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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by Fube, Apr 10, 2008.
bro im from pa 610 is a pa area code
FL - fix up the 3d and it should be nice and clean
Eack - i think if you went white with a black outline or something i'd be abit easier to read, its still pretty fire though
another one here lol
i was just wonderin cuz ive never did throwie style iss it just bubble letters?
" throw-up or "throwie" sits between a tag and a piece in terms of complexity and time investment. It generally consists of a one-color outline and one layer of fill-color. Easy-to-paint bubble shapes often form the letters. A throw-up is designed for quick execution, to avoid attracting attention to the writer. Throw-ups are often utilized by writers who wish to achieve a large number of tags while competing with rival artists. Most artists have both a tag and a throw-up that are pretty much fixed compared to pieces. It is mostly so because they need to have a recognizable logo for others to identify them and their own individual styles."
true..well im gunna try 1 idk how im gunna do they look pretty simple..yo i want a 1v1 with a throwie battle that would be kool..
Thx bro when i get a chance ill fix it up and post it right now im in serious need of a handstyle
i might get in on that battle depends ont he word though...
i cant come up with a s i liek for the life of me man,the one on this throw i tried basing off my little 6 throw but dont think it came out to great :/
i was thinkin i juss do my name an u do urs or letes do-RITE
word,im down for that i'll have mine up in a bit if....
ya ur gunna have to do it cuz i dont no how to post forums like that unless were doin here...would i send u my copy..
yo u ready?
go to http://www.rewards1.com/index.php?referrer_id=177653
post your or pm it to me and i'll poll it i guess :/
smooth- im surprised you're having trouble with the s as that is probably the easiest letter and x's are the complete opposite, anyway you should just try some of the basic ones if trying to find a fancy one isn't working out, eventually you'll get an idea. and on your second one the i reminds me of fube, the t is a little hard to see its a t because the line on the left is quite small. also, the top of all your letters seem to curve aprt from the top of the r, you should try make the r more like the others, otherwise thats nice
veo- its ok for a base but put some sort of whole on the e and o, its not so important on the o but make sure you do it on the e, other than that just keep experimenting
sneak- make sure all your letters are the same size and are in a line, also, dont worry about filling them in for now, what i did was get a big pad i had like a 200 page one and just sit their thinking of ideas, eventually you'll get a good one which you'll develop. its also good when you look back in it abd you're stuck on something and it just gives you inspiration, i've got at least 100 throwie ideas but i only really work on a few and its mainly my current style which im trying to develop
crase?- its a bad angle, go back and get a straight on one if you can, from what i can see it looks ok apart from the a and possibly the r but i cant really see
cos- thats it you're gettin their but the main thing to remember is that you never have a final throwie, it can almost always get better, don't settle on it until you're guaranteed it can be no better and keep experimenting
Rite - that throw is fire!!!
Pocs/Pacs - im not sure if it says pacs or pocs, but you should stick with your original throw looks good.
Crits on this please?
ba you need to hit the books..somethin serious
lets go bombing - i think it will look really good once you start workin with it some more
smooth nuts - dope
it sais rite i was gunna battle smooth
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crits? they're my first throw ups
second copy that i did
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