Study: Hand #3 Friday April 13, 2007, 6 comments

 

Hand #3

Even more practice. I am particularly fond of this one, it has life and vitality that is sometimes hard for me to capture in a line drawing.


Comments

sarah Friday April 13, 2007


This one I like the best! Even with the spooky thumbnail.

Adrian Friday April 13, 2007


Negative space that wouldn’t be there on a “normal” hand.

I don’t think its spooky, but it’s definintely eye-catching.

Mike Friday April 13, 2007


I like the ‘how does this stupid web shooter work’ vibe.

Adrian Friday April 13, 2007


Yeah, I had a total Spiderman moment when I drew it too.

Jorge Friday April 13, 2007


Totally Spidey. Nice positioning.

Ican also picture a poisoned apple in the palm if you drew a more wrinkly hand.

Adrian Friday April 13, 2007


:)

Poisoned apple… there’s something to think about.

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