One of the things I find frustrating as an artist is trying to draw my right hand. I can't just drop my pencil, pose my hand, memorize how it looked, draw it, drop the pencil again, ETC. ETC. ETC! It's SO annoying! So I dragged my sister downstairs and told her that she was going to be a hand modal, as I forced her to hold her hand in the air for an extended period of time (which, I'll have you know, wasn't that long, though I'm sure she'll tell you it took forever). Some of the fingertips got a bit cut off while I was collaging them together, but I'm seriously lacking in the computer skills. Anything beyond selecting a few pictures in Picasa and clicking "collage", and I'm lost for hours.
UPDATE - Thank you so much to everyone who has posted such nice compliments! I posted this because it was what I, as an artist, wanted, and apparently so do you! I have limited time (as seen by my severe lack of updates) but if there is something simple that would be helpful, let me know! I'll see what I can do....
hey, I am currently working on fanart of a show I like and I just cant get the hands right, they are in like a finger gun position and I have tried to use my own hand as reference but the back of my hand and front cant face me 24/7 I would appreciate it if you could help me out somehow.
First of all, thank you so much for your lovely stock images <3 They are really beautiful and have helped me greatly with hand drawing and observation! I used this to help me out with a school project. Hope you don't mind! I credited you on the description and I used the the second from left to right on the very last row c: I only rotated it and flipped it on my computer to use it in my drawing. Here it is in case you want to check it out c: Keep up your wonderful artworks! They are very stunning fav.me/d9x7lpg