The right hand should be relaxed and have no tension in any part of the body. Do not let the thumb move in behind the
index finger and under the hand.
When striking the strings, strike not in the center of the fingertips but somewhat towards the upper corner of the nail.
The thumb is recommended to stand out and not be absolutely straight. Thia gives the thumb greater flexibility and power.
All movement is from the main knuckle, at the base of the finger. The finger maintaing it's bent shape moves in underneath
the hand, along a line in the direction of the elbow.
The tip joint which is always relaxed, "flops", or flexes as it strikes the string. The arm must be relaxed from
shoulder to fingertip.
The hand should remain quite still, a frame from which only the fingertips move.
Below are a few more right hand patterns to work on, with increasing difficulty.