Step 15: Use the initial circle as a guide to draw the rest of the macaque's head. Darken the basic shape of the circle using short strokes to create the furry shape of the head. Use a wavier line for the top part of the head. Make the right side of the head wider than the initial circle. Add a few short strokes below the sides of the brow to create the section that separates the fur form the more bare center of the face.
Step 16: Use the shapes in the middle of the body as guides to draw the rhesus macaque's first arm and hand. Darken the horizontal lines to create the forearm but make the bottom line wavier. Use a series of short strokes as you darken the shapes to create a furry texture. Add a couple of lines at the top to create the top part of the arm. Darken the side of the small oval using short strokes to create the hand. Draw a series of short, angled lines inside the small shape at the bottom to separate the fingers. Bend the fingers slightly to the right. The fingers on the sides should be smaller than the fingers in the middle. Add a few short lines across the middle of the fingers for wrinkles on the joints.
Step 17: Use the shapes of the left as guides to draw the monkey's other arm and hand the same way. Darken the top guides to create the arm. Add short strokes along the bottom of the small oval for the fur on the knuckles. Below the knuckles, draw a series of lines that angle to he left to separate the fingers. Draw the fingers within the shape of the square-like guide.
Step 18: Use the shapes and lines that are under the arm on the right as guides to draw the macaque's first leg and foot. Darken the sides of the long lines using short strokes to create the shape of the furry leg. On the top, right, draw a curved line for the folded leg. Darken the curved shape at the bottom for the foot. Draw a series of angled lines inside the small, square-like shape to separate the long toes. Just like the fingers at the top, curved the shapes of the toes to the right. Add a few angled lines across the middle for the wrinkles on the joints.
Step 19: Use the rest of the lines and shape in the middle as guides to draw the rest of the macaque's body. Darken the sides of the guides using short, strokes to create the furry body. Don't overlap the shapes from previous steps as you draw the body. Darken the line at the bottom for the tail. Add another curved line at the top for the top edge of the tail. Rhesus macaques have short tails so don't make this shape too long.