I do both? Like I draw hands differently for each people, draw little fat hands for kids, skinny shriveled bony hands for withered sickly characters. ¯_(ツ)_/¯
Can't answer the poll. I draw them pointy and boney when I sketch but they always end soft and round when I lineart.
Basically in between, but depends on the characters though.
My own hand is on chunky round side, it's also small I don't like it so I try to avoid drawing small hands. Honestly I'm bad at drawing hand.
hmmmm i can't decide, but maybe i lean to option 2. idk
I think it depends on the character, but I'm leaning towards softer lines.
I...actually don't know what to pick. I do both, depending on the art style I'm using, and I don't find any one easier than the other. They're both a welcome relief from realism to me. ^^;
I feel like I'm generally soft and rounder...but I try to slim the fingers more for female hands, and add more bone structure to male hands. Otherwise they;d look the same and you couldn't tell the difference when having a closeup of two hands holding.
Sup. Official patriarch of the boney hands gang here
depends on the character
uh option C.... for crappy? thousands and thousands of crappy hands!
(granted this was from 2 years ago, but on the other...uh hand...have I gotten any better at all?)
i dunno man, these look better than mine
I do try to mix up hand shapes to fit the character but I often end up making them round and chubby. But just like my entire comic, everything is pretty much round and chubby.
My hands always vary. but they're mostly soft and round lol
that's kind of you to say, thanks!
I basically draw a burger patty with sausages protruding that are supposed to represent fingers.
these are gorgeouuuus, my god
I am the worst at drawing hands and mostly draw in a cartoon style so I love seeing all of the really complex and cool looking drawings of hands on this thread. Mine are definitely soft and round. As in I'm very lazy with them. x)
honestly same, i love seeing all of em.
Boney all the way
lol. Made my day, @hades.