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Excellent
This is literally the first review I've bothered to write man, I found this extremely useful especially being able to create the light source location and brightness. The only thing I could think of that would be of any more use was if you could somehow manipulate the wrist and fingers/thumb yourself to make infinitely different gestures. In close, I wouldn't have minded paying more haha.
DaleDoom on Dec 31, 2011 for Handy Art Reference Tool
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No more hand puns please
The model is quality with 24 different poses. You can rotate it by any angle and zoom past life size. The lighting can be rotated around the model and each light can be switched on/off independently. I can't wait for more body parts.
Kenneth Cross on Dec 11, 2011 for Handy Art Reference Tool
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Very Handy Indeed!
A fantastic reference for drawing hands in several dynamic poses, very useful for artists!
Lynntendo on Nov 11, 2011 for Handy Art Reference Tool
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Super Handy app
Really simple. Really easy to use. Lighting and positioning were both easy to set up. Looking forward to more poses (and hopefully posable hands) and deeper features like coloring lights. Different hand models will be awesome too, but the base is solid and I'm sure it will only get better. And the price makes it a no-brainer.
xyzboy on Nov 10, 2011 for Handy Art Reference Tool
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Indeed it is
Super useful application, great range of poses and lighting options. Hope to see more body parts to go with it soon.
hh-harley on Dec 9, 2011 for Handy Art Reference Tool
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Great
Beats drawing your own hand in a mirror. Hands down. Must have app for every comic book artist and others who regularly draw hands.
Nuwaka on Nov 11, 2011 for Handy Art Reference Tool
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