Just a couple of doodle pages I’ve been messing with when I’ve been out of the house. I never leave home without the Note 10.1 now, it’s part of my messenger bag contents for the long haul, or until they bring out a better version.
As usual, these were done in Autodesk Sketchbook Pro for Android (tablet version).
I downloaded a couple of rather spiffy apps recently. One was PoseBook, which has a decent amount of poses and facial expression reference for use on a tablet. The other is PoseTool, which is a 3d app that allows you to manipulate a 3D model (male and female) into any pose you want. Due to the lack of collision, you can also do some pretty anatomically impossible ones as well.
The thing that really sells me on PoseTool is the ability to turn on the musculature texture and add lighting direction. For someone whose anatomy knowledge is a bit grim eg: me, it’s a great feature to have.
PoseTool is £2.47 on Google Play
PoseBook is £6.29 on the Amazon App Store. For some reason I couldn’t find it on Google Play.
I also have some recommendations to make about facial expression books, both dead tree and eBook versions, which I’ll cover in another post.
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