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(Right) Hand Study by Ametystical (Right) Hand Study by Ametystical
Since the hand muscles are few and simpler I didn't colored this one. I just painted the muscles with my HB pencil and let tendons and tissues uncolored.

Some observations: the tendons of each finger is usually evident in the back of the hand even under the skin - some people confuse them with nerves but they're actually tendons; as you may know already, the finger joints are also very evident (don't forget the thumb joints that appear on the side of the hand as you can see in the 2 drawing).




Torso study

Arm study

Leg study

Foot study

Head and neck study




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StaxMaye Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Huzzah I've been looking for something like this! :DI hate drawing hands -_-
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Ametystical Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist

And don't we all? :D But sadly it's a necessary evil


I'm glad you find it helpful :)

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StaxMaye Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Indeed dam you hands (even though without you I'd struggle to draw) dam you!!!!And oh yes very helpful thanks :D
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sepia-rose Featured By Owner May 20, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Another very nice reference. :) It's really cool how the piece is entirely in sepia tones; it reminds me of an old medical book. :D
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Ametystical Featured By Owner May 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
It does indeed. I personally love the old aspect, I wanted to do all the other references like this but then I thought they'd be more useful colored. But probably I'll do the feet and the head this way. ^^
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sepia-rose Featured By Owner May 21, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I agree; the other ones are more detailed and intricate, so coloring the individual muscles was a nice choice. It will be cool to see the feet and head references done this way, though. :)
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