A couple quick renditions of my left hand.
Playing with a 3 tone (white, black, and grey) process and style. Seems like it'll work better and faster than black, white, and hatching. If I can figure it out.
Hi great sketches, I see that You have similar problam as me
you should work on confidence and flow of your lines and thinking and sketching mor in 3D
Godspeed on your road to perfection
in need of help please comment and constructive CRITIQUEmy sketchbookYarosh on DASORRY FOR MY BAD ENGLISH
I definitely need to work on line quality - do you have any exercises to help with working on that?
More random sketches
Random sketches again. And quicker than I would have liked, but I have to sleep.
More random sketches. Possible ideas for the latest POW, though I don't think I'll have time to finish this one either.
looks like I didn't hit the submit button yesterday...
Trying to slow down and observe. And to work on drawing from the shoulder. Slow going, but different enough to be interesting. Thanks for the suggestion!
Random sketches. Very different, drawing from the shoulder. Still tough too.
Quick sketches. Still working on drawing from the shoulder and line quality.
Another quick hand study.
Another hand study.
And more hands.
Head from imagination and another hand
hey good studies ! the hands coming along nicely keep it up
Still need to do more of them... Which is good. Hands are the thing I draw when I haven't thought of anything else to draw.
More hand studies:
Your line quality is improving for sure! If you're working on hands, maybe try a hand-skeleton study, then a muscle study.
Oh, and here's a quick image for the types of joints in the hands:
Might help to keep in in mind what types of rotations each digit can do.
I think I need to work more on seeing and drawing accurate proportions (in general) but working on the anatomy of the hand can't hurt. Thanks for the image!
And more hands:
I've noticed that in the last few pages of your sketchbook everything is focused on being quick, quick this and quick that. mix in a few high detail hand studies as well in order to absorb a little more information on your subject.
oops, i just read a similar comment in a post above well there you go
I've been short on time recently. This may be changing soon. We'll see. I definitely need to do some longer studies and more finished images so thank you for the heads up.
For now though... more quick hands studies.
But it hasn't changed yet. More quick hand studies.
Another hand study and an imagined figure embellishing it.
Sketches from the weekend and today - pencil on paper. From life.
Thumbnails for a possible image.
More quick hand studies. One of these days I'll be able to make time for longer drawings...
Another quick hand.
Another hand and a thumbnail.
Ideas for one of the characters in a planned illustration.
Further ideas for said illustration.
More working out ideas and more complete thumbnails.