How To Build a Hand in Less Than an Hour

The coolest things to print on a 3D printer seem to be body parts, most often faces, but also cool are hands. However, hands seem to be a fairly complicated structure and many people simply try to find scans of 3D hands they can print.  
 
3D Modeler Dennis Jensen shows us how to build a 3D model of a human hand in a few moments using very basic techniques that could be applied in many 3D modeling programs. He uses a very simple technique with basic shapes that are slowly twisted and bent into a highly realistic 3D hand. 
 
If you can master this technique, you’ll be able to create hands in many positions – but be sure to arrange them so that they are easily printable. 
 
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