By My Right Hand

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Hands are notoriously difficult to draw so here’s a practice one/a thinly veiled attempt at hiding the fact that I couldn’t think of something to draw today and just scribbled this out.
In Japanese, the word for “skilful” is 上手 (jouzu). Those symbols mean “up” (上) and “hand” (手). The word for “unskilful” is 下手 (heta) and the symbols mean the opposite (down hand).

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