In this video I demonstrate how to draw a hand in a fist. This is an example for the lesson on Hand Muscles - make sure to watch that one: https://youtu.be/7xsqbwu_nMI
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In my previous lessons I taught you about the bones and muscles of the hand and how to draw them. We covered the 3 muscle groups: thenar eminence, hypothenar eminence and the first dorsal interosseous. In this demo I’ll show you how to use those lessons to draw a closed fist.
Below is a list of all the lessons from my Hand Drawing series. Not everything is posted yet so please be patient. I’ll update this as new content is added :)
How to Draw Hand Bones: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJjMiXlq9ns&list=PLtG4P3lq8RHExM4hzeEW2TRZTB88wKKYf
Part 1 - Muscle Anatomy of the Hand
Part 2 - Details for Realistic Hands!
Part 3 - Drawing Hands from Imagination
Demos - Tips on Shading and Drawing Hands
Demos - How to Draw a Fist
Demos - How to Draw Cartoon Hands
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Artist | Instructor | Producer - Stan Prokopenko (http://www.stanprokopenko.com)
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Proko, great educational piece. I've found your drawing measuring techniques video have helped me no end, but the pinky/ringer should be descending from left to right no? You've got them ascending...(Not trolling, just conversating).
+BvousBrainSystems that's because you've never held the pencil that way before. It takes practice. The advantage is you can use the side of the pencil and get a larger range of line weight. I have a video on it - https://youtu.be/pMC0Cx3Uk84
I cannot tell if I am just seeing it wrong, or if the photo shows the pinkie having two bumps at the knuckle, in which case, you drew the top bump to be connected to the finger next to it. You left more of the middle finger visible when the thumb actually covers most of it.
Also, in the photo the middle section of the pinkie is angled down you drew it more upward.
I don't mean to sound like a prick, I just thought it interesting.
It was beaten in to me to be so precise with what I am drawing and I am wondering if being taking a long time to be accurate is more important than drawing it in a way that looks really good and mostly accurate, since there are times when I have measured every single line and angle as precisely as possible, but the drawing looks off and I have no idea why it looks wrong. Everything to the best of my knowledge, is where it should be, but it just doesn't look as natural as the photo. I wonder if it is a personal lack of skill or just a "I've been looking at this image and drawing for hours now and I cannot tell what is what anymore." Maybe both.
I am typically good at outlines depending on the subject, shading is decent, but colouring in with any medium is abysmal XD
I understand the importance of laying down the most basic and blockish shapes, but I find them so restricting and maybe I just lack the skill to properly estimate the proportions.
Anyway, love your style, I hope to be as skilled as you some day.
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