Hands can be difficult to draw. If you find yourself struggling or think they look awkward,
you can use your own hands as a reference by posing it in the same position. This is also useful to do for any poses you are having trouble drawing in general. For example, you can test to see if the elbow is higher than the chest. You can also check for more in-depth details, like the structure of the muscles in the shoulder, by feeling it. For the creases of the hand, it’ll be easier to visualize them by using the palm of your hand as a model. Even if it doesn’t apply right now, always take note of things for future reference.
You never know what might come in handy down the road.