Draw a Clenched Fist

Drawing a fist, a clenched hand can seem very difficult but it can be quite easy to draw if you take it step by step. In this art tutorial I explain, step by step how to Draw a Hand as a clenched fist. The first step is to start by analysing the simple shapes of the hand and the cylinders the fingers make.

After sketching out the basic shapes I show how to add an outline and draw the creases of the hand. The hand can be made to look more three dimensional by creating depth by adding tone (light and shade).

Do want to learn how to draw the hand in proportion. Check out my art tutorial; How to Draw a Hand with Bent Fingers.

This video would be great for beginners and children and those who teach in primary (elementary) schools who wish to learn to draw.

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