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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by Edward"Sezer"Hands, Aug 17, 2007.

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  1. Sprungjitsu

    Sprungjitsu Senior Member

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    Lets all get together and make all of us rich
     
  2. bugs-one

    bugs-one Elite Member

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    That would be nice.
     
  3. MINE2 : C.H.A.P.S. CRU

    MINE2 : C.H.A.P.S. CRU Senior Member

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    Hey Bugs, can you give any tips on shadowing/ 3d? Your shadowing is always clean
     
  4. bugs-one

    bugs-one Elite Member

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    Practice
    Practice. Always keep it the same thickness. Make sure you keep a reference point whether it's to the left, right or middle. That's the most important thing, keep it all going in the same direction.

    Whatever I can you help you out in just let me know.
     
  5. MINE2 : C.H.A.P.S. CRU

    MINE2 : C.H.A.P.S. CRU Senior Member

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    Thanks I'm gonna try doing that
     
  6. hungover

    hungover Elite Member

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    easiest way is to make a vanishing point somewhere. Every corner of your letters will converge at that point. All the horizontal lines just mimic the letter form itself. Pretty simple stuff
     
  7. MINE2 : C.H.A.P.S. CRU

    MINE2 : C.H.A.P.S. CRU Senior Member

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    Thanks bro. I also been practicing that double outline tip you shared. I think it's starting to show in my sketches, my son says that my letters are getting better lol
     
  8. Abesk

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  9. BombingWriter12

    BombingWriter12 Elite Member

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    I am bout to get some potentate markers
     
  10. Urbanophile-666

    Urbanophile-666 Banned

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    Dont poke your eye out.
     
  11. Saverflt

    Saverflt Member

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    stickers in New Zealand you tax from the post office. our version of usps

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  12. Andrew Larsen

    Andrew Larsen New Member

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    I'm from the Vancouver BC area and was wondering if anybody knew of any shops or places I can find graff supplies like paint, markers, mops, caps or anything related. also looking for critiques on my tag. :)
     
  13. Saverflt

    Saverflt Member

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    put your tag in the tagging forum
     
  14. BombingWriter12

    BombingWriter12 Elite Member

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    I never been to a graff shop best thing we have down here is office depot they sell prismacolors and shid
     
  15. SUG

    SUG Senior Member

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    Damn that sucks...theres not a walmart around? Thats were i go for bulk and my good cans hobby lobby...they sell ironlak for 5.99 the cheapest ive seen in store around here! Not very many colors tho i usually just get my black and whites from there.....would it be weird to make a crew name for yourself just for for fun?
     
  16. Tuke

    Tuke Senior Member

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    Making a crew only for urself is fine, it can be a nice addition to write next to your tag etc. Besides who is going to know its a solo crew anyways?
     
  17. SUG

    SUG Senior Member

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    Yea thats what i was thinking...thought it would be something fun to write
     
  18. DAPER

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    When do you guys usually think it's okay to start tagging walls and shit in public rather than just sticking to paper? I'm definitely a toy, but I still have that urge to get out there haha. Should I wait until I'm better or just put it out there? I'm not talking about pieces either, just handstyles.
     
  19. Bants

    Bants Senior Member

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    i can tell you this, it wont take long to get better, and you might regret the stuff you put out as a toy and tarnish your name... in the long run it really dont matter, its just a tag.
     
  20. DAPER

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    For sure, I dig what you're saying. Well I'm currently somewhere for the summer where I can't get out and tag anyways, so I'll be using this time to practice so that when I get home I can put out some quality stuff.