Better On A Computer.
By Teku the Fox
I bought this app on my iPad first, because I needed an art pose app that not only lets me form the figures however I want, but also one that has a morph feature. Since I’m creating character concepts, and seeing as not all of my characters have the same physique, this was the only app I saw that has a decent morphing tool. Well, I got it on the iPad, and to be honest, it was kinda complicated. I couldn’t move the parts as well as I wanted to, and the controls were a bit weird. I eventually uninstalled it, and moved to something else. Well, a few weeks ago, I found this app on Steam. I went ahead and bought it to see if there were any differences, and here’s what I have to say. This app is way better to use on a computer than a tablet. I felt like I had more control over the figures, I could move each part better, and making poses was a sinch. Here’s one thing I’d suggest. I’d add the ability to move each finger on the hand. I think it’d make moving the hand a bit more natural, since the fingers don’t stay in one place all the time while the hand moves. All in all, this is a really good app, but I strongly recommend using this app on a computer. It’s much, much better. Trust me.
This is the best model reference for artists
I've been doing illustration for more than 20 years and decided to launch my own science fiction comicbook called Alienox with just one challenge: using only the iPad, I wanted to work on my comic just with the iPad and Apple Pencil and with your app this dream has come true! Seeing my comic available in iBooks or Amazon, and knowing that was possible because of your app is something that I will never know how to thank you! Keep the good work!
Wrist Issue Fixed! No, It’s Not
By dog opus
I was so excited about this update when I saw the claim that the incredibly frustrating wrist issue had been resolved. It hasn’t. It’s still there.
Thanks for continuing to show your disdain for those of us who paid more for the pro version (I previously bought the regular male and female versions) hoping for pro features. Joke’s on us, I guess.
Performs incredibly worst compared to the other apps
By Sean slacker
Even when using one model, the app runs at an abysmal 5 fps. The separate apps run nearly at 30 fps. The posing is also much more tedious.
I would suggest... IMO
Things it needs:
Move tools: like the bottom circle of the model in “pose mode!” By selecting the wrist or foot of the desired limb, one could control said limb almost entirely! Also for the hip as well! If one moves or rotates the hip, then the feet (and perhaps hands) shouldn’t move. This feature could be turned on and off as desired!
Rotate tools: I tried the app “Easy Poser” and its rotate tools seem like something an iPod or iPad app should utilize! Simply dragging on the device for me seems a bit cumbersome and it would take a good minute to get my desired pose!
These are my suggestions! Ever fiddled with “Poser” or any other 3D animation/posing software? That’s what I’m getting at!
Charged me 13$ when it says 5.99$ ??
By About rosewood
Why was I charged extra?
Freezes with iOS 11.4.1
Great app, before I updated my iPad Pro to iOS 11.4.1
Now, it’s useless. It freezes, about 2% functionality
I have the 2 previous versions and I like them a lot, but this one crashes constantly, can't even get to change body types. Please check into this guys.
Great app for figure reference.
By Charlie Fithian Media
I am a professional artist and I use this app a lot. It would be great if the next update had some props in the hands like a cylinder, a sphere, a pencil, a fork, and a gun. New hair styles, eyebrows and skin color would be nice. Also if there were a way to export a pose with a transparent background as like a PNG would be awesome.
By Yeah - I said it!
I expected to be able to shrink the models. Tried to have woman and child. Art Pose Pro did not work for that. We should be able to change model's height.
We need a genderless child model, like toddler or at least less than 8 years old.
Needs four or more models on screen for a family.
Needs free simple props. Would pay for a posable dog/horse.
Needs to export transparant PNG to iCloud or other apps.
I like the rest.
As for that app mentioned in another review; "Make a Pose" is much harder to use, but allows 6 models at a time, includes a horse and extras like ball, sword, and add-on wings.