Yesterday, I did an artist of the week on Burne Hogarth and mentioned that I only had one book left by him, which was Dynamic Hands. It made me realize that I should dig around for a good lesson on drawing hands.
I know for certain that I can't teach anyone to draw hands because mine really aren't that great already. So, I found one that I thought was awesome for a multitude of reasons.
Reasons for liking this: First of all it shows digital work, which I really love drawing in that medium. And it gets into more traditional drawing witch pencil on paper. So, it covers a diverse range for people who could use the study in multiple ways. Also, it shows weapons, and as I mentioned earlier this week in the art history article about cavedudes and their weaponry, I love weapons in art. Also, they got a thumbs up hand in it and I have an affinity for "Thumbs Up" stuff because it motivates you!
Just look at this statue I have in my room:
His name is Herman and he keeps me busy. That chalk board is my To Do List. And as you can see it is loaded with things to do. Invisible Ink mates.
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