How to Draw Thumbs Up
In this lesson you will learn how to draw thumbs up. With the help of this lesson, you will once again train your creative abilities and have a good time.Read more: How to Draw Thumbs Up
If you want to acquire useful skills in drawing, then we are happy to offer instructions on how to draw thumbs up. This gesture is familiar to you. It means that everything is fine and everything is going according to plan.
Completing this lesson will be an excellent exercise for your spatial imagination, because while drawing, you must mentally represent this gesture.
Time needed: 1 hour.
How to Draw Thumbs Up
- Prepare the base.
First, draw the main part of the hand, for this, draw a circle. Then draw two straight lines from the circle to represent the wrist.
- Depict the outlines of the thumb.
Using ovals of different sizes, depict the individual parts of the thumb. At the initial stage, use only thin lines that can be easily corrected and removed.
- Draw the outlines of the rest of the fingers.
Along the upper edge of the palm, successively draw bent fingers in the form of rounded figures. Keep proportions and try to correctly depict the size of the fingers.
- Add connecting lines.
In this step you will add some small connecting lines between the main part of the arm and other elements.
- Make the contour of the thumb clearer.
Focus on the lines that you drew in the previous steps and circle the thumb along the contour, giving it the desired shape. Draw the outline of the wrist on one side.
- Make the outline of the remaining fingers clearer.
Focus on the auxiliary lines and carefully trace all the fingers along the contour, giving them the correct anatomical shape. Outline the side of the palm and part of the wrist.
- Sketch out the folds of the skin.
Draw thin, curved lines across the palm of the hand and draw short lines at the creases in the fingers.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Look carefully at the drawing and if you notice any mistakes, then immediately correct them. Use the eraser to remove all extra lines in the drawing.
- Color the drawing.
Use any natural shades to color the skin. Highlight the dark areas to make your drawing look more realistic.
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