@Phat that last one is dope as hell.
I don't like this one as much, tried out some new markers and they were iffy.
@ cred that d's much better than the ones before i can see its a d' more than a o'
Really, REALLY basic, almost a throwie, but for some reason I thought it looked interesting. Critz/ Advice please.
lol this ni99a stays gettin up
why the fuck would i write tricks instead of crits............ ahh too early in the damn morning...
REK CREW Beirut
its past your bed time get to bed or ill get daddy
@Criscros: Next to maybe going back to slightly simpler letters to start with, work on your inking. Your lines are far from tight. Go over your pencil outlines in a nice, smooth flow. You can practice this by printing other writers' sketches in greyscale and going over their outlines with your black pen.
@Physh: Try to make the lines of your letters a little less straight, go for more flow in your letterstructure. To practice this, try to recreate some of the flows you like from other writers. Also, get your 3D effects to either go in the exact same direction, or to the same vanishing point. There's not shame in using a ruler to see where the lines are supposed to go! Finally, same as Criscros (especially in your Ill Bill sketch): tighten up your outlines. The Bill character is pretty cool, though.
Atleast bite from someone better. Lol
a few just for the outline, crits?
the same but a little different, color is just there to show the outline better and no 3d yet. im feeling the bottom one more, but i think the gap between the 2 side bars of the U should go away
pretty simple krst outline, not sure about using the 3d to the side though
You have to know the rules before you can break them.
Breaking in the new sketchbook
@colors - lol
@crook - Only thing I don't like about it is the F going above the i. otherwise it aint half bad.
@MUES Digging the highlights man, and that E is perfect.
Went a little less simple just for this one
lols at naked givin the fool shit