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When did you paint more?

When did you paint more?  

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  1. 1. When did you paint more?

    • before 18
      10
    • after 18
      16


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i know theres some late bloomers out there.

 

i painted more before 18, only time will tell now

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the first time i ever painted was in fifth grade.i did it once and stopped.then after my 15th birthday i started to get back into it.ive been writing 2 years now...

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Before I was 18, I painted on and off a lot. I'd go every night for a few weeks, then not go for 2 months, then go again. In the past few years, I've kept it steady.

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you give me hope that i'm not slipping behind shai

 

I'm not sure what that's supposed to mean, but...

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ohhhhhh fuuuuuuu i didnt even throw a nh on that.

 

 

i meant you give me hope that i still have time since im way younger.

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27-30 for me, but still pretty sporadic in my painting

 

ive seen your sketches and ive seen a piece you painted and it frustrates me to see how different they are. please paint more, you put in the effort to improve your sketches, itd be a waste if you never took it further

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ohhhhhh fuuuuuuu i didnt even throw a nh on that.

 

 

i meant you give me hope that i still have time since im way younger.

 

Keep in mind that I didn't exactly come up the same way a lot of people did. I was always around graff but I never really had any interest in participating...and when I was out there doing my thing I always kept my distance from the scene.

 

Also, I could care less about what people think of my graffiti...it has very little to do with the art that I put most of my effort into.

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