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@SpawnCamp draw a base line and a top line and practice making your letters evenly fit. Grid paper could also help you gauge some letter scaling....
@Andy B im pretty limited with what stores are open right now, only essential ones.. luckily I work in one but the art stuff is weak as fuck.
Thankyou for the encouragement. I guess I’m hesitant because I’m looking from my wallets perspective. Nuff of that shit.
I actually put colour on something to test out some chalk markers and metallic sharpies. I’m too scared to waste paper in my new book.
If you’re just starting out I’d suggest a 4-5 letter name just to reduce difficulty in learning to write you’re letters. Klipped probaby isn’t...
From the front of my new book
Finally got a blackbook. No more envelopes
Start with a hb pencil for sketching, crayola’s can do the trick for most fills and outlines after tho.
This is for my puppy Kida we just had to...
Gotta get a blackbook before I run outta post. Might try something for that pubes battle
@SUG i like that a lot I’d just bring the flick of the R up to the normal meeting point of the bars.
What are the best colouring pens available in the UK for fills? I wanna upgrade from biros and ballpoints lol. Also don’t want to bleed through...
Got myself a b4dbook. Drawing on a template definitely helps in every way.
Starting to fuck with colours a lot more. Lboe killing as usual. Zoid them blocks are much better than your previous posts bar wise.
@zoup I’d suggest getting your letter’s structure more solid without having them rotated before trying to add the additional parts. Probably...
My bad; I mean it seems like you sketch out your shapes and adjust them the same way I do.
Watching how your sketches change from the initial...
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