Because now the place is closed, and my name is going to stay there for a moment. U see it from the highway.
Sio some are alright. Those weird lines running down some of the O's I would lose. Also when doing a throw in a spot that's seen from far away, like the loOks of that roof top. I would use a thicker cap to outline. You would be able to read it from further.
Tak - I like how you fixed you K. Everything is nice and proportioned.
Once you feel you got that down, I would say progress some more style into it. Also maybe try adding lInes in your 3d
Nodrips. I think you should tone down the style a bit. Do something more simple and work on proportions
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^its him, i was there when he did this
Started on some ceiling tiles for my shop
Some little tiles for the edges.
Not many words.
I was working more on can control. Testing out ironlaks for the first time...
^looks cool buck, the midde white and black tile in the bottom picture and the skull are my favorites of the bunch, u should do one with a dollar sign on it lol...not very original but would still look cool
the ones with out letters on them look good. What I suggest you do, is take a color that you aint care about, or a can that has like half or less in it, and practice your simple abc's and or whatever you want to write with the can. Start with small letters, holding the can real close to the practice surface, and then work your way out. Im sure your capable, and you'll find that repitition with a spray can will teach you what works with your type of hand movements and what doesnt. The ultimate goal is to make clean confident lines, that dont make your letters look bad. Kinda trial and error, but after like 10 minutes of you doing that, im sure it will show when you take it back to the tiles
I just go by trial and error and it's really holding me back.
I was mainly focused on no drips and trying to make shit even.
I'm getting the hang of
It pretty quick.
I think the crown is my favorite. Just wish I would have gotten the black fade smoother. Oh well. Shit happens. Lol
At the rate your going, you'll be able to paint whatever you draw with ease. Its like anything else the more you do it the easiar it becomes. Between the walls u did and the tiles, it seems like the weak point just lies with your letters, control of the handstyle, and ideas/structure of the pieces ya dig? cause everything else looks like you got the can control, or idea of cuts down pretty well
Lol im diggin the new gif^
Guess I haven't been stalking you hard enough lately.
A new wall? bro it's been raining here for like 4 days straight...
MASTAH- No doubt! Thanks for the tips! Much appreciated.
I'm gonna get down on some hand style tomorrow. Im diggin the "B" as my sig.
I need to start posting some up and get some pointers on that shit. I hate that it's my weak point because it's my SIG! Kinda ruins a piece when I got shitty hand style. Practic makes perfect right? Lol
Thanks again for all the help.
You assholes got me addicted to paint. Lol
Naw. I appreciate all the help fellas!
First attempt at a fairly simple piece. Pissed though I fucked up on the A and my homie used all my damn red so I couldn't cut it out. And the shine in the 3D is terrrrible I know its the first time ive ever drawn it out, even on paper. but crits? harsh criticism please, not straight up shit talk cause you all sound like fuckin idiots when you go off
Man that's pretty tight for a first piece. It's not proportioned is some spots tho like the T. Also you went kinda think in the center of that K, the K itself looks tight but it's the thinnest part of all letters. I would suggest trying to make your other letters get thinner sOmewhere or make the K even. Hope u get what I mean by that. It's not very clean in certain spots. Your black outline on the bottom of the A almost disappears. The right side of the A is straight and kinda boring lol. Not bad for a first piece tho