How to draw holding hands step by step | Pencil sketch easy

How to draw holding hands easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Pencil drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.

how to draw holding hands

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

Video produced by channel:  HTDraw

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Start by sketching the arm first. Draw two parallel, diagonal curves. Notice the angle on the top line that shows the curve of the wrist.

Step 2

Stretch a long and curved line from the bottom of the arm. Duplicate the line back to itself, outlining the thumb.

Step 3

From the thumb, stretch another long curve. Duplicate the line back to itself, forming your index finger. Notice the angle made up of almost straight lines of the fingertip. This indicates a bent knuckle.

Step 4

Draw a curve up from the finger, starting between the tip of the finger and the knuckle of the first finger. Following the curvature of the index finger, forming the middle finger. From the middle finger, stretch a similar curve to form the ring finger. From the ring finger, stretch a curve to form the little finger. Allows this line to connect to the wrist, completely covering the hand.

Step 5

Next, start drawing the seconds hand fingers. Place two oblong circles, one smaller than the other, on top of your hand and index finger.

Step 6

Wrap two more oblong circles, overlapping the hand and thumb.

Step 7

Stretch a curve from the root of the thumb. Allow the diagonal cut to the thumb, duplicating itself back until it is almost connected outside the hand. This forms the thumb of the second hand.

Step 8

Erase guides that cut across the fingers.

Step 9

Extend a pair of diagonal, parallel lines in the opposite direction to the first line, outlining the wrist and arm of the second hand. Use a few short and curved lines to designate the palm of the wrist. Then detail your hand. Stick the circles of your fingernails onto your fingertips. Draw short, curves to represent the curves of each knuckle, both on the fingers and the back of the hand.

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