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Needed more space lol or I needed to draw it smaller so just pen for this piece at the moment. I love the realistic 3d look I'm far from that but one I will get it

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some stuff I been doin lately, the colorful one looks pretty toy but tell me what you guys think

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On 4/13/2020 at 8:01 PM, Ray40 said:

some stuff I been doin lately, the colorful one looks pretty toy but tell me what you guys think

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Work on your keyboard letters bro. Basics before wilds. Work on getting even size bars within simple block letters before adding the checks and flashes and arrows. 

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On 4/17/2020 at 8:21 AM, Aristo said:

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Think you need to work on angling the X the same as the other letters.

 

Also I’d drop the 3D shadow until you get a solid shape on the letters and then use a ruler or something else straight edge and draw equal length lines in the same direction starting from every corner on the side you want the 3D.  

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3 hours ago, ASOHL1 said:

Think you need to work on angling the X the same as the other letters.

 

Also I’d drop the 3D shadow until you get a solid shape on the letters and then use a ruler or something else straight edge and draw equal length lines in the same direction starting from every corner on the side you want the 3D.  

Yeah I agree the X was off. It was some experimental stuff and I was trying to get adjusted to it. I wasn’t trying to do 3D though, it was a just a shit drop shadow 

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@Ray40 You are getting better. A lot better. But I still say try just writing normal block and bubble letters. How can we ever understand shape and balance of structures if we can just write our name? Here are my thoughts.  The circles are the negative space. The R and A have a bunch while the Y has none. Making it off balance.  Also the arrows are where I think you could make the have your letters the same height. The R and Y both sit oddly. With the A in the middle of your name you have a good strong letter . It basicly has four corners. Giving tones of options for shape.

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On 4/13/2020 at 8:46 AM, Giant said:

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See how the P curves in but the O doesn't. It looks off. 

 

Letters are pretty cleans. Might try to fix the spacing just a little.

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8 hours ago, ASOHL1 said:

Pencil sketches. Gunna re do the drips between H & L. First time trying them.

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Get those drips JUST right and properly colour this in and you're Golden.

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I'm a toy....I admit it

 

I love straight letters tho so I've been biting off other artists.

 

I chose the name DENS cuz I like those letters alot.

 

 

 

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Laptop Drivers

 

Glad this thread hasn't completely died... it's my "Community Service" thread. 

 

@glorydays- I'll spend some time tonight sketching out your name to show you some simple ways to build the word DENS out. The first handful of pages have potential, you just need some direction. The last two pages you've taken things too far without having that direction. I would hang onto those pages so in a couple months you can compare your progress and see where you were. 

 

I like that you're sketching out the simple letter shape before adding the Graffiti bits and bobs to the letter. That's definitely helping you keep your letter structure intact. 

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12 hours ago, Joker said:

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Glad this thread hasn't completely died... it's my "Community Service" thread. 

 

@glorydays- I'll spend some time tonight sketching out your name to show you some simple ways to build the word DENS out. The first handful of pages have potential, you just need some direction. The last two pages you've taken things too far without having that direction. I would hang onto those pages so in a couple months you can compare your progress and see where you were. 

 

I like that you're sketching out the simple letter shape before adding the Graffiti bits and bobs to the letter. That's definitely helping you keep your letter structure intact. 

YES

 

I was hoping you'd help me out.

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13 hours ago, glorydays said:

@JokerI want to progress to pieces

 

if there are any steps that you can list out or milestones.

Well, the tried and true method is learning straight letters really well. Based on the first few pages you posted I’d say you’re obviously putting in the effort on that end, but I would encourage you to sketch single letters over and over, and not worry so much about how your D connects to your E, and so on. Just focus on how your letters look by themselves. Don’t worry about making them all Graffiti-like, just make them look simple, and smooth. Channel your inner MBER or GESER. 
 

Once you get decent at simple letters you can move onto stuff like the sketches below. From there it’s a slippery slope to semi-wilds and wildstyles. After that... you sell out completely and only do abstract art on canvas for galleries. 


 

 

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13 hours ago, Joker said:

Well, the tried and true method is learning straight letters really well. Based on the first few pages you posted I’d say you’re obviously putting in the effort on that end, but I would encourage you to sketch single letters over and over, and not worry so much about how your D connects to your E, and so on. Just focus on how your letters look by themselves. Don’t worry about making them all Graffiti-like, just make them look simple, and smooth. Channel your inner MBER or GESER. 
 

Once you get decent at simple letters you can move onto stuff like the sketches below. From there it’s a slippery slope to semi-wilds and wildstyles. After that... you sell out completely and only do abstract art on canvas for galleries. 


 

 

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Thank you, bro...I'll keep updating with my straight letters

 

What I want to know is how you keep your font consistent throughout the word.

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