Draw Hands vye 3: Learn with Duplication and Diet

I’m getting an immense feeling with the new format for draw hands! Also, I think I’ll use this format in my new stories!

Draw Hands what you’ll learn?

  • Diet Plan
  • Process of drawing hands
  • Filling different parts of the hand for understanding
  • Organize folders
  • Importance of a schedule


Myself, Hi, Masters, you can call me Vye. Also, for now, I’m a conceptual artist & full-stack computer specialist. Under the name of Vyacheslav Kantor, I can tell you already delighted. 🙂  

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two point perspective: How to draw

Two Point Perspective

Hi Masters, today, I did a study on a two-point perspective while streaming on Instagram. More importantly, I wanted to improve my skills in the area, and I wanted to see if live broadcasting is a fun way to teach myself. Interestingly, I streamed at home in my NYC apt in my cozy office space. Also, I don’t have any plans on a set schedule yet, as I’m experimenting and seeing if I love it. Finally, if you are an artist looking to grow your skills in perspective drawing, then you will find downloadable content at the end of the post. 

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Broken Lamps: thinking about Relationship

Why I’m thinking about my rocky relationship?

Broken Lamps came to existence because I wanted to express my existing rocky relationship with my Mooncake in hopes of stability. Also, I created the piece when I traveled to Calgary and Banff. Besides, I pictured the Canadian Rockies in the background to show context and my trip to the mountains. Finally, I’m sharing it with you because I’m curious about what you see and feel.

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Alien Invasion at Cambridge

Alien had always wanted to start an alien invasion in Cambridge because of its courageous, bright Castles. It was a place where he felt stressed.

He was an admirable, violent, wine drinker with chubby ankles and moist lips. His friends saw him as a moldy, mangled monster. Once, he had even made a cup of tea for a glorious puppy. That’s the sort of man he was.

Alien walked over to the window and reflected on his picturesque surroundings. The sun shone like shouting birds.

Then he saw something in the distance, or preferably someone. It was the figure of Felicity Wu. Felicity was a giving patient with robust ankles and feathery lips.

Alien gulped. He was not prepared for Felicity.

As Alien stepped outside and Felicity came closer, he could see the modern glint in her eye.

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