Step 15: Draw a few lines close to the face to define the shape of the abominable snowman's head. Draw an angled line on the left side for the cheekbone and a couple of curved lines under the mouth for the lip. Draw a series of short strokes close to the face for the inner edge of the fur on the head. Draw short strokes along the left edge of the initial circle to start drawing the outer shape of the yeti's head. For the bottom, draw the strokes lower than the edge of the initial circle for a shaggier look. Darken the top edge of the initial circle but make the shape a bit pointier. Use strokes on the right side.
Step 16: Draw the abominable snowman's fingers along the bottom edge of the initial half circle shape on the right. The fingers are basically thin, long shapes with a pointy tip at the end for the claws. Make the edges of the finger shapes wavy to indicate the joints. The fingers are facing forward and then curving down. The base of the yeti's fingers is barely visible from this angle.
The fingers farther to the right curve more to the right and then downward. The yeti's pinky finger should be the smallest and should be partly hidden behind the ring finger. On the left side, draw the thumb as a smaller thin shape with a pointy tip. Darken the top part of the guide for the abominable snowman's hand. Add some jagged lines between the fingers for fur.
Step 17: Use the shapes around the hand as guides to draw the abominable snowman's arm. Follow the edges of the guides and draw a series of short strokes along the path for the fur. Use longer strokes along the bottom for the shaggier, loose fur found there.
Step 18: Draw a series of long strokes along the bottom edge of the torso oval to shape the abominable snowman's chest. Darken the sides of the initial guide lines using short strokes to finish the shape of the torso.
Step 19: Draw a thin shape that curves downward on the right side of the half-circle on the left for the yeti's other thumb. Curve the edges of the shape to create the joints and make the tip pointy for the claw. To the left, along the bottom edge of the guide, draw a slightly longer thin shape for the yeti's index finger. To the left, continue drawing similar shapes for the rest of the fingers but make them smaller the farther left they are. The pinky finger on the left should be almost entirely hidden behind the other fingers.