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

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  1. quickiehand

    quickiehand Senior Member

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    Dunno bout gta 5 but in 4th one, the tags and pieces used was from famous writers. How else would have they made it into the games
     
  2. quickiehand

    quickiehand Senior Member

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    And just pick it if u want, who gives a fuck
     
  3. Abesk

    Abesk Senior Member

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    Aye what y'all know about cameras? I just started bombin heavy and I'm wondering how bad it is to get caught on camera.

    Y'all know anyone that caught a case on that shit?

    Usually if I know I'm on camera I try to hit something that don't belong to the company that owns the camera like an electrical box or some shit like that.
     
  4. 0113

    0113 Senior Member

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    I played a lot of GTA V myself, lately only online and you can see a lot of good pieces around. For example the CHB seems created by someone who knows his stuff.

    Depends. When I was younger I racked a lot of food and drinks from supermarkets, as long as they don't suspect something or other people don't get caught that day they aren't going to watch every single camera back from that period day after day. I guess the same goes for the other companies, if you don't bomb their shit they won't bother to much. But personally I always stick with covering my face when going out painting and coming across a camera. Because with bombing the city/police can get frustrated with your activities and ask companies to give over their images from the camera's if they really want to catch you. For me personally a camera is only a problem if there's someone behind it. If you cover your face, big deal if they see you doing your thing.
     
  5. datguydaze

    datguydaze Senior Member

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    i have a question.but i forgot.
     
  6. dangeri

    dangeri Elite Member

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    Not exactly the same, but check out Peal and Meds btk. They build a lot of wispy bits into their pieces. Would love to be able to rock something like that.
     
  7. datguydaze

    datguydaze Senior Member

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    its basic structure is like old english i used to write like that when i was in school when i was in alternative learning class
     
  8. echoV

    echoV Senior Member

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    u should post a pic of your work
     
  9. datguydaze

    datguydaze Senior Member

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    aaight but might gotta wait till monday so that i can get a blackbook and some 0.5 mm pencils and maybe some markers
     
  10. NSOL-OVER

    NSOL-OVER Member

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    Tinting colors and expanding with water?
    Question on what other people are tinting buckets of paint with for background/buff thats cheap. I get cheap 5 gallons of white and was thinking of busting .99 cent cans in it or something.. tried tempora or wtf ever its called, but it wasnt bold or dark enough, or i didnt add enough. Someone else said food coloring... about to try that tomorrow.
    and watering down paint.?. i imagine the more water you add the more coats you would have to do?
    just trying to get as much use out of it as possible.
     
  11. dangeri

    dangeri Elite Member

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    I use 99p/Pound(or Dollar)Land poster paint to tint white mulsh. Normally get 250-500ml basic colours. Its not great and only gives pastel tones, but covers better than white. Better option in my opinion is to get a good black, then add that to white to give a range of greys. Lasts me for ages that way.
     
  12. NSOL-OVER

    NSOL-OVER Member

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    ok. what about rit dye for clothes, or cheap tattoo ink?
     
  13. dangeri

    dangeri Elite Member

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    Never tried it. I'd also be surprised if you can get that cheaper that poster paint.
     
  14. NSOL-OVER

    NSOL-OVER Member

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    tried the black rit dye, both liquid and powder... only gave a light to medium gray. thought it would work better, but whatever... was into 2.5 gallons
     
  15. Anst

    Anst Member

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    Yo I have recently started graffiti and have tried out a few names and was wondering what you think of the name ANST. I have been working on it for a bit and think it's cool but my mates don't. I have also included a photo of a throwie.

    1518803582863-1606625053.jpg
     
  16. skrit.

    skrit. Senior Member

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    What do they think is wrong with anst? The most important thing is that you like your name.
     
  17. Anst

    Anst Member

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    They say it sounds just like angst without the g
     
  18. Anst

    Anst Member

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    And angst is a bit "edgy"
     
  19. skrit.

    skrit. Senior Member

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    If you want to you could write ansto/ ansta/ ansti as a similar alternative. Lots of writers do that for a longer name if they're not happy with 4 letters. I think anst is fine though.
     
  20. Anst

    Anst Member

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    Thanks I appreciate it