|Hand drawing in color pencil|
Continuing on with the structures of the hand we are moving onto a new group of bones, the metacarpals, to focus on a few of the movements the thumb.
Thumbs tend be a challenge for many people and understanding the thumb's connection to the hand and how the thumb moves can be helpful in resolving many issues when drawing the hand.
Today, we are going to look at the role that the metacarpals play structurally in the hand and how the lower part of the thumb moves based on the connection the metacarpal makes to the wrist bones.
Let's take a look.