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hand conversationsomebody’s agonna hate me tomorrow . . . . ha haa.“eat yur spinach and draw your hand.” 5x
pencil and blender on sketch pad
enjoy making direct work from natural materials in my prairie and wildlife sanctuary.i am a very restless person and I work in many different ways with a variety of media.
One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach. One can collect only a few, and they are more beautiful if they are few.Anne Marrow Lindbergh
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2 yeps2 nopesand a maybe . . .
beautiful hand(s) job
Thank you Karen. It’s an example for students to do a study of their own 5 views of hands. a couple duds in there. :))
– evon ski
Its a yep from me :)
arghh matey, the hands are talkative. thanks for taking the time to view. i’ll take the yep too. :)
incredible composition….fantastic work Yvonca, really love the many hand studies, the energy involved in every pose, not to mention the emotions being expressed……just great….love it.
such a fab comment Lisa, so appreciate yor thoughts and words!! x
Wonderful hand study!
THANK you very much. :))
Liking this. Really appreciate the expression in the work Y. Very interesting. Good morning:)
Good evening . . home from teaching and I thank you Donna :)) yes so much to communicate with our hands!! x
great job…..one needs to draw hands as with every meal, for it be the bread, the rice, the stock of the artists feast for his visual expression, without the proper hand (be it simple or complicated) all else in its reach falls to the wayside
Loui that is gold . . . what you just said, my word . . . may I quote you at school? wow sir, very grateful for you and your words. Thank you!! x
This is some EXCELLENT work, hands are so hard to draw well – Love it!
well thank you so much!!! they are so complex and oh so wonderful. I appreciate your visit here. :)
Great hand study. I like it.
thank you for the encouraging words. :))
Lots of emotion depicted here. Hands are so hard to draw. I see ‘a bang on the ear,’ an ‘aaaaargh,’ a ‘look at that!’ a ‘how dare you’ and a ‘come to me, baby.’ ;)) thanks Y. You’re a great teacher.
I learn from you all . . all the time!! Honestly, I was just making different hand positions to draw as a composition to show students. Like hmm . . how ‘bout this, now here’s one okay turn it over and do something else. LOL What you say here is delightful feedback and if those hands had cartoon bubbles they would say ALL of that. HA haaaa. Thank you dearly Jane!! xx