welll first i rolled the wall with paint that i had to piss in, so after that i had a smoke break but i forgot my smokes in the car so i had to walk back to my whip get the smokes then smoked the but on the way back, then i threw up my outline, then i ate an apple, then i did my fill and my 3 D, ,then i had another smoke and drank some water, then i did my background, then it started to snow, then i outlined it and forced and finishd it up, so id say 2 hours ish....i really took my time though....o yeah i had to warm my hands up multiple times by holding my ballls aswell
lol stuck ive put my hands down my pants to warm them up as well. cold weather painting sucks dick
painting in hotttttt ass summer sun aint no walk in the park either
lol man. if anything, you just proved my point. its THAT hot
but i would gladly switch places with you any day
the y looks a bit squashed.
is that in your attic/loft?
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the only thing that looks decent is the I in the first pic, i dont know what happened in the second flick, and your M is melting in the last one. also, the I's in your handy and last pic are a Z and a 7 with a dot over them. you really need to work on proportions and letter structure.
it was dark as shit, my yellow ran out on me, i had to run so i didnt get to finish (i went back the next night but when i went back the day after that the jawn was dissed so that was a pretty sad sight, now i end up with more beef and an unfinished piece
Great day for painting yesterday, +25 sunny and blue skies (:
naaaah fiddling around with the fill colors and whatnot is all good... just the 3D I don't fully agree on, but still, it's can control practice, the fill stuff is good for that
it's the letters themselves that need work
i really like those green with the pink, the 3d kinda distracts.
n thanks, i keep it to pen, decos, and pad mostly.. my can control seem terrible outlines especially
so that's why i go out.
got a question if i use the structure in last picture and fix the I, and give it a drop shadow, would that be heading in the right direction?
and obvious proportion and control
I'm new to graff so I don't know if this will be too helpful, but here are my 2 cents on what needs improvement.
Make sure your fills are consistent throughout. Work on your 3d (i.e. make sure they are all pointing straight to the vanishing point, not curving towards it). The extension on your T makes it almost look like a G so be careful. And some of you white highlights look shaky, but I guess that just takes practice and can control. I like your lettering, but some of the extensions look wack.
excuses: 1- did this in pitch black darkness. 2- steel door + dollar cans = drips