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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by (SoS)Viruz, Mar 14, 2009.
hell yes dude I really wanna be in the crew your in what is it?
I don't know about all that but I think what you are referring to some people call "tip shading"... and I agree, you can get good results with it IF you have the right pen.
I found the another ball point it is a lil better I guess I'll just have to keep trying different pens till I find one I like
Also some ball point pen art is made using the ink and a homemade rub stick...it's good to be aware of that so you know why some of it might look so smooth.
When people talk about something to pass along information it helps them with they're own learning process because they are re edifying or rediscovering the subject smart ass.
A bit cleaner
Home depot dolor can black fill
If you wanna see good art then hit up an art gallery cuz this aint it, fuckboys!
Can someone bless me wit sum crits?
Everything is in a good spot to build off of... spend some time and make your colouring solid and crisp. It’ll do wonders for your overall finished look. As far as letter structure goes stick with these simpler letters and when you sketch do them a few times and see how you can flow them into one another or add extensions off of areas to fill out or exaggerate parts of your structure. All without losing the letter structure. It takes time so give yourself a break and just have fun with it. When you feel like you’re in a slump is when you need to push the hardest. Even if you want to hang it up ,fight through those times because it’s then that you’ll find you truly evolve. Think of it like levels in a game. Early on you’ll learn a lot of things and you’ll feel those little level ups often , but as you go on through the years the time between those gets longer and longer. At least in my experience. Constantly stripping down style and rebuilding letterforms stronger than before. But it takes a loooong time. You’ll never be satisfied with your work enough to feel you ‘made it’ . And you never should because then you might as well hang it up . You won’t learn anymore being in that mindset. Sketching is great and I encourage it a lot. That said you need to paint enough to balance it. Your handstyle and can control should develop equally or faster than your ability to draw and do pieces.
<bro a crew is always a good eyedea><i spell it with an eye because all ideas come from the third eye><so whats good though who tryna buy me some spraypaint lol?>
Thank you Keep. That's probably the most solid advice that I've received in a long time.
damn, we got a dude here in lebanon that writes Barok and I swear this looks EXACTLY like his shit. Sorry if this starts some shit, but look him up
Can I post on this thread? Some crits would be nice too
Found a few but found more of you lol instead
Hey elbo thanks for super long explanation of what i was doing wrong i was super busy so I didn't have time to respond but you helped me
I new it was you bombing writer .
Aemer..no doubt brotha this last shit was nice that's why I didn't say eny thing .cus it wouldn't be a real crit it would be just knit picking. But honestly I like it I like the smaller e.. maybe try makeing your outline a bit thicker so it will make your thiners lines look sharper. But it's looking good
Thanks, i think i should get a better black marker because this one was almost empty and writes terribly lol
I use a bic pen . Just over and over and over takes a while but looks good
A lil work progress
hey elbowmack will you do me a scribble on paper? I write jest
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