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Picking your spots

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by Slaze, Jul 19, 2007.

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  1. ElbowMacK187

    ElbowMacK187 Elite Member

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  2. Sumyser

    Sumyser Member

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    A good piece requires planning and scouting out the area. If you just walk up to a random wall and start painting not knowing about the elderly couple behind you who are going to call the cops on you then that’s your fault for not planning

    MASK_ONE New Member

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    I thought I was the only one that was feeling this way! Being a writer damn near comes naturally. If u don't know who u want to see ur work then u will never know where to put it. I was just explaining to my 6 year old daughter why ppl write graff and she seems to understand. Its like a world wide art club and we all communicate with each other with our art and where we put it. If I want non artists to see my piece I hit the bus stop but if I want other writers to see it I hit the second story fire exit stairs ( or other more writer-like places). What's ur real motivation for writing? When u know the answer to that u will know where to put ur work.

    MASK_ONE New Member

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    I did that same exact thing the other night and almost fell off the building so be careful!
  5. traner_

    traner_ New Member

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    its all in what youre trying to accomplish that day i guess, its not that hard