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How to draw a hand!

Drawing a hand isn't easy. In this tutorial I will show you how to draw a well proportioned hand starting with a skeletal system, then filling in various parts of the hand.

Tutorial category: drawing  
Tutorial type:
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Submitted by:
zlatka
Tools used: fill,pencil and lines
This tutorial is based on:
Hand by zlatka

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Step 1

Ok...the start....make the fingers like lines...and put on the tip of the bones of the fingers...some lines which will show how long are the fingers.watch out how you make this.also make some lines that are visible later on the painting.

 

Step 2

Next you have to measure every part of the 4 fingers...because then you would make a mess...where there will be plenty of space at some parts...and on some parts...it will look that there are no spaces between.In the middle it has to have that much space.Fingers are the toughest thing you have to deal with here.

 

 

Step 3

Then after you finished that part.Clear the bones in the back...and leave the thing which should be the skin.Of course...I messed up the fingers a bit...sorry.
Delete everything that looks unnatural.That isn't seen on the hand.

 

Step 4

Make the first lighter layer for the skin...then...draw on the hand a darker layer.leave at some parts light.Mark the places that are seen good on the hand...the dark color will show as it is that part.After that...smooth the colors a bit.

 

Step 5

As you can see here...this is how it should look like in the end.Of course...you have to darken up what you think should be the best way.Thanks for viewing this...:)
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