Digital posing tools for iPhone and Android
Have you heard of two iPhone apps called “Pose Tool” and “Handy” ?
Pose Tool lets you pose a male or female figure, light it, see muscle groups, change body types, and position your camera. It’s good on the fly app for anyone who wants to pose their reference or change perspective.
Handy is a library of high quality hands and has faces, male and female. This is great for complicated hand positions and also has a pretty robust lighting system. I just thought I’d let you all know.
misterate asked: How do you approach drawing twists in the human figure? I can wrap my head around twisting cubes and things like that, but when I try it on a torso it never looks right to me!