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Old 07 July 2005   #1
Arrow Hands - Post Your Hand Studies - 2D / 3D TRADITIONAL AND DIGITAL

Guys,

This thread is dedicated to the study of HANDS in 2D / 3D TRADITIONAL AND DIGITAL MEDIA.

Please post your best HAND STUDIES here!

Please post:

1. Your BEST WORK!
2. Medium used
3. Time spent to complete
4. A bit about your process

Thanks in advance for your posts!

~Rebeccak
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Old 07 July 2005   #2
Some studies of my own hand:



Pencil, I guess each took about 10 minutes?
 
Old 07 July 2005   #3
YeeWu,
Those are looking really good ^_^ I like the stylized shading. Do you veer more toward comic book styles or realism in most of your art?

Seraph
 
Old 07 July 2005   #4
theseraphimabove: Thanks! My figurative work has always tended to veer towards comics/cartoons. I'm still working on the realism
 
Old 07 July 2005   #5
YeeWu, I like the style a lot. I´ve spotted a mistake, the upper hand, check the ringfinger, it looks broken

also my own hands, the first one is done with pencil, 20mins I think dont know it exactly cause its an old one


ballpen, 15minutes I would say
 
Old 07 July 2005   #6
Heey! Here's mine



ref was my hand... this one is an old one.. the nails are extramely cracked... sorry for it, this picture was a part of a concept.
 
Old 07 July 2005   #7
brute...check out loomis's rule of curves for hands...

HAND RULE
 
Old 07 July 2005   #8
Well, i checked the link, its very usefull, but i couldnt find the problem with my hand... maybe the thumb is a bit short?

Can you comment plz?
 
Old 07 July 2005   #9
well u hand doesn't follow the curve that well.

Where ur fingers start,u have more or less a straight line instead of a curve,so it looks as if when ur fingers are streched out,they will all be the same size.

i can't really crit as i don't know what ur actual hand looks like,and everything i say could be completly wrong.
 
Old 07 July 2005   #10
Oww! I see what yo talking about !

U are right! Thanx for the qrit this is REALLY helpfull! I completly forgot this....
 
Old 07 July 2005   #11
Not exactly a study, just an experiment with pen and water in Painter Classic. 45 mins.



I know there's something wrong but i can't spot it. Critiques anyone?
 
Old 07 July 2005   #12
Smile

these are past studies, the first image is a compilation, and the last two were done without any real reference. Not sure how much time i spent on the first two, but the last one i did today, i'd say, 5 minutes or so...not completely sure. done in pencil







hope this is cool. I freaking love this sub-forum!
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Old 07 July 2005   #13
wow Solar... those look freakin awesome ^_^ maybe add in some lighting to create the illusion of mass... but even without it, they look 3D. very nice

Seraph
 
Old 07 July 2005   #14
:)

This is my hand.

It took me about 20 min.

Hate the way I draw... In the process I allways lose the 3d look. It turn out as a slopy 2d picture..




I love Labers 2nd drawing with the pen. That is ,,my cind of way" to make skeches....
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Old 07 July 2005   #15
Laber: Thanks for the comment! My fingers are actually pretty double-jointed, so they can do weird things. I meant to exaggerate that, but perhaps I may have taken that a bit too far, as you pointed out. You have some nice hand drawings Your top drawing, the fist, looks like it has an extra joint in it.

Maxell: I think your drawing is pretty solid, but you're losing some form when you have the the outer part of the hand concaving instead of convexing. Also, the bony part of the wrist should appear further back, more to the left, as it begins before the thumb area does.
 
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