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3-d's or flats?

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by Hesk347, Jun 22, 2002.

  1. Hesk347

    Hesk347 Guest

    . recently ive been painting like everyweek and i've developed a three dimensional style.I always thought that 3d's were hard as hell but there not to me, well when it comes to flats on walls(burners,wildstyles,etc.)i suck,but not on paper though.some people say 3d's are hard while others say their not.Yeah well anyways we need to stop that anti-graff shit going on ....Paint tha world!!!:king: