Monday, April 23, 2012


Anatomical and life drawings are not just about drawing the human figure in poses. Sometimes there are parts of the body that need more attention given to them. Hands and feet are two of the most delicate and hardest hardest to draw. They can be just as expressive as the face, but also serve as tools whether it be by walking, picking things up, or just general movement. The bone structure for them is also extremely complex- the human hand has 27 bones, and the foot/ ankle has 26 bones. That makes one quarter, 53 out of  206,  of the total bones in the human body.

Here are some drawings I did of the hands and feet while at American Academy Of Art: