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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by Kayone707, Jun 15, 2005.
WOW. i think i need to change my pants.
bout to hurt ur eyez
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first ever attempt at tht weird acid trip fill lol. wish i had a lighter green down first. also fucked wiv letters a lil....
fuckin double post. my bad AGAIN h34r:
...Sky, Your W, S and R in that work need work... Oh wait, you used Bowsers... I like the E though. I'm not one to talk haha
:edit: Also sky, I can't figure out any way to what you told me (add straight lines into my stuff). I can do the harsh angles good but straight lines won't fit in anywhere for me... help?
Also nemz, I love your M, how it's tilted haha. That's how I like to do my letters
once i figured it out i realized its actually pretty nice. i like it.
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what do you guys think?
Sky - ill shit as always
nemz - nice shit, your stuff is really improvin
startin off with block letters :
movin into more complicated shit (where im at right now)
any crits or ideas. constructive of course
zale lose the lines in the 3d and the stars on the piece awt the bottom i think they make it look pretty dumb. just what i think.
youre going in a good direction i guess, work on your structure, and especially work on your 3-d, it makes no sense
i have it facing the middle. R and most of A have 3d facing the right side, and G and E have it facing the left. makes piece look more centered. ya idk why i put hte stars in it that was the first i did with this style. i stopped though
goddamn. you wanna make my letters more wild?
but seriously, would you mind me pming you for some extra help? i feel a little stuck, but then, i havent been sketching enough lately. but in anycase, the question stands.
FOUND MY CAMERA. FUCK YEAH.
pics coming to a post near you.
ZALE you silly boy. those arent block letters! go back to block letters, this time real ones. and start over, you can move past them fast, but just get them down first. fit each letter into a sqaure. dont overlap nearly so much. stop coloring. use bars.
Bump... not a single crit at all.
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In the first one I didn't like my K or my E but my N and were decent... The second one was just a fuckaround...
i actually like the second one more. just do somethign to the right side of teh w...
Word, I like the second one more, it's less of a pain on the eyes trying to figure out teh first one.
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go back a few steps.
dont have your letters made up of several different "bricks."
at least not like that.
second, make it easier to tell what the letters are, but that should happen as long as you do that first thing.
also some of your 3d doesnt make sense. like that middle bar on the E.
and try to keep all your 3d the same size.
hope that helps.
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Never done a throw before....
bump, just to have a flick up.
feliks, i know its short for jade but jd one from queens has a similar jd throw like that. i suck at throws as well so there arent many crits i can give you besides find a specific destination for your 3d cuz its sorta all over the place, i personally usually do a drop shadow toward the bottom left.
kore two, not feelin it bud, the three d is all over the place, take the same advice i just gave to feliks.
knewsy, i like the k in the second one but everything else looks better in the first. maybe space out the angles in your n a little more, always seems a little squished to me but im really feelin the e and w in the first sketch, maybe dont put the hard angle you have on the 3d in the bottom left, make it smooth like the rest of the 3d, and shade the 3d in so its more defined. (all crits on the first sketch)
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