Step 4:

Outline the letters you have written to approximate the style you're going for. Again, use pencil and write lightly. You'll likely make plenty of little mistakes, but that's what erasers are for. It will take time and patience to get the letters just right. Remember:

Make the original words you wrote your guide,
not your prison.
Don't be afraid to alter the letters
beyond all recognition.
Mikivandove4 months ago

What if you Know how to do all of this and you wanna go to the next levels of graffiti

st rai4 years ago
Flo 723. You blow. You think this is bad, go write a website, put it up, get it optimosed and then come back and critisese what you say you can do better. Our community is about expression and love. you don't show much of either. AND PLEASE DON'T CRITISISE THINGS UNTIL YOU CAN DO BETTER.
thegzone4116 years ago
Im new at this so i dont know how this stuff.$$$$$$$$$$$
dont listen to this it is a tool tutorial it is a rip off