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Old 09-14-2019, 09:48 AM
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combining digital with classic canvas

hi,

I'm into the oil painting and I investigate ways how to have the best workflow which combines digital and canvas work.

I always prepare my scene in Photoshop which enables me to experiment with different set ups very effectively. I can try different coloring, composition, etc.

What I would like to integrate more is the posing of characters. To have a tool which enable me to experiment with different poses and see how it looks in the scene.

So far I tried Fuse (100% garbage), Poser Pro (too complex for me), MakingHuman (seems to be discontinued), Magic Poser (nice but lack of assets).

I would appreciated any ideas.

My portfolio (viewers discretion advised): www.nomeansmore.com

Thanks!
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Old 09-20-2019, 05:10 AM
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Re: combining digital with classic canvas

I've never used any of these, but it is fascinating, so I'm following. I have a friend who teaches figure drawing, and I'm thinking it would be wonderful as a teaching tool.
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