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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by Kayone707, Sep 6, 2004.

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  1. what4joke...

    what4joke... Senior Member

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    well. if you want to improve. i think thats what your asking, then change it up ya know. totally fuck with your letters till there good! and you painted 4 to 5 times a day!! holy shit!
     
  2. inpho_211

    inpho_211 Senior Member

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    but i wanna learn the fucking wild style shit,do i just aim for that or slowly build by learning different styles?
    any tips will help?
    Inpho-211-OTC
     
  3. what4joke...

    what4joke... Senior Member

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    yo like i siad fuck wit you letters, start of more simple with like maybe some straighter bars then like pipes (kinda my thing) and ya know you'll get better like we all do
     
  4. inpho_211

    inpho_211 Senior Member

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    aight thanks bro talk to you later .Inpho211
     
  5. Sarto

    Sarto Senior Member

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    question about a canvas.

    so i preped a cavas with some colourplace black white and red.
    let it dry and tried to go to work with some decos.
    but the decos kept friging up/sticking to the cavas and straight up not working?

    got any sugestions ?>
     
  6. Black Flag

    Black Flag Elite Member

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    Either

    A) Still not dry, should be zero tackiness.
    or
    B) You got a bootleg canvas that is too soft and/or rough to use decos on.

    Make sure to use your deco's in a black book or something first to check if they are working properly.
     
  7. joker954

    joker954 Elite Member

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  8. pandemik

    pandemik Senior Member

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    anybody know of anybody writing sane?
     
  9. Facedorateur

    Facedorateur Senior Member

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    Check on bombingscience's picture galleries, Flickr.com, 12oz, etc.
    Do your research
     
  10. sank.

    sank. Senior Member

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    has anyone used the new montana 92 cans? how do they compare to the hardcore ones?

    and a little side note, i saw some montana gold cans at a local art store. i go to ask the guy at the register how much they are and he says 10.25... i actually lol'd.
     
  11. urmomsayshi

    urmomsayshi Senior Member

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    im planning to roller a bridge that hasnt been painted at all yet
    do i need to use oil based paint or will latex based hold up to the weather?
     
  12. thatgraffkid410

    thatgraffkid410 Senior Member

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    doesnt matter i like to use latex based paints for roller they stay up just as long and oil based drys up and get nasty if sits to long
     
  13. BigBlueViolence

    BigBlueViolence Elite Member

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    If you use latex make sure that it's exterior
     
  14. Aced

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    I've got a few questions for you guys.

    First off...whats the best way to practice shadows? I just can't get shadows down for the LIFE OF ME. I have a nice style now that I like, but the shadows get me every time. It always ends up looking so crappy.

    I usually do marker/stencil stuff...so I'm new to painting really. It sounds so dumb...but how far away should I hold the can from what I am painting on? I have a variety of different caps, but all my lines always come out either way to thick or VERY drippy. Whats the technique I'm missing here.

    Thanks for any insight. Peace.
     
  15. Dessik

    Dessik Member

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    So can you go painting with a regular store bought can or do yo have to have caps?
     
  16. Facedorateur

    Facedorateur Senior Member

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    1) Just look up some picks on the internet and try and copy the shadow (and the letter it goes with) + practice makes perfect

    2) 6 to 8 inches (thats the popular saying (banksy says 8)). + dont spray in one spot for too long, thats what causes the drip, i also depends if the surface is wet or not. I recommend trying to spray in daylight, just to get the hang of it (helped me alot)

    Yes you can, get down with the stock caps, if your a master with stockcaps, imagine what you ccan do with the other onez
     
  17. Dessik

    Dessik Member

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    i can paint with them they just kill my fingers grrrrr!
     
  18. Facedorateur

    Facedorateur Senior Member

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    it did that to me at first
    now its pretty ok
    And its just because your finger is not used to holding something down for that long, they get small cramps
     
  19. joker954

    joker954 Elite Member

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    i got a q
    i see those letter stickers round, like the ones hard ass fuhhhhh to get off
    were can u get those?
     
  20. pandemik

    pandemik Senior Member

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