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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by Fube, Apr 10, 2008.
Learn from mistakes.
Again not been on in a while so here's a few throwies
Keep it simple
I like that. Just a few bits I would add the bottom bar on the H and make the right leg on the R a bit more prominent and make the O follow a similar curve like the R? I took a screen shot and painted it on to show what I mean. It’s all just my opinion you may not like the changes I’ve mentioned that’s cool,
I'm pretty sure he writes Herd not Hero. I like your edits, but that D definitely needs to change to make it more D and not O
Just looking for any quick tips on throwies my first time bombing, sry for the hideous highlighter haven't dug out any of the old supplies. just seeing if anyone could give advice on the shape of this, or any tips on how to do a shadow better while bombing. and is a NY Fat a good cap for fill and outline?
Playin around with a new throwie idea
First one yet, gotta work on my can skills :/ and not doing it on a 45 degree fuckin angle
Ah I see. It’s actually a “ d “. Lol forgot my line at the bottoms. There’s def some errors. But it was a hot spot
I’m working on it bro. Ha.
Kaps2, solid throwie there, lovee the W
Aristo, unique throw, love the idea keep it up.
Askem, Love your aggressive style on that
Cybernos, I'd say to work on your N, try smooth it out a bit. It's a hard letter to use. For the S, fix those lines in the middle, make them a bit more curvy. Practice practice practice
Honestly thought you were a pig big homie but I see you put in work I would suggest saving your paint and hit paper, plenty of cheap options for paper $5 would get you far trust. Hit paper and really get yourself familiarized with style because its lacking hard. No offense big homie but that shits wack. Use paint later use pencil and eraser now. I still use pencil for freestyles sometimes it comes out trash (no stranger to this) but for the most part you will see things you can improve on. Do this with inspiration though, lots of new ideas, locking yourself in a room with no new ideas is the worst thing a writer can do. Look around on the net or in real life for graffiti. How are the throwups constructed line by line? Most good letters imo are made up of 1-3 lines (sometimes 4), look where they most likely started and ended their lines or letters, this will give you inspiration on letter construction, you know how they drew the letter so you can make variants of them, easy process. Know how and what to practice like proportions, kerning(letterspacing), flow, letter construction, styles, steady handedness, shit like that. You won't have it in your first few years that's guaranteed you'll feel like you'll never get better but keep pushing that's how you come out on top with your own shit big homie
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