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4 of my latest Handsteez and 2 old ones

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At the request of Sect one, It was hell getting these up. The first 4 are new (Dbate/Db8 and hits)

 

handsd.jpg

 

handsa.jpg

 

handsb.jpg

 

handsc.jpg

 

As for these last 2, Im not sure if you saw them or not but Im posting again, they arent too old maybe a month, maybe 2. (hits)

 

http://yourphotos.com/users/1653/hitsa.JPG'>

 

http://yourphotos.com/users/1653/hitsb.JPG'>

 

everyone else please dont hesitate to post your latest handstyles...thanks for checkin' em out

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one pointer...

 

 

try to tag in a flowing manner. dont "draw" each line as a separate bar, suburban writers have a "piecing" approach to tagging, where they assemble a bunch of odd lings that make up a tag.

 

i notice people that do this are people that rarely hit up in real life. if so they would have more of a "writing" way of tagging, rather than "drawing" thier tag out.

 

it looks like these are drawn.

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:confused: whoa!

 

sidenote: some were actually drawn out to the point where you can see an arrow inside the tag. Maybe your just not seeing it? There are 2 different tags with 2 different arrows making up the letter E (look at the right side of the instersection on the letter T and the letter E's Middle Bar.) The other one is obviously an arrow made to resemble the letter E. Also as far as flow matter is concerned, the 4 that read DB8S are one-liners. (those usually flow pretty tight) For the comment reguarding seperate bars, I dont do that - I cant do that, do you know how precise I would have to be in order to make each bar match perfectly with the next? wait a minute..I wish I had that skill, Now It sounds like a compliment.

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I cant blame you for mentioning any of that, I took the pictures with a digicam, those crappy ones that record movement..so its not top quality.

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umm ya no offense or nothin..but im not seeing nothin special....tags? big deal..we all do em..and those dont stand out to much...i think they need a little work....before you go showboatin em.....

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yeah that was nice try doing it without picking up the tip of the marker where im from its called nonstop and when you master it it looks hella tight altho it brings habits with letters

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Originally posted by sixteenvandals

suburban writers have a "piecing" approach to tagging, where they assemble a bunch of odd lings that make up a tag.

 

i notice people that do this are people that rarely hit up in real life. if so they would have more of a "writing" way of tagging, rather than "drawing" thier tag out.

 

 

I thought I was the only person to notice that. I will see someone post a handstyle, and I assk myself. Its cool looking, sorta, but can they bust that style on the ceiling of a moving bus, I think not! Dont forget, that bus could hit a pothole, and…whoop, there goes your masterpiece. Also, daylight spots require a faster hand. Yeah…Im a ghetto ass tagger, so my opinion is valid.

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Not feelin those too much, the first and second pic has some alright stuff... but nothing to stand there and stare at. I personally like handstyles to be a little more simple and well performed, Twist for example, nothing to special in the handstyle, but the way it's carried out is amazing.

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Originally posted by Proph UAcrew

Twist for example, nothing to special in the handstyle, but the way it's carried out is amazing.

 

 

I used to go to frisco alot.

(Felon, Giant, Reminesce and Twist were

among the many kings at that time).

Twist had some of the most sickest styles ot there.

I could tell he had em ALL down pat,

he had an arabic looking style, his trademark style,

and a few other styles-to-go!

Some of his stuff was simple,

but he had some complicated ones, that in my eyes,

appeared to have been done very quickly.

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I agree with that drawing your tag thing on the first pics. I like the second one but I do think that you more someone tags the less complicated the tag gets. At first drawing at home you can do mad complicated shit but when you're on the street you take what you can get. Whatever I actually liked all of them.

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That first HITS tag is ill, not sure about the goofy arrow under it, but it would be fresh on something other than a piece of paper.

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sixteenvandals , I know you give blunt constructive criticism, and that is exactly what I need. If you'd take a minute to look at my handstyles, I'd appreciate it.

 

I'll either post them here or email them to you in a day or two...

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Originally posted by Secret

sixteenvandals , I know you give blunt constructive criticism, and that is exactly what I need. If you'd take a minute to look at my handstyles, I'd appreciate it.

 

I'll either post them here or email them to you in a day or two...

yeah and i dont....oh wait im not "pro vee" hahah

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im sorry to burst every ones bubble but i like the whole drawn out tags for the following reasons

1.The work is not just some quick blow job of a tag.

2. with "drawn out" tags they are harder to flow yes, but once they do they look dope and the art of complex tags i somthing i havent mastered or can even understand.

3. drawn out tags can even be as quick and as effective as one liner or flow tags, its an art to perfect.

4. Its just fucking diffrerent. ever get tierd of doing the same shit every one else is doing? or looking at the same shit? i know i do.

5. I love the whole underline/arrow/dot/exclemationmark/quotations. know when to us them and when not to.

6. Stickers allow for the development of wild/ drawn out unconventional tags. nothing i like more than porno and looking at stickers with cool tags on them.

7. Go tagging!

 

love twist. lovley clean peice that one. I like his beutifully drippy tags. like a cheese omlete.

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Guest WebsterUno

*believe*

 

Originally posted by IHATEU

yeah and i dont....oh wait im not "pro vee" hahah

 

 

ditto. LOL

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