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I wanna Practice On My Pieces....But I Don't Know How!...Can Some One Tell me an effective way to practice....i know i start out simple..block, bubbles etc etc...but do i fill up notebooks or what? i heard somewhere copy cereal boxs fonts....well idk can i get some feed back plz@:p

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yeah read the back of froot loops and it shows you how to paint and everything.

some times theres a free on the run marker in the box.:D

 

close this thread.

if oyu wanna know post your shit in the TOYS POST HERE THREAD.

read thread titles before you post,

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I wanna Practice On My Pieces....But I Don't Know How!...Can Some One Tell me an effective way to practice....i know i start out simple..block' date=' bubbles etc etc...but do i fill up notebooks or what? i heard somewhere copy cereal boxs fonts....well idk can i get some feed back plz@:p[/quote']

 

 

Fill up 15 thick large blackbooks. If you do that, you should have developed something worth looking at by then... maybe :)

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i only said cereal boxes because in the graffiti bible for toys or whatever its called someone said to look at the font on the box....

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i only said cereal boxes because in the graffiti bible for toys or whatever its called someone said to look at the font on the box....

 

 

i said corn pops because they seriously put graff style things on their boxes , and it looks better then some of the stuff posted in the toy thread

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then why make fun of me?

or are you guys just that mean...nvm..

its im not tough enough huh!

BRB BOOT CAMP!

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the point of practicing block letters it to get a basic feel on how perspective works. try block letters in different ways, make it look like its coming out of the ground, or from the left or right. dont connect them, just make them the same size and keep them close. you can practice coloring techniques on em also, like make different outlines with certain colors around the letters and other random stuff. when your ready to move on you will know because connecting and shit wont be that hard, and letter structure will seem to come to you easier.stay away from shading and other shit that makes 3d look extreme.

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