Sunday, June 11, 2006

This is how its done

Check it this is how a piece is born

Step 1

So basically this is a sketch. Try to pick a light color you don't want to use a dark color because it will bleed threw, this usually just happens on cheap walls(concrete)

Step 2

Now put in a the base color, or do something to make it solid. I had to outline it again but some people are so good they can do it wif out the second outline, some people do a lot of outline. As long as you end up wif a nice piece it doesn't matter

Step 3

Now i put in the 3-d. Alot of these black lines i will have to "chop". When you spray it sprays as a circle so in order to get those sharp points you "chop" the line with another color. Imagine taking an x-acto to something round and making a point."Chopping"

Step 4

So now i put in the design, look how messy it is. if you look close at the holes you will see some small lines of a blue. that the color i plan to wrap around the whole piece i put it in now so that i can chop them. if i wait to do it at the end then it will be real hard to get right.then again some people can do it, i can't.

Step 5

The final outline, this is were can control comes in to play. You gatta be real precise but fast cause if you mess up now its ganna be a pain to fix


So i put in some blue inside the 3d and wrapped a color around the piece to make it pop. I also put some gray lines inside the letters for shits and giggles. And thats how you vandalize.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey thanks for commenting out my blog, but Eddie didn't ask just me, he asked for rant-comics from any of his fans! The more the merrier, I'm sure.

4:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


9:38 AM  
Blogger Battle said...

^whatever you're just a negative person.^

enos, you got skills

11:51 AM  
Blogger Clinton said...

nice work, bodi. great demo.

7:15 PM  
Blogger Clinton said...

what do you think about this site? I am looking to invest in a simple kit to do some graffiti work. Could you tell me the best kind of canvas for beginner graffiti work? I can't tag my house :P Thanks bodi.

6:57 PM  
Blogger Battle said...

Enos: I thought I'd answer your question that you left on my blog on your blog. Yeah, thats pretty much exactly how I do it. Little things I change up sometimes like the grey lines and extra outlines.

clinton: I buy all my online stuff from bombing science I've never had a problem. Use Plywood or better yet masonite.

8:45 PM  

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