You too can easily draw a Skeleton Hand by following the simple steps.
Learn how to draw a great looking Skeleton Hand with step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
Draw the arm bone: draw a long, curved line with two "W"-shaped ends.
Draw inverted "W" for simplified palm bones (trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate, pisiform, triquetrum, lunate, & scaphoid).
Draw a rounded shape over the palm to form the metacarpal bone.
Draw an irregular peanut shape at the end of the metacarpal bone. This forms the thumb's proximal and distal phalanx.
Draw two curved rectangles emerging from the palm representing metacarpal bones of the pointer and middle fingers.
Create two curved rectangles from palm to form ring and pinky metacarpals.
Draw curved rectangles extending from the pointer and middle fingers. These are the proximal phalanxes.
Draw curved rectangles at the tips of the ring and pinky fingers, forming the proximal phalanx bones.
Draw partial oval shapes at the tips of each finger, forming the distal phalanx bones. draw a curved line across the palm.
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