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Very handy
Freaking love it. So many key poses that I find myself needing to draw from various perspectives.
butcherBaker on Nov 7, 2012 for Handy Art Reference Tool
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Love it.
This is a great tool!
MD3DInc on Aug 20, 2012 for Handy Art Reference Tool
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Great on iPhone, amazing on iPad!
This is a must have for any artist, and the iPad version lets you see the hand all big! Critics say "well I could just look at my own hand" --- but this app let's you rotate the hand into positions that would be impossible to reference your own. It's a lifesaver when you need the reference.
Brad Heatmeter on Jul 19, 2012 for Handy Art Reference Tool
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Useful?? I don't think so
I particularly found this app useless, no good graphics or design, just hands. Thumbs down on this
Hernan Aguilera on Jul 7, 2012 for Handy Art Reference Tool
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Cannot Sync after installing this app.
I actually rally like this app but after I installed it. I received this error message when I try to sync: "...iphone cannot be synced. The disk could not be read from or written to." It took me a few hours to figure this is what caused the problem. I almost did a restore on it. I hope they fix this problem.
ckinyc on Jul 1, 2012 for Handy Art Reference Tool
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Excellent reference for artists
I did not even know of this app when AppShopper flagged it as free for the day, but after downloading it and playing around with the functions, must say this is really, really well done. A variety of pre-posed 3D model hands are offered, with the ability to zoom in and out, rotate them and even adjust the lighting! The hands are rendered really well, complete with pores and veins, skin blotches etc, so unless you examine fingers really close, it's easy to forget that these are digital hands and fingers. Hands take a while to master, and this is definitely an excellent reference for any artist. Great job developers!
rrt118 on Jun 30, 2012 for Handy Art Reference Tool
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