How to Doodle Hands Clapping
Doodling hands doing anything always seems like an overwhelming task. 🙁 I do, however, hope that these steps will make things a little easier. 🙂 To doodle hands clapping, begin by drawing an oddly shaped elongated arc shape in the middle of your page. This shape will become the thumb of one of your hands.
Extending from our thumb we need to doodle the four fingers. Notice how in the example long and curved lines have been used for this purpose. Notice also how some fingers are slightly hidden behind other fingers. It’s not essential to draw it this way, but it will actually make doodling the hand a little easier.
Having doodled our left hand, it’s now time to doodle the right hand. Again, let’s start with the thumb. Use an arc shape to draw your right thumb. Notice where the thumb is positioned in relation to the left hand and the angle of the arc. Also, because the right hand will be the back hand, only part of the thumb will be visible.
To draw the fingers of your right hand, use long and elongated arc shapes. Notice how there is no space between each finger. Notice also how part of the right hand is hidden behind the left hand.
To finish things off, add some more details to your clapping hands using lines, ovals, and arc shapes. Then finish things off by adding a splash of color to your doodle. You might be wondering what the arc shapes around the hands represent. That’s just to show that the hands are moving.