Anatomy Studies: Drawing Hands Holding Objects
by Etchr Lab
Of all parts of the body, the hand is considered one of the hardest to draw. It's true! Join artist Chase Harter in this live and interactive art workshop as he explains how to sketch hands while holding various objects. He will deconstruct the hand's basic anatomy, shape and movement to create a new perspective to your artworks.
This session will run for approximately 90 minutes via Zoom and is open to a maximum of 300 people. Participants will have access to a recording of the workshop 3 days after the live session.
Schedule and details are in the tabs below!
Secure your spot today by purchasing on this page. A downloadable PDF containing the workshop link and other details will be sent via email after checkout.
- 9am LA Time Friday (February 5th, PST)
- 12pm NY Time Friday (February 5th, EST)
- 5pm London Time Friday (February 5th, GMT)
- 1am Singapore Time Saturday (February 6th)
- 4am Sydney Time Saturday (February 6th, AEDT)
DRAWING OF HANDS HOLDING DIFFERENT OBJECTS
Join Chase Harter as he demonstrates the step-by-step process on how to draw the basic anatomy of hands while capturing objects to manipulate and use tools. Learn essential techniques that will guide you with the easiest way to draw a hand in your sketches.
This Mini-Workshop is for beginner to intermediate artists who want to learn how to draw hands holding different objects.
Cold press watercolour paper
Arteza brush pens (colour)
water brush (blending)
Posca pens (white and black for contrast)
mechanical .5 lead pencil with red lead