Hand Assignment Part I Example 5
Hand Assignment Part I Example 5
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Anatomy of the Human Body

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Hand Assignment Part I Example 5

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younchen
2022/11/17 followed stan's tutorial step by step
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younchen
2022/11/16 my attamption..
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JASON WILLIAMS
I tried to emphasize the pressure between the finger and thumb. Looking at the reference I think I missed a bit on the shadows of the wrist. Could have designed that much better.
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Sita Rabeling
This afternoon’s work, charcoal pencil on news print. The hand is about 23/18 cm. It’s easy to get lost in the details. There are far too many I think and the palm might be too long. Have a nice Sunday.
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Marco Sordi
2021/11/17. Hi everybody. Here's my second attempt for this assignment. thanks.
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Marco Sordi
2021/11/3. Good morning everyone. Since the previous assignment took 2 hours I decided to use for this one a simpler approach. My intention was to finish in 20 min. more or less. After established the gesture and the general proportion a drew the core shadows. Then I added a very simple shadows just to see if and how they could effect the tridimensional forms. Thanks for any suggestions or advices.
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leeschlosser
I don’t know what the goal of this particular assignment is. If it was to get the shapes and form correct in regards to your reference then you did a good job. If I could see the reference I could judge better. I’m not super intimate with hand anatomy but the middle finger in your assignment seems off. It might be that the fleshy bit on the bottom segment needs to come down more. Also something about the wrist seems off, maybe too narrow in comparison with the size of the hand. if the goal was to have realistic shading then the first thing that sticks out is the hard edges to your shadows. There’s no variation in the values other than light and medium dark. If however you were using the edges of the shadows to better understand the 3D structure as a study then you did fine. I’m not an expert but I hope this helps. Keep up the good momentum.
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Paul Z
Just a common trend I see with your shading. I don't know if its just a stylistic choice but the human body is composed of mostly round organic forms. The core shadows your employ are often quite harsh and read as hard edges. Other than that I can't draw hands much better than you can so keep up the grind:)
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