wass good did this for a friends stage
heres my first time every bombing or even picking up a spray paint for art. I know its shit, I'm still working on simps, only been doing this stuff for a week or so.
used krylon (hate their caps >.<)
Well its good that you understand that. For you I would say this......Get a good solid name you want to stick with bro. Then go on that Board and do each letter buy its self nice and bigg on that board just so you can understand it and get your control up ya digg
find like a water drain or something. under bridges are usually really chill for writing. i would spend money on paint not canvas
i went under a bridge today, it was mega chill until some kid rode by on a lawnmower. didnt take me long to realize that my can control is terrible. i'll post some pics later.
picture quality bums me out. oh well. i'm hitting the books. letters need much improvement.
Last edited by down!; 09-13-2010 at 09:07 PM.
you plan on painting a canvas to get known? what?
left to right. hold it steady. cheap cans like that tend to drip more anyway. and even if you are practicing throws try going back and cleaning it up by doing cuts. and take your time, you are doing plyboard who cares if you spend an hour doing a throw, you will get better over time. oh, and hit the books, HARD.
p.s. don't write giant.
KNO - try to work on the 3d. and add some more structure to your letters
giant - maybe try some blackbooking before buying a ton of paint? i guess since its plywood its not horrible but its easier when you begin to have a sketch of what your going to paint so you have something to look off of. and dollar silvers are bomb for fills
write whatever the fuck you want man
who are you doing graffiti for?
to please all these people or for yourself?
If there are any actual writers in your town and they look at your name, they'll probably cross your shit out, no matter how good you are. If there isn't a legend or someone in your town writing what you wanna write, then do it.
And don't worry about 3D or any of those effects, just work on a name and do throws and get used to spray painting first.
You have the right idea, Just stay in the books and learn the basics,Start lurking your hood for small spots, I wouldn't suggest going to a big spot to paint because even if you might think its an empty space you might clip a bigger writer or go over some super old tag or throw you might not have seen from someone bigger or someone who might have passed away. Learn the basics and pick and choose where you paint wisely, What Im just trying to say is dont try to be "the shit" painting everywhere when you just start out, You gotta put in your time and work your way up slowly.
wise words ^^^
and leaks you just proved my point
Last edited by FuckTheFame; 09-14-2010 at 04:15 PM.