So I'm attempting on improving my anatomy and perspective. I'm not one for recruiting friends, setting up scenes in a basement, or contorting myself in front of a mirror so I'm looking for a digital alternative to the classic wood mannequin. I've found something called DesignDoll by Terawell and I was wondering if anyone here has heard of it and/or had experience with it. I know it's free to download and try but I'm not currently at my home computer. Is it a good software, not too difficult to maneuver or learn? Will it scratch that itch from full body posing, setting up scenes, and aiding with perspective and foreshortening? I hope to find something to help with this until it becomes second nature enough to freehand.
If you don't know anything about DesignDoll or possibly even recommend against it, please suggest some other solutions if possible.
And lastly, as a bonus:
An illustration is more than the subject but also the background! What would be your go to resource on practicing and studying the drawing of scenery and landscape?
Thank you to everyone that provides any help that they may offer!