i know sculpting hands and eyes are aright pain. as with any technique, everyone has their own so there are no \'rules\' as such - you have to find out what works for you. anyhoo, here\'s what works for me.
i can\'t sculpt open hands so don\'t bother asking!! the idea is a simple one, it just takes practice to refine it (as with anything)
put a small blob of putty (i am using a 50-50 mix of gs and procreate) on whatever the hand is grasping. then, using something curved (i used a conical colour shaper) indent the digits so the knuckles are pronounced. make sure you make them really stick out as they will become less distinct later. now add more ridges for the fingers
then, using something fairly sharp, cut the individual fingers. bear in mind they aren\'t all uniform size (mine aren\'t perfect but i was doing this quickly!)
use a colour shaper to go down those lines so they are less harsh and the fingers appear more rounded
the colour shaper can then be used to indent the back of the hand to show the ligaments.
all you need to do now is a little tidying up and add the thumb in the same way when the rest is dry!
used to drive me insane but i have found a quick way to produce semi-realistic eyes. note - probably only really works on a small scale
i make my own head dollies by putting a small blob of putty on a piece of wire. i flatten the end slightly so the putty has something to grip onto. it\'s a great way of using up old putty
put a small piece of fresh putty on and shape it very roughly
then, using the conical colour shaper again, indent the eye sockets
then using the tip or something sharp (a cocktail stick will do) prod the insides of the eyes, this will later form the bridge of the nose
then do the same for the outer corners of the eyes
do a little tidying up so that they look more oval using a pointy tool, i use a needle type thing
then push the brow forwards to make them seem less suprised.
anyhoo, hope this helps you guys. i aint a pro but it\'s nice to share!
any questions, just ask, or pm me