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Graffiti Verite #4 ((What a joke))

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Feäà m3, Sep 26, 2003.

  1. Feäà m3

    Feäà m3 New Jack

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    Graffiti Verite #4 ((What a joke))

    Discussion started by Feäà m3 - Sep 26, 2003

    April 8, 2003..."Two-time winner of the International Graffiti Art Competition
    "SANO" teaches you the basics of the Graffiti Art Form.

    The GV4 Graffiti video presented by moviemaker Bob Bryan gives you a refreshing
    insight to the Underground Art Form. SANO guides you patiently through both the
    basic and the more complex spray techniques for both walls and canvases.

    The video starts out with SANO making a ruff sketch and presenting his ideas
    for the wall piece. He brings you with him on an enjoyable artistic journey
    while teaching important spray techniques and making examples.

    SANO takes his ideas from his ruff sketch book to the wall by Pre Sketching and
    making Technical Design Considerations and continues by doing detail work with
    Spray Cans, making 3D effects, adding shadows, shaping up of letters and
    finally reviewing the entire production.

    SANO then begins on a Canvas Project. He starts out by showing how to prepare
    the canvas, and then from using a black and white picture of 2pac Shakur he
    creates a portrait using only black and white spray paint. The Photo Realism
    Techniques is presented in an easy-to-understand way that makes you want to
    learn. One of the best things about this film is that it presents the art form
    with the artists own words."
     
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  2. Feäà m3

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    Feäà m3 - Replied Sep 26, 2003

    Woops!

    Soory bout that. Wrong place for this! Someone Move this junk! Thanks!
     
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  3. peter N0rth

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    peter N0rth - Replied Sep 26, 2003

    FLICKS?????
     
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  4. casekonly

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    casekonly - Replied Sep 26, 2003

    you know, the canvas part actually sounds interesting to me...the rest is kind of wack. you gotta pay dues...
     
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    casekonly - Replied Sep 26, 2003

    http://www.graffitiverite.com/GV4covermaster.JPG'>

    [img]http://www.graffitiverite.com/f-deluxe3.GIF'>

    and here are stills from the vid

    [img]http://www.graffitiverite.com/SanoSketch.JPG'>

    [img]http://www.graffitiverite.com/Sanogirl.JPG'>

    [img]http://www.graffitiverite.com/sanobuff.JPG'>

    [img]http://www.graffitiverite.com/Canhand.JPG'>

    [img]http://www.graffitiverite.com/Wallspeaks2sano.JPG'>


    [img]http://www.graffitiverite.com/Sano&Tupac.JPG'>



    i retract my previous statement on the last post
     
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  6. iloveboxcars

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    iloveboxcars - Replied Sep 26, 2003

    sano is an ugly ass name. it reminds me of a dr. evil type character.
     
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  7. casekonly

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    casekonly - Replied Sep 26, 2003

    makes me think of drain cleaner or toilet bowl pucks...those smelly things that hang in the toilet...
     
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  8. space base

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    space base - Replied Sep 26, 2003

    Ive never heard of sano.
     
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  9. mikro137

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    mikro137 - Replied Sep 26, 2003

    http://www.graffitiverite.com/Sano&Tupac.JPG'>

    im done here . :lol: