@Dankbuds shit negro that's dope as hell.
@Neus make sure you keep your baseline consistent and try to keep your bars straight.
@SynOne Good shit. Only part im iffy about is the bottom section of the O. The T is perfect.
Tried pointing my bars on this one, not sure if it worked. Also feel like the R needs work.
WHY DOES EVERYONE WANT TO POINT THEIR BARS NOW
but yeah snyskipheeny- The bar on the bottom of the t got waaay too fat, and i just dont like either of the connections on the bottom of the H, but other than that its not bad.
Creo- Pretty much the last 5 sketches ive seen form you looks like creo, you should change from cred ahahha. Hid the R too much, The bottom of that E is funky, and your double outline is sketchy, try single outlines till you got your hand steady and clean
@mild cause all the cool kids are doing it. And it looks more like a D if you think about it as a D hahaha. That'd be one messed up O. As for the second outline idk what happened. needed to hit another grav. Thanks for the crit
cred best from you yet keep workin'
i usual go for real simple shit
I know I put too many cuts in the first one but i spent so much time colouring it, thought I'd put it up for some crits!
Okay well you to dumb down yur letters a lot and give your letter way more room to breath mang
Resist....and yes it does mean something to me
Also the reason these are so tightly spaced is because i drew them using my leg as a surface for the paper while i was on the bus
I would just throw those sketches out and start fresh
Why would I throw them out? I want to develop a piecing style just as much as I want to do throw ups and these are my first attempts at a slightly different style, I liked the (very few) crits I got which were actually constructive and motivational