When we make a portrait, it is tempting to concentrate on the subject's face, perhaps to the exclusion of all else. As a result, artists can miss opportunities to show how expressive hands and feet can be—if they are drawn accurately. Acknowledging the challenge and the charm of the process, Eddie Armer presents a comprehensive course that begins with thoughts on drawing materials, proportion, perspective, and lighting, then delves into how to realistically portray hands and feet at rest, in motion, and performing intricate tasks in a variety of different poses.
Drawing Hands & Feet: A Practical Guide to Portraying Hands and Feet in Pencil
Author: Eddie Armer.