Well, he used a fat cap, I've never used it, so I'm just saying...That's like buying a Montana if your still a toy...Why not just practice with stock tips then buying fat caps if you toy...Originally posted by CraYon+Jan 30 2005, 05:33 PM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (CraYon @ Jan 30 2005, 05:33 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>Originally posted by 211_24-7@Jan 30 2005, 04:18 PM
Originally posted by CraYon@Jan 30 2005, 10:44 AM
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i need points on how to make this better
*And it surprises me cuz you seem to use an array of caps,
*Man, those lines aren't even proportionate...Seriously practice on paper!!! By doing what you did, you're wasting perfectly valuable spraypaint.
*I seriously suggest you first come up with a throwie first...Stop tryna do all that pieceing shit cuz it ain't happening. If you want, i can help you come up with one. PM me if anything.
*ok... first. someone before u said for him to stop doin graffiti. thats the most fuckin retarted comment ive heard all day... everyone starts out bad.. i started out crappier. no lie.. atleast hes painting this early on in the stage.. and that means Better can control when he gets "Good".
And he's not use'n an "Array of caps". it only looks like he used a fat cap...
----Heres a lil tip. dont use Fat caps for outlines like u did
* yea the lines are NOT proportionate, practice on paper. go simple like letters from a disney movie * i kno everyone on here has at least one disney movie up in they house....
and hes not waste'n "Valuable" paint.. everytime you paint you pick up somethin new. you think " oh.. if i woulda done this like that, it would have been better". and that equals skill or what ever u wanna call it... keep on painting.. just buy some plywood or find a really chill spot that u kno of.
* Throwies are over rated. some people are Piecers. Bombers.Taggers. Street artists. if the kid wants to piece let him piece.
Just dont try to bust some crazy pieces yet. like i said. and like Gesus has said 200+ times before. look at a box of cerial... or disney box. they have some flow hehe
And yea he's wasting paint cuz he could be using up that paint when he gets better instead of having to rack or buy. And that's why I was saying to use paper...If it sucks on paper then it'll most likely suck on a wall...And what can you pick up from using a spray can? I've only used 1 spray can so far, I've made my adjustments and now i can handle it ok...I don't think there would be anything for me to learn as far as the can itself goes.
True throwie's are over rated, but i know it definitely helps with your can control...It'll show you how to do fills and outlines and help you practice on shadowing which is key if you wanna do pieces, and piecing is what it looks like he wants to do...That's what I think I'ma do: start out bombing and once i get everything down I'll start piecing (and if i suck at that, then I'll stay at bombing) [/b][/quote]
i see you want to argue. im in the mood..
1)... How the fuck is use'n a fat cap like use'n montana if your a toy?.. just because u never used em dont mean anything.. i bet over 60% of the forums first cap was a fat cap... every one has em. its not a waste. and dont hate because hes use'n em
2)..Its NOT a waste of paint.. with every can he uses he gains knowledge.
...And what can you pick up from using a spray can? I've only used 1 spray can so far, I've made my adjustments and now i can handle it ok...I don't think there would be anything for me to learn as far as the can itself goes.
if your sayin that u can gain no knowledge from a can of spray paint, you my friend are a fuckin retard... thats how u get can control. from years of "Waste'n" paint..... you said that you only used one can of paint and you made adjustments and can handel it "ok".. fuckin bull shit. one can used dont mean that your "good".. you just sound like a moron... and you have much to learn if u think theres nothin else u can learn. from one fuckin can toy.
3).. nothin to say