How To Draw a Realistic Hand Step by Step

It is possible to refer to the basic step-by step drawing guide that follows

How To Draw A Snake Head Step by Step

How To Draw a Realistic Hand Step by Step

Step 1

You can draw this shape using your #2 pencil however, draw the shape lightly. You should leave plenty of some space for your fingers, thumbs, and wrists.

Step 2
Notice how the red lines of fingers emanate from the oblong-shaped position on to the palm’s back. The ones who don’t straighten the straight line. Note how the ends of your lines align with the curve at the top that runs along the rear. Remember this when you draw.

Step 3
Add small circles to the lines. The benefit of these circle is they increase the volume of the fingers as well as the location of the hinge and the knuckles that bend when fingers are bent… Remember not to sketch them with a curving manner (not directly). Begin by drawing the upper portion of your thumb.

Step 4
Congratulations! You’re making great progress! Simply draw on the fingers and at the lower part of your thumb.

Step 5
It is important to extend the opposite hand of part of the hand. Make sure to draw your hand on your wrist (both the red and blue parts ) with an uncovered bony bulge).

Step 6
If you’re looking to put nails on your hand, you can create creases around the knuckles and tendons that run down the palm’s back.

Step 7
Great! Relax and breathe a sigh of relief, knowing that you’ve made your outline, or drawing of your actual hand. The hand you draw could look similar to this. If you’re interested, go on the journey with me to learn a lot of “How to Draw Hands” techniques. Step 15 begins with drawing this hand, and Step 17 is the final step to complete this hand. But, there are a lot of tips that will amaze you. Let’s get moving.

Step 8
OK… It’s okay. I do not mean to be difficult however there were instances as a child that I became confused by my fingers’ names. For those who are familiar and for those who struggle to understand it’s easy for you to reach your fingers.

Step 9
What’s with all this information? What’s it worth? If you’ve got an understanding of the basics of the things that the hand is made up of it is more comfortable drawing it. It is not necessary to be able to remember these things from memory. It’s good to know they’re available. Hi! Are you able to identify Carpals! Carpal Tunnel, anyone? It’s a ailment which affects the wrist caused by repetitive work such as data entry, typing (me! ) as well as other similar jobs. Sorry for the off the topic. Keep going with what’s next!

Step 10
We can see how the bones work together when we use our hands. It’s similar to taking an X-ray!

Step 11
The hand is composed of tendons and bones. But, the fingers and thumbs are mobile and flexible due to the control of muscles that are important to. This is a brief look at what they look like, as well as their names.

Step 12
We also get a good glimpse at how muscles are interacted with by the hand.

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