I can't help it. The minute I read there was an open casting call for a hand model, I immediately thought of Seinfeld.
Based on the show and how much these Illinois video game makers are willing to pay, it seems like a lucrative endeavor.
George had perfect hands for modeling, but an accident with a hot iron ended his career prematurely.
So if you have hands similar to George Costanza, you might want to check into this job listing.
According to Project Casting:
This client is creating product tutorial videos for a brand that creates gaming tech products. We need a male HAND MODEL.
They are shooting on Monday, April 25th, from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM in a Fulton Market, Chicago office, and would like ONE MALE (open to ethnicity) talent, around ages 23-43 years old. They expect to be done before 5:00 PM, but keep your avail open until 5PM just in case goes late.
A few other details you should know, your face won't be on camera, just your hands.
If chosen you'll get paid $650 for about a day's work, where you will "demonstrate the unboxing, setup and 'how-to' for their products."
That's it. Think you got the hands for it? Apply for the gig HERE.
Just stay away from hot irons for the time being.