I have seen these types of illustrations in manuals; but now I try to find a representative example, I can't - best I can find is this, from a service that (probably manually) generates vector images for user manuals from photos ( https://vector-conversions.com/vector-drawings-for-manuals-and-technical-diagrams.html ):
So, I was wondering, is there a name for this kind of "dry" 2D (out)line-art of 3D human poses (like the hand above), primarily intended for use in user manuals?
(I'd almost be tempted to call it ligne claire - but, while similar, that already refers to something distinctly different)
Also, are there softwares that offer a few predefined poses (sitting at desk, standing) of human mannequins in 3D, and allow for adjustments of the poses - and can generate and export this kind of 2D line art (e.g. where the mannequins head is just sort of an ellipse)?