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

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  1. Neg_INFLUENZ

    Neg_INFLUENZ Guest

    how can i get better at 3D on my lettering? and how can i get better with bars? yes even my bars suck!
     
  2. Fube

    Fube Elite Member

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    with 3d try whats called a "vanishing point" and use a ruler at first. but google vanishing point and it should explain in better detail what the "new to graff" thread didnt.

    do u think tiger woods picked up a golf club and just busted 350yards off the tee?

    no, u have to practice hommie. theres somethings where only u can help yourself.

    start smoking?
     
  3. (SoS)Viruz

    (SoS)Viruz Elite Member

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    No dont Smoke.....Lol.

    But Basicly what you could do for some Inspiration is look at the Big Boy thread. But as your Bars go....Just Stay with Block Buster and Do letter at a time until you think they clean and good. Then the next one.....But It come with Time and Practice.
     
  4. RhodeIsland

    RhodeIsland Elite Member

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    But make sure you dont get to much ''inspiration'' from the ''big boys'' lol
     
  5. Fube

    Fube Elite Member

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    hahaha bullshit. u guys are at the one time in your graffiti carrier where u can bite the shit out of someone and get away with it.

    but, there are some limitations.

    its is only to advance your style. dont ever post something u bit and pass it off as your own. EVER.

    if u do no matter what someone is gunna call u on it.

    keep your bites to yourself and expand on them. make it your style with infulence.

    theres a difference between a heavy influence and straight up biting.

    the whole idea is to make u better while giving props to the writer that "inspired" u.
     
  6. Neg_INFLUENZ

    Neg_INFLUENZ Guest

  7. (SoS)Viruz

    (SoS)Viruz Elite Member

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    Lol. But if your Viruz.....you get told the STFU and then spit some fire out lol.
     
  8. Syk X

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    has anyone used the krylon with the built in "ez touch 360 dial" for controling the spray direction?? are they any good?
     
  9. RhodeIsland

    RhodeIsland Elite Member

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    NO THEY ARE HORRIBLE! do not get em
     
  10. Syk X

    Syk X Member

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    ok thanks man. I'll be sure to steer clear
     
  11. diggitydoggz

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    couple questions:
    1) people always tell us toys to practice simples/bars. what should we keep in mind while practicing them to get the most out of them and when can we move on from them?

    2) is it better to not look at graffiti and develop completely your own style or look at pieces and try to mimic them but in your own way?

    3) what are those pieces that people do on the big UPS envelopes?
     
  12. RhodeIsland

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    1)Look at your keyboard and draw those letters with NO add-ons or extensions, you can move on when someone not toy tells you you can
    h
    2) This question was pretty much answered a page back

    3) They are stickers
     
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  13. diggitydoggz

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    what i meant by the first question was what should we be thinking about working on specifically while drawing the simples? also for simples i know you said keyboard letters but i see a lot of people doing more varied simples... so basically should i just practice them like this guy's:

    ai44.tinypic.com_33aezhh.jpg

    or is this type of simple good practice too (not mine, taken from another forum)

    [Broken External Image]:http://img413.imageshack.us/img413/5646/dsc01123.jpg
     
  14. RhodeIsland

    RhodeIsland Elite Member

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    The First one untill your letter structure gradually improves

    If you keep doing your name in keyboard letters it will improve over time and it will come naturally

    I'm reaally not the best at giving advice if you cant tell lol
     
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  15. Facedorateur

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    Start by keeping your bars the same size
     
  16. FrownzDS

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    Question:

    as far as doing burners, what is the best way to start?
     
  17. RhodeIsland

    RhodeIsland Elite Member

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    If you really have to ask you are not ready.. Don't try
     
  18. cds_dogg665544

    cds_dogg665544 Senior Member

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    whats the nibs made from on the window chalk markers? are the nibs animal friendly?
     
  19. RhodeIsland

    RhodeIsland Elite Member

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    They are made out of baby rabbit hearts, tears of puppies and cat fur..
     
  20. HADES.

    HADES. Senior Member

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    hahahahaaaa


    yo and to the other cat,
    always do ur block letters, it will develope your straight letter.

    do straight letters first.
    throwies will develope from the straight letter.
    and pieces are straight letters, with extensions, cuts and other ill shit.

    SO if you have your straight letter down. you have ur shit together.