Hands again

Charcoal drawing – as you can tell, the hand on the left took a lot more effort than that on the right… it makes for a bit of an unbalanced result but I decided not to mind.Photo2708Photo2709Photo2710

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3 thoughts on “Hands again

    1. Practice is essential – but with hands knowing the bony anatomy is particularly helpful too – the relative lengths of finger bones etc – to avoid the bunch of bananas/sausages look 🙂

      1. I’m studying anatomy now, but I’m still working on clavicles, scapulas, and the humerus bones…and all the muscles in the arms. Yes, you’re right. Knowing that bone structure is extremely helpful.

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