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Drawing Cartoon Hands

When drawing or painting any object, it helps to figure out the big shapes first before defining the details. That’s especially important in drawing hands. Disney animator Preston Blair wrote one of the classic books on animation drawing. He advised conceiving the hand as a mitten first before drawing the fingers. The little finger can be unevenly placed for variety. ------ There are lots
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