Sunday, August 28, 2016

Printable How To Draw Praying Hands. Worksheet and Lesson

This free printable worksheet will help give the young artist some confidence and direction in drawing a dramatic picture. It is a simple project and ideal for the young artist or extra drawing practice.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: Learning to draw takes practice so draw every day. Come back to this blog each day and try a few more worksheets and before long you will be an artist. Do not get discouraged if your drawing of the praying hands does not turn out the way you had hoped, you are learning, and your next picture will be better. Some people have a talent for portrait and some have a talent for landscapes so try different projects and soon you will find what you have a talent for.

The free worksheet below, and the project notes below may be printed by highlighting it and saving to your device then send to your printer later; some printers work better if you first drag the image to your desktop and print from there. If you have problems printing see the how to print tab above for some tips or try one of the updated files below.

How to Draw Praying Hands Printable Worksheet


Here are two files that may print better on some computers.

CLICK HERE for a file in photo format.
CLICK HERE for a file in portable universal format.


PRINTABLE NOTES.

BEGINNINGS
Start by drawing lightly so you can erase later.

Start with an outline of the hand like you are drawing a mitten.

Use ta curved guideline for the knuckles and two for the joints in the fingers, (the thumb has only one joint).

Use three lines to divide the fingers.

The thumb is like a crooked rectangle.

Round off the tips of the fingers. Use a half circle for the thumb since it is seen from its side.

The joints of the fingers are a little wider so curve the lines of the fingers, do the same for the joint on the thumb.

The side of the hand below the small finger is slightly rounded.

The fingernails are like the letter "U" but on the thumb it is just a curved line.

There are several wrinkles on the finger joints and knuckles. The are not straight.

The hand on the far side is a line that copies the lower line of the near side hand.

The wrists are narrower where the connect to the hand but slightly wider where they meet the sleeve.

The sleeve is like an oval, not a straight line.

Use shading technique to give the hands roundness.


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Adron


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