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How to Draw Hands: 35 Tutorials, How-To’s, Step-by-Steps, Videos, Studies, Poses and Photo References 85 Comments | October 19, 2009 I’ve found drawing hands one of the most challenging aspects of drawing the human figure. You can get away with quite a bit when rendering the human figure, but get the hand wrong and it sticks out like a sore thumb. Once you start learning about the hand in greater depth, you’ll find it is truly amazing just how complex the hand is even though we see it everyday. Perhaps the following tutorials can help you and I draw better hands. Enjoy.

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I wish this app was my work - I'm but a lowly student of drawing facial expressions. As to "not being behind" people with disabilities, I'm not sure how to read that :). by pearlt Jul 15

interactive flash app that shows the underlying muscles and skeletal structures of the human face and how they are used to make expressions by pearlt May 17

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