My Graffiti Artwork




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    4 years ago

    Yo spudling9 u up fer a trade


    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    I bet you don't even get up. Stop Hating, btw nice throws spulding


    Keep it up you have potential.



    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Im not a toy these are just my sketches not my tags, or bombs.
    Not my best work actually.
    i'll post some but the freeway is my canvas.
    I will prove that im not a toy
    and also if you think I can't bomb these than you my friend are a toy


    10 years ago on Introduction

    em, nice art work. but i perfer to bomb then just drawing on my black book. i only draw on black book for those complex ones. keep it up.

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    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    in my location here (malaysia) we can't get any branded weapons ( you know brand like u listed) most of them are block by customs and consumer department. dont ask me why. even bombing will cause you 2yrs jail and 2 strokes of cane. but 3year back when i am in europa, i use molotow and also montana. it's eary and yet will cover more surface. i just start back my work last few months after i am sick of the boring and sill system the country offer. yes i still have few molotow markers. here are a list of my toys: 1. molotow marker 20mm. 2.nippon black spray 3.nippon gold spray 4. custom made marker by my own: 200ml shoe polish bottle x 3. 1 cola 1ml bottle custom marker. as you can see now i use marker more than cans. XD so what u use for your art piece? where you from? nice to meet you by the way!


    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    nice to meet you! But I live in orange county I basically order markers off of such as: molotow burners do'Em dirty mops masterpiece markers and for cans montanas as you can see I use markers more than cans too! XD Not a molotow fan for cans myself


    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Yes, i know about lol, markers is still the best now a days there is some quick dry paint that able to replace marker in. which me and my buddys are trying to use it on our artwork.


    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    cool I just bought a new molotow burner and a krink k-60
    if your ever going to buy a marker than buy those
    it's super permanent I got it on my friend a while ago
    and it's still there!! with the burner

    and Smash ink is the best!!!!!! =D


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I hope you express yourself without messing up a lot of public property. :/ I live in Cali and I am so sick of seeing this crap all over street signs and light poles but I don't mind seeing it on murals or building where the owners let people paint.


    9 years ago on Introduction

    do an actual peice, dont copy gocer's stuff (the one you did said dosing) and if you do dont show us, stop pratcing throwups cause your good enough at em, start doing peices and get good at those. that is about all the help i can give you, check out my ible! dont be hati'n

    i hate everyone.jpg
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    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    good adv. i cant tell u how old this is. im doin more pieces than ever. i bomb still but not im n my book. ill try ( if i can anytime soon) to post more of my better artwork


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Heres my semi-pro advice. 1.You copy alot, at least in your blackbook. its okay to get inspiration, but people hate copycats. 2. you have a good eye for drawing. Keep practicing. 3. get out and do some painting man. 4. it looks like you have knowledge of a wide range of styles, but are not totally pro at a specific one. instead of doing a bit on every one, pick one, practice it for a few months, get it down, then paint it for a bit, and move on to a new style. that makes everything more in-depth.

    DAEmon. (check out for me in NorCal)


    9 years ago on Introduction

    awesome if u could please make an instructable on them cuz i can draw it but i want some tips on different kinds of styles and details.