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conti

first sketch..

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hey i kno its not to good, but look at them any way.

post your feedback

 

http://imageevent.com/conti/graff/

 

look at either one.. the crowns on the first one i threw in at the end..but now i regret it because i suck and shouldnt have put them on. lol

 

but look at them anyway. peace

 

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-conti.

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om my great god thats hideous , on the real kid go read all the other threads on advice for beginners because you need it

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Guest furious pete

i like the crowns on the first sketch. that's either a touch of humor or a slap of stupidity.

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.^^touch of humor of course..lol..nah, i'm practicing A LOT..and u kno what..fuck the people that look at my BEGINNING sketches and say "thats gay" or "you fucking suck". you know what i mean? damn.

 

peace

-conti

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ok here/....

 

*positive comment*

 

its better then my first sketch and at least u know 3-d. In the "sucking" catagory of members on this board your probly on of the best...

 

*BUT*

 

 

*negative comment*

 

before anything, try developing a basic handstyle because yours sucks....delete all the stuff around it. Flip through some magazines and sites and get an idea of color, 3-d whatnot....and dont bite other peoples stuff....

 

 

 

goodluck/bye

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its better than my first sketch....but dont try to sketch before u cant even tag....get ur handstyles down because ur previous ones look like shit....simplfy it...get rid of the arows, everything.....same as that other dude said...get a mag or cruise around ur city and just look at tags...and develope ur style......too many arows and lines=toy

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yeah if you're just starting out , thats not too bad. But remember don't fuckin' look at other graff artists and bite them. Develop your own "unique" style. Original shit is always the best.

 

stay original:cool:

 

 

AE....Abnormal Erections:king:

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Keep doing simple sketches. They're lookin good. But don't do so many arrows. And as said before, the crown isn't good either.

 

And if you're planning on posting your own stuff a lot, you're going to have to accept the "that's gay" comments along with the good ones.

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Man...

 

if you know they suck then don't post them up...what'd you expect someone to give you a pat on the back or give you support for what?Toy ass shit?.......C'mon now....

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Re: Man...

 

Originally posted by Goat Head

if you know they suck then don't post them up...what'd you expect someone to give you a pat on the back or give you support for what?Toy ass shit?.......C'mon now....

 

I think he was looking for positive criticism and advice.

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Guest trAmple

keep doing it no matter what anyone says..but develop a style of your own

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thanks for the *positive* comments. hmm..i knew what i was going to say, but i forgot..damn. oh, i was gonna say something about the tags. i'll keep practicing them and try to remember,

too many arows and lines=toy

 

peace.

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-conti

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since this thread is getting more looks than the last one i added a sketch too, i decided to throw a new one in here...i am working my structure letter by letter, instead of rusing into whole words...tell me what you think, suggestions, tips...whatever, i am going to add a fill and background later.

 

e.JPG

 

oh yeah, and when you guys color a sketch, do you do it the same way as doing a piece, like fill, outline, inlines, or outlines and inlines before the fill? thanks...

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