by Robertr0803, November 3rd 2020 © 2020 Robertr0803

Just picked up the pencil again want to practice digital art consider me an absolute beginner.

Really difficult to draw models that i see so I am trying to break them down into shapes because it overloads my brain.

Hands are a lot easier for me than feet. I tried to break these down into shapes because I was struggling real hard but then again I am barely starting.

My current goal is: I don't know! I am an absolute beginner; I'm here to study the basics of rendering

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That's the drawing that lands, robertr0803. That's a good start. Yet I've got one small suggestion: I see some stiffness, or rigidity, in the drawing of some hands. Why don't you please loosen yourself up with 5 minutes of 30 second hands and feet? The reason why is because, they will become more forceful, more fluid and lively.

Hope it's been completely and totally constructive.


Thank you very much for your comment, it was very constructive! My new goal is to get rid of that.

Many thanks friend :D

Tx Williep

Good start. You are correct the fingers are in 3 parts. The bend at each joint. The thumb has 2 parts visible. Go to the Line-of-Action hands & feet section. Work your way through that section. I recommend you investigate the following book:

"Morpho: Anatomy for Artists" by Michel Lauricella. He has a lot of other books that may interest you.

Remember: Practice makes better. Therefore, get practicing.


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