Anatomy of the Human Body
How to Draw HANDS – Details for Realistic Hands!
Your homework for this lesson is to find your assignment from the hand bones lesson. With the bone drawings, you already figured out the positioning, proportions, and skeletal forms. Now, you'll draw on top, using a piece of tracing paper traditionally or in a new layer digitally, and turn your drawings into fully-fleshed hands. You'll have to add all the muscles you learned in part 1, and all the surface details you learned in this lesson. This exercise will help you connect your understanding of the skeleton with the surface details. You're inventing this stuff from your imagination, but don't be afraid to look at your own hand, or photos as inspiration.