Stick Figure Proportions and Sign Language Initials

For our first week of the semester we have been working on learning proportions of the human body, and we did a pen drawing of our hands in the shapes of sign language initials. For the skeleton stick figures we used a informative youtube video showing us the best way to measure out a single line to create a  proportional human body. We repeated what was shown to us four times; once right after the video, again half an hour later, one hour later, and then the next day. The hand drawing was done taking photos of our own hand in the sing language letter for our initials, with which we drew out out our hands on the paper in some form of ink and tried to capture as much basic detail as we could.

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