Well here is the thing. I'm kinda new to drawing and have gotten to a standstill on one of my projects. I am making this drawing so that I can use it to screen print some shirts for my unit. The problem is I can't get the hands right to save my life. I have researched how to draw hands and looked at examples but I can't seem to get a pair that fit the drawing. Here is the drawing.

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I am using a bamboo tablet and Autodesk Sketchbook and its working out great for me with how much I have to erase and redraw for proportions. As you can tell from the photo It's supposed to be a EOD tech walking down in a Bomb suit to disarm a bomb. All the hands that I have drawn so far make my big bad tuff bombsuit guy look like he is fragile on the inside lol. If anyone could lead me in the right direction or show me some good examples I would be in your debt. I don't want anyone to do it for me I just need a little shove. The pic still has some of my tries on it so you can see where i'm at. Any other sujestions will be loved to if you got them in ya.

Maybe you can draw him holding something? Like a weapon of some sort in each hand.

Well I would suggest, takeing the forearm, straightening it out a bit, than make it to where it's like something is covering the knuckle/back part of the hand, than giving the hands, a gloved look, It might look a little out of proportion, but that is what gloves do,

the lower part of the seems to be the problem its a little big i think you might wanna change that wella t least thats what i would do.

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