Still working on my throw... I swapped in an E which makes the whole thing easier to work with. I know it's not there yet but I reckon there's some potential here... any crits would be appreciated. [Broken External Image]:http://s5.postimg.org/itifj1ph3/th1.jpg [Broken External Image]:http://s5.postimg.org/wogq1ijw7/th2.jpg [Broken External Image]:http://s5.postimg.org/emxl3ppvb/th4.jpg [Broken External Image]:http://s5.postimg.org/5t6omm2wn/th5.jpg [Broken External Image]:http://s5.postimg.org/ty7e4bn7b/th7.jpg --------------------------- May as well throw out my opinion on some of the other throws in the thread, take it or leave it. My graff isn't that great and my ability to critique graff / awareness of what works is still in development. Obviously I can tell what looks fucking fresh I mean that's probably one of the reasons we get into graff - seeing other peoples shit and just thinking how good it looks. I'll just offer my suggestions in an attempt to be helpful but take it with a grain of salt it comes down to what you want but hopefully an outside perspective might have some sort of benefit... @thespine - the top pic isn't too bad, imo it's got some flow there and I like the letters. I reckon you could do more with that A though and just keep working on making things clean and tidy. I like the one with the black fill, it's got a cool style and it seems to work from my perspective. @grabs - I'm referring to your first post on the page. Personally I'm not really feeling the first two pics. I reckon there's potential for a really phat looking throw there but I'd suggest working on getting your letters in proportion and just getting that clean sort of flowy-ness happening. The WOES throw is pretty cool but again I can see your letters are a little out of proportion so just try to get your perspective on lock. The last pic, the top OVAR with the heart on the O looks nice man, just be careful with that A you could probably get it looking less like an O. In your second post again I'd just say keep watch on your letter proportion, your coming out with some pretty stylish letters which is cool and there's definitely flow there, but I'd just encourage you to keep an eye on your proportion / perspective / symmetry of the letters and the overall throw. That straight letter DSINE in the 6th picture looks sick man. @gooby - looks cool man. Did you do that with cans? @cats - stick to the books man, come back with some throws on paper and we'll critique them. You need to actually have a decent basis for a throw before you start painting. @beaver - I'd suggest getting a bit more flow into your throw. Maybe work in a repeating pattern along the top of your letters like a point or a right angle or specific curve - you know what I mean? the B E and A all seem to flow together, the V is a bit off though it kind of stands out - in a bad way. It's simple which is cool and you can see the flow happening with the first three letters, maybe just get that V to flow with the other letters, keep that flow running through it, tidy it up a bit and then try adding in a bit more style / tech. @big - I would say simplify that up man don't try going so technical. Keep it simple and work on getting the letters to 1. flow together and 2. keep their proportions in relation to the whole throw. @TheMadK - I love it man to me it looks like it's all jiving real nicely, love your hand too. Just thought I'd point out your K looks like a H, and also the last letter looks like an E. Are you writing SKIE or SKIZ because it looks like a SKIE in both your throws and your hand.