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This is a clip from the anatomy critiques of the hand bones! All the critiques are available in the premium course at http://www.proko.com/anatomy.
In this video I’m going to focus on perspective when drawing the forms of the hand bones. I’ll show you how simplifying the phalanges into boxes gives us an easier way to construct the hands. Let’s get started!
Lessons on Drawing Hands
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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Course Description: This free drawing critique is a sample of the Anatomy for Artists course offered on Proko.com. The premium section has more demonstrations and extended lessons on the forms of the human body. It also has ebooks for each lesson that you can print out for review and has 3d models of bones and muscles that you can spin around, study, and draw from any angle. The premium section for this critique offers additional feedback and more student work. Get the course at http://proko.com/anatomy
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Artist | Instructor | Producer - Stan Prokopenko (http://www.stanprokopenko.com)
Production Assistance - Sean Ramsey (http://www.peoplewhodrawstuff.com), James O’Shea (jfoshea.blogspot.com), Maggie Ivy
Editing - Dzmitry Tsydzik (http://white-agency.com), Sean Ramsey, Stan Prokopenko
Students - Yingbo Zhu, Felix Gephart
Music Used with Permission
Intro - The Freak Fandango Orchestra
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The simplifying in first picture looks exactly like pictures from "Human's anatomy atlas for artists" of Kuznetsov (Smith). This is not one of pictures in book, but it's drawn the way it is shown in the book. The purpose of the book is to teach people anatomy. That is to say, it is useful to learn from many sources: anatomy atlas and random artist from Youtube work together to improve drawing skills of people. Sounds amazing!
That's awesome. i bought the intuos pro, which i find very difficult because my hand and where my eyes look at is completely different. I'm having so many problems. I guess if i master it, it will be very easy to get the built-in screen tablet.
Can you make a tutorial on how to draw people in live action?
For example I'm sitting in a cafe and want to draw a construction worker working outside or similar cases.
My problem is that they're moving and not holding still. How do I capture that?
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