Face Model App Reviews

By Tomi Nevalainen

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Face Model app review

Face Model App Info

  • 7 Ratings
  • Price: $3.99
  • Category: Graphics & Design
  • Updated: Jul 2 2020
  • Version: 1.2
  • Size: 183.66 MB
  • Seller: Tomi Nevalainen
  • © Tomi Nevalainen

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Customer Reviews of the Face Model App

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OhGeeDesign's Review of Face Model

Reviewed on 7/2/20 2:21 PM

I am an artist looking for a basic expression generator. This program lacks any modern standard for detail or creativity. Waste of $5.

Best tool like this on the App Store. Face/body/hands

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Barry-w's Review of Face Model

Reviewed on 7/2/20 2:21 PM

I have been searching for these tools on the App Store for awhile. Use to generate poses to draw from. Poser type application for your iPad/iPhone. Love em

Definitely worth buying

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Jareditor's Review of Face Model

Reviewed on 7/2/20 2:21 PM

Very helpful, relatively accurate, and loads of fun. Not as realistic as I’d like, but I’m guessing there will be refinements. I’d like to be able to adjust the distance between the eyes, which generally seem too far apart.

Currently a Disappointment

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WillaWall's Review of Face Model

Reviewed on 7/2/20 2:21 PM

The classical artist be disappointed but this is the only app in this category. Canonical (see Parramon) conventions difficult to achieve (forehead too low, etc. ) Setting distance from nose tip to top lip, chin to bottom lip, ear on side of head is difficult. Does not open on iPad 2018 after initial uses. Needed to restart computer. Chin, ear variability is weak, especially for female. Have used Skelly with success but this Ap needs work. If the designer could show how s(he) can match faces on real paintings this would be a great Ap, but it just is not there.