How to Draw and Shade Hands with Graphite Pencils

A person’s hands speak a lot about their age, personality and even their lifestyle. When it comes to judging a person through their body language, hands can give you some good indications. If you like playing with colored pencils, you can also draw hands to convey a number of things.

But how do you actually draw and shade hands?

Well, Emmy can prove to be a great mentor to learn that and a lot more. Before she embarks on her drawing, she know exactly what she wants. In the video tutorial given below, she uses graphite pencils to draw and shade hands beautifully. If you watch her closely as she draws, you can learn some good skills and be able to draw the hands of a kid or an adult.

So, watch the video without wasting any minute!

[Materials Used: Bristol smooth surface paper, Faber Castell graphite pencils 2h-8b,CretaColor nero black, Faber Castell pencil eraser, Kneaded eraser, White uni posca 0.7mm, Blending stump and soft tissue]

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