Learn how to easily draw a Hand and find some amazing facts about Hands
Learn to Draw a Hand
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Draw A Hand – Step-by-Step
When you want to learn how to draw a hand, the best place to start is with a drawing sheet. This will help you get an idea of the proportions and basic structure of whatever it is you’re trying to draw. Plus, it can be really fun to add your own details and personalize your drawing!
Go through this step-by-step drawing guide for kids before you start to draw.
Supplies You Would Need
Draw a Hand
Learn how to draw a hand. You can draw and color it in on the page below. You can follow the grid lines to sketch out your perfect drawing of a hand with relative ease. Just follow the original image above and continue on with your drawing. Try to match them as closely as possible!
How to Use this Image
You can right-click on this image and Save As the image on your computer or device.
You can take a printout of this printable on an A4 sheet and use this as your coloring sheet.
Download the Coloring Sheet – Learn to Draw a Hand
You can download this sheet and take a print-out to draw a hand.
Rate your drawing. You can give stars to your own drawing.
Try practicing till you give yourself a 5-star for your drawing.
Strange and Interesting Facts About Hands
Let’s take a look at 20 of the most interesting facts about hands that you can use to amaze your friends, and random people on the street with how much you know about hands. So without further ado, here are 20 awesome facts about hands.
Read on to learn some new things about hands—you might be surprised!
1. The average person has 27 bones in their hands.
2. Our hands are made up of over 29 muscles.
3. We have more nerve endings in our hands than any other part of our body.
4. Our hands are one of the first body parts to develop in the womb.
5. The thumb is the most opposable digit on the human hand, meaning it can touch all the other fingers on the same hand.
6. The skin on our hands is thinner than anywhere else on our bodies, except for our eyelids.
7. We have a unique fingerprint that can be used to identify us as an individual.
8. Women’s hands tend to be smaller and more slender than men’s because they have less muscle tissue.
9. Around 20% of women’s hands show traces of arthritis by age 60, while around 50% of men show signs at the same age.
10. There are more words in English related to ‘hand’ than there are words related to ‘face’.
11. Hand gestures account for up to 80% of what we communicate non-verbally with others.
12. 15 million people in the world live without hands or arms due to amputation or birth defects.
13. The word ‘hand’ was mentioned some 23 times in William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet.
14. Some cultures shake hands when meeting someone new.
15. Others put their right palm over the back of your left hand, which is called a palm-to-palm handshake.
16. An enzyme found in tears can help heal cuts on your hands.
17. Your palms sweat more than any other place on your body – these glands produce about four ounces of fluid per day.
18. Your fingerprints remain unchanged throughout life, so you’ll always be able to identify yourself by them.
19. It takes about 350 milliseconds for you to recognize an object in your hand – but only if you’re looking at it!
20. Babies can grasp objects between 100 and 120 days after birth, but cannot release them until they’re four months old!
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You can visit Wikipedia website to know more about hands.
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