DIY 3D Hand Drawing

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Tombow sent us a few products to create a project using them. Tombow is celebrating it’s “100 Days of Tombow” program in which they are committing to provide up to $10,000 of Tombow art products to the Council for Arts Education, a national nonprofit dedicated to promoting and supporting art education and quality art programs nationwide.

Of course we’d love to have them donate in our name! We wanted to share this super fun (and addictive) 3D hand drawing art project with you.

It’s really pretty easy! We used a Tombow colored pencil to trace his hand lightly on a sheet of cardstock.

Next you grab the markers of your choice (we used the Grunge dual brush pen set) and start a pattern with straight lines (we didn’t stick to the pattern 100%). Once you get to the outline of your hand instead of continuing with your straight line you’re going to arch up until the other side of your outline and then continue with your striaght line repeating for any fingers (easier to see in the photos than try to explain)

Continue this filling in if needed until you reach the bottom!

Have fun!

Thanks Tombow for donating in our honor! More 100 days of Tombow projects seen here.

(Disclosure: Tombow sent us a few products to come up with a project but we were not compensated any other way.)

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Allison Waken is a wife, mom of boys and Phoenix, AZ native. She has been creating inspiring content for All for the Boys since 2011. Allison loves travel, movies and spending as much time as possible with her family while she can!


  1. This is amazing! I wish I had this idea when I taught 4th grade–it could be done with a ton of shapes. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  2. I have never heard of Tombow. What is it and why is everyone doing projects with it? Cool idea by the way. Gonna use tomorrow with my kiddos.

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