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English isn't my native language, sorry about misspellings. I hope you enjoy!


Update 03/15/2014: I thinking about doing a 2.0 version of this tutorial. It'll be A LOT better. Not sure, though. If you see this update, comment if you'd like me to do it. It may inspires me.
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Pagod7 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014
Do  you have plans on extending this tutorial to talk about the foreshortening of hands? 

Like when the hands are coming at the viewer or away from the viewer, like this?

Hand Pose-Foreshortening/Perspective 2 by Melyssah6-Stock
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Miss-Kia Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014  Student General Artist
probably. 
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puniceusvega Featured By Owner May 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks very useful!
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MrRentaro Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Good work, my only criticism is that hands generally are not flat at the base of the fingers... they are more at an arch where the "middle finger" is the highest, and the others slope down around it. A better shape might be a pentagon with the middle finger at the top point. As I said, good work otherwise, nicely done.
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Miss-Kia Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012  Student General Artist
Thanks! All tutorial use pentagon as base but I never did like this.
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Alice-Strangeway Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Great tutorial! It's so professional, fantastically drawn, like something you'd see in a manga book or drawing guide or something. Have you ever tried making one of those? I bet you'd be good at it. :) It's really useful, too. I always have trouble drawing hands. I usually just wimp out and put them behind the head/in the pockets/ Sometimes I just give them lumps for hands and pretend it's deliberate...:/ Anyway, I like how you show the fat hands and the skinny hands, as well as all the different positions and proportions. That's really useful (or should I say "handy"? Crap joke, sorry). Only nitpick, "beginning" has one G and two N's. I'm a grammar Nazi, sorry. It drives my friends nuts.
Anyway, I hope that's enough of a critique for you, and makes up for all the amazing comments you left on my stuff! Thanks for that. :D Looking forward to the feet tutorial now. Good luck with it!

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Miss-Kia Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2012  Student General Artist
Thanks a lot! *-* I hope other people enjoy the tutorial as much you did. Actually I don't need all that base lines to draw but I remember how terrible was to learn how to do it! I tried to do a simple and useful tutorial! XD

Thanks again! XP
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