This might seem like a very dumb toy question, but im curious. When a writer starts to develop and is no longer a toy and can add extentions and bars and all the other crazy shit, does it take longer to sketch and outline for a piece or does it just come together in the same sort of amount of time? Kinda like in this vid, watching this I cant figure out how the guy is writing because it looks like hes just writing random lines and the piece just comes together naturally. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3B9ozArubn0
i think he already did it with light very light pencil before doing this. On the time shizzle i cant answer im not that good.
I hope thats not the case cuz if it is ill feel like a complete beavis.
he must hacked youtube. Well guys i want to know wich caps fit on montana hardcore's, i can't figure it out well.
i thought all montana cans were female and the caps were male??
guys what is a good outline cap for mtn hardcore or molotow 600 ml
well a good outline cap would be the one thet drips the most bcause drippy outlins n tags n bombz look sikkkkkkkkkzzz
well sadgeh, your question is dumb. "but uncle mastah ribcage proest of the pros, there are no dumb quest-" no. your question is dumb. Outlines are all about preference, they are also about how u like to paint what you are painting. I use a fat cap to outline everything, and I mean EVERYTHING. pieces, bombs, characters, dicks, dead bodies, essays, vehicles, everything.
Im going out on a very very very strong limb here, and gonna assume u aint the best at painting, and have next to no can control, so a thin cap for outlining, a piece or shit in your case even a bomb, is gonna be very difficult for you. I suggest a medium size cap, like an orange dot, or a thinner type soft cap like a grey dot or a universal.... but hey, in the long run, its all about preference, and shit u gone do want u want anyways right?
Cool rant, I think he meant what caps wont blow up or leak though. Not that i have an answer cause I only use rusto.
Ok, thank you.
Last edited by Woulf; 06-03-2012 at 02:38 PM.
So let's say I can't get my hands on different shades of of a color for a prisma, what's a good way of getting different shades off one marker? Blending with a warm grey or something?
try it on a scrap paper, see how it looks.
you could try colored pencil over it or under, never really tried that though. if you have sharpies they work for blending, bics work. or just say fuck it, aint worth it. and just do it how you want it to look if you ever paint it.
Your going to have to be quick, but neat in order for it to work the way I think you want it too. So color it like ud fill it with paint, left to right from top to bottom, then allow more ink to go on the top than the bottom, or whatever direction you want the fade. Understand? IT takes a little marker skill, and the newer the marker the harder to do since a lot of them have a real dominant pigment, so it might take you a try or two. Itd be real hard to do with any kind of dark colored prisma, so your gonna wanna use your medium colors, like a regular green, or orange, or sky blue kind of colors
and of course, that technique doesn't work with paint markers such as the molotow 127HS, right? only ink and water based markers?
what marker did you use