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Chose My Throwie Style, please.

Discussion in 'Paper Chase' started by Ethreadzny2, Jan 5, 2004.

  1. Ethreadzny2

    Ethreadzny2 12oz Veteran Member

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    Chose My Throwie Style, please.

    Discussion started by Ethreadzny2 - Jan 5, 2004

    Which out of these throwie styles should I work with to try and perfect. 1,2,3, 0r 4...

    and please give me any suggestions on them, I am still working on suggestions for my pieces from my last thread. Thanks for the advice.



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    *edit- throwie four taken out because of wackness.
     
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  2. Ethreadzny2

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    Ethreadzny2 - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    f-it throwie four is ugly as sin. dont count that one.
     
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  3. StarzAbove

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    StarzAbove - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    Throwie 1 but i dont like the L's
     
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  4. Ethreadzny2

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    Ethreadzny2 - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    ^ do you suggest coming out more with the L' maybe less round at the bottom?
     
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  5. mangoria

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    mangoria - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    I would take throwie #1 with the R of throw #2.

    edit: wrong numbers...
     
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  6. Ethreadzny2

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    Ethreadzny2 - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    starzabove here is a little alteration of the l, does it look better then the first? and mangoria, I hear you, I am going to try mixing it up, see how it looks.

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  7. --zeSto--

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    --zeSto-- - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    my suggestion...

    avoid the pointy edges like in the first one
    and use 1 single line for the 'holes' in the R and the O.
    You know what I mean by that? Dont use a circle, just s 'slit'.
    And then make the 'down slit' of the Y match the spacing.
    I'd also have the bottom line of the L curve upwards.
    In all those ones you have (especially #2) the last line
    curves down and bends out the shape from the rest of the throw.

    hope that's what you wanted.

    K7!
     
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  8. JayFo

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    JayFo - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    throwie number one... cept like the secon green one... altohugh I hate ya R its like missin on the top left where you put that pointy part of whatever, i dont like it much. The O is alright and so is the y, cept i personally like all the same sized letters, but yea... the style you got goin with that one is the best just keep changin it arounda bit til it looks better... i think ya heaidn ina good direction with that one.

    Also... I like the number 2 it's more or less a throwie to me. Although people like Ja do those. For exmaple... ya throwie #1 would be Ja's throw with the lowercase a and the next would be the one he does that just traight simple letters with his capital A. I just dunno, i don't think those are throws really, more just simples that are done up quick when bombin... throws to me or more the traditional bubble letter type shit.
     
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  9. Ethreadzny2

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    Ethreadzny2 - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    I hear you all. traditional bombing I agree should be round and bubbly. The pointy thing is something I have been f-ing around with. It doesnt really work in less you perfect it, which I certainly havent. Kilo7- your right man, The slits would work better, I am going to give that a try. and Jayfo, your absoultly right about sizing the letters in agreement. Iget a little out of hand. anyways I am going to work on that also.
     
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    afraidoflife - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    H O L
     
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  11. Ethreadzny2

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    Ethreadzny2 - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    ^till the day I die.
     
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    ERIZENO - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    my thought for you .... use them all ... and then add more to the mix. the more you do the same ones that are slightly diffrent and add new ones the better you will be over all. kinda like ... say you choose one of these and run with it all the time you will only ever get better at that one, not showing much diversity. a good example of a big name writer who has tons of diffrent styles .. totem !!! look at more and more of his stuff and see what i mean.

    just dont hold yourself to one style !!!! it will hurt your style in the long run.
     
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  13. Ethreadzny2

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    Ethreadzny2 - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    good point man. diversity is important.
     
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    Ethreadzny2 - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    another drawing from kilo7 and jayfo's suggestions. I am bored and been sick, so here you go.

    [​IMG]
     
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    AWER - Replied Jan 5, 2004

    fix up your handsteez
     
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