Figure Elements, Continued
Hands and feet
Hands and feet are each combinations of basic forms. Both the hands and
feet attach to the cylinders of the lower arm and leg, respectively, with a
compound rotary joint.. This joint allows rotation similar to that of a ball-
HANDS: A cube and wedge (modified cube) represent the hand. The cube
is the palm and the wedge is the mass of fingers. The cube and wedge are
approximately equal in size. More detailed representation of the fingers is
possible by using cylinders for the fingers.
Figure 3-43 shows a hand represented by a cube and a wedge, and a cube and
Figure 3-43.A hand drawn with cubes and wedges (View
A) and a cube and cylinders (View B).
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