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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by Fube, Apr 10, 2008.
practice on noteboooks .there was rough times where i
had to use paper that had anything with a blank space on it to
be your own critic.
ask for critique about your werk from others.
dont give up
win your batttles
compare tags, throws ,pieces, from other legends to your very own werk
that you do.
the results ,having fun.
its old just wanna post smth
still learning but heres sum
easy points to start praccing on paper with before wasting paint
make letters the same size
make letters go to same direction (A goes from low point to high on left side unlike the others)
they look too big in this picture, missing flow
the writing and marks inside letters would look better outside of letters, like under the drip (which is biggest ive ever seen probably)
Started doing graffiti like...less than a year ago. I got some stickers a few days ago, and I went kinda crazy so here's a few of em'. My "v" needs some work tho ngl.
don't draw on stickers before u do good throw
I've practiced on paper way before I started drawing on stickers, I didn't go in blind. If you're talking about actual throws on walls then you don't need to do them first. Imo it's better to practice them first before doing them in the streets
He was saying your throw letter suck. You lack letter structure which is important. Your V doesn't look like a V with the weird knobs on top, and your R doesn't make sense structurally.
I feelnlike your using things you've seen, but don't understand their use or their contribution to the overall structure of the letter.
Throwie, it says Gumby. Crits needed plz
Your U and M don't look like a U and M, the M looks kinda like a weird H or K. Don't worry about getting fancy yet, just simple and clean and it will slowly evolve into more.
My B is weak, but I was trying to stay within your current style more or less, you get the idea.
I also made this one
I would say the same applies. Some letters lack structure and/or look like other letters.
You're getting ahead of yourself. Simple and clean should be your focus. You don't need all the drips, extra lines and bullshit. Don't over complicate it. It's a throw not a piece.
Once you get really good at simple and clean then you can add some style or characters or whatever because by then you'll have a better understanding of it all.
I been a part of this community for around 20yrs and never posted! This website used to be so different! But looking at some of these throwies makes me wanna post mine up for some feedback! Bout to get flamed but interested to hear how I can turn my throwie up!
Not a huge fan of the disconnected leg on the R, comes off like CP.EP, unless that's what your going for, and the first seems a bit cheesy to me, but you have the right idea, just keep at it.
Maybe try elongating you letters or little tweaks like that.
I can't draw for shit on my phone, but try your R with a little space connecting the right leg like this maybe.
Any feedback for this throw? Should I change the proportions, the shadows, etc?
I would say it's a good start, seems like you have the right idea and just need to do it more. Nothing wrong with painting if it's a legal spot. But I would work on adding in a little style to your letters in a book.
Study some different throw types and find a style you like. Don't copy it necessarily but in the beginning there is nothing wrong with getting a little inspiration.
A lot of personal style comes with practice and being able to write fast. Keep at it!
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