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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by Kayone707, Sep 6, 2004.
sound, wat do u want me to write...savor?
na saw n u still write insane i take it?
yep...ill get on it...
klkl i mite not be able to do it in colour , i ordered some prisma colours so i can colour it when they come.
im doin a digital for ya
quik digital for ya then....SAW
i need some more help lol
i remember like 5- 6 years ago my friend had this program that you can type anyword and the computer will pronounce it for you and i just recently remembered it and i want to know if anyone knew wat its called?
yeh ones called verbose
bump. enter guys.
oh fuck lol its sick ill do yours today
Hey i didnt know where to put this question but you cant in the new to graff thread. But i wanted to know when doing 3d on a piece, can each letter have a different vanishing point or do they all have to go the same way. And after you have the outline and are ready for 3d. do you put it just on the sides or top and bottom or can you put it on a corner? Im confused and everybody keeps sayin look at the new to graff thread but been there done that. Any help would be nice. kthx.
this sorta question is for story but thanks for putting it here and not cluttering up one of the other threads.
With 3D you SHOULD only have one vanishing point or the all the '3D lines' need to be on the same angle. But in saying that I've seen people use multiple, very different, vanishing points and you can't really notice, but it's quite a skill to get this to work. Single vanishing point is the better way to go.
I don't reall get what you're asking in the second part but are you asking where to put the vanishing point or 3D lines?
The vanishing point can be anywhere you like, behind the piece, above it, shit you can even imagine it's down the road if you like.
If you're asking about the 3D lines you should put them where there should be 3D. Do your outline, choose a vanishing point. On your letter draw a line from each corner to the vanishing point, you'll see what 3D needs to be covered by the letter and what needs to be shown, then you'll have to decide where to cut off your 3D.
thanks that answered my question
if you look at mine im using 3 point perspective but wen i bend a side out i also bend the vanashing points to acomadate it....once u get used to sketching in the 3d structre u can calculate it in your head...
i've been wanting to bike the train rails near me for a while, now i know that it says private property and violators get fined and or arrested so my question is what is the best time to bike/walk train tracks so i don't have to dive off the tracks when i see a train or work truck coming down the rails?
deadline this friday ..
join thiiis! new forum!
thats cause its neeeew. help start it up.
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