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crazy crayola pencil blackbook styles... .

Discussion in 'Paper Chase' started by supercooey, Jun 3, 2003.

  1. supercooey

    supercooey Junior Member

    Joined: Mar 4, 2003 Messages: 156 Likes Received: 0
    crayola is fun times. maybe some of you other guys out there who enjoy such things can post similar flix..
    here's some quick scans of some shit from a new book..

    some silly stuff to start things off

    some really gross fineliner crap

    my boy nesr and his drunken wall throwdowns

    more fun with crayola :eek:

    and again.. sometimes hard to blend with such gay colors

    crazy aspire and his wonderous letterings.. .

    now that laughtime is over, perhaps someone could provide constructive critisism on what i can improve on. i know i need better basic letter structure. still working on it daily. tips on 3ds, fills, or just general help with using crayola pencils for this kind of crap would be greatly appreciated... .

    peace :lick:
  2. 5ive0ero2wo

    5ive0ero2wo New Jack

    Joined: Mar 25, 2003 Messages: 44 Likes Received: 0
    nice sketches, i like that third flik of that dude just fuckin around, tahts nice shit... :D
  3. Vlad

    Vlad Senior Member

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  4. trickone

    trickone New Jack

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    i like the aspire
  5. dork

    dork Member

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  6. TerraRyzeR

    TerraRyzeR Banned

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  7. mogilny

    mogilny Senior Member

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  8. Sickboy

    Sickboy Member

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    And kids....this is why we don't smoke crack.
  9. EveryWhere

    EveryWhere Senior Member

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    Aspire makes his letters flow really well
  10. wade23

    wade23 New Jack

    Joined: May 1, 2003 Messages: 54 Likes Received: 0
    keep working on the letter forms

    aspire is dope...
    my advice on crayola... pencil crayons it looks like?!?

    dont use them. you are right, the colors are gay and you can't blend wit em....

    instead use good art markers like prismacolor or tria theres wicked colors selection!

    you can do slick looking highlights on letters using a white gel pen.

    for outlines what i like best is the pigma micro pens (size 1) or small sharpie markers

    the best writers stylewise are the ones who sketch a lot and keep trying to build skills and innovate... keep it up!!!
  11. greensleeves

    greensleeves Senior Member

    Joined: May 22, 2003 Messages: 1,068 Likes Received: 29
    WOAH! someone finally understands what true sketching power is, i commend you on your transition from paintpens and sharpies to the wonderful world of crayola, you sir are a true artist
  12. supercooey

    supercooey Junior Member

    Joined: Mar 4, 2003 Messages: 156 Likes Received: 0
    greensleeves, thank you for noticing. after years and years of pointless, ugly looking marker and paint pen piecing, it was time for a change. crayola is the way to go, wether you're a budding young artist of six years old like me, or a long term artist that knows whats up.

    wade23: yeah, they're pencil. id usually not work with these, but it's pretty much all i have around - i used to have a dope collection of prismas and paintpens, but the wife tossed them out a few months back cuz the man stepped in and decided it should be illegal for me to posess such things. sure i could get more, but for some reason im enjoying the pencily flow that can ensue. sometimes i feel as if i can get more detail into my shit with the pencils rather than i could with marker/paintpen..

    you mentioned white gelpens for highlights.. you talking on a pencil crayon piece? sounds like it'd probably work quite well. thanks for the tips and such.

    and yes, aspire is quite dope. i love this guy's letter flow. everything ive seen him done burns like hell and i have nothing but mad respect.

    anyways thanks for the replies, and keep the comments/critisizm flowing.. maybe greensleeves would be nice enough to grace this thread with some of his quality, smack-you-up-square-in-the-eye-ish type crayola joints.

    peace out le gang.
  13. some pittsburgh flavor

    some pittsburgh flavor Elite Member

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  14. supercooey

    supercooey Junior Member

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    get a clue, dawg.. .
  15. krie

    krie Guest