3 Fig Graffiti Letters "Skill 2007" with character designs that are well known by many people that is wildstyle. Graffiti was made by the skill on the media wall, so it can be said this is the kind of graffiti murals.
Please give your comments about this graffiti image, Thanks....
It's a parent's worst nightmare. They send their children off to camp on a bus driven by what's supposed to be a camp counselor. However, when the real bus shows up later, panic sets in as the parents realize their kids have been kidnapped.
I happened to run across this post from Lisa's blog, in which she talks about this book and her development as a writer. I think it speaks for itself, but I wanted to highlight a portion of it. Quoting Lisa:
"This story has tried to find its way out in various partials over the years. Always with different voices and never quite succeeding to resolve itself. I was surprised when it surfaced in FRAGILE. And in writing this book I learned something truly interesting: one can have ambitions to write a story but not have the talent or the craft to tell it well. It took the writing of eight novels before I had the skills necessary to tell the story, to write the kind of book that had been simmering for decades."
Graffiti is not making things easy, even for those who are born with talent images. Like many other art forms, no one can was done without a lot of exercise. The easiest way is to create graffiti sketches first.
For those just getting started to plunge into the world of graffiti, it helps sharpen skills in the first sketchbook. Sketching is a very important both in preparation for making graffiti, as well as training activities. Piece is usually nicer if we depart from sketching. In the sketch, we can easily see the piece as a whole (different from the piece on the wall that requires us to move away from the wall to see it fully).
Sketching it does not cost anything and can do in any situation, for example at the time of ride the bus, at a boring lecture hours, at home, anywhere. The most important thing is to always bring paper, pencil, eraser and sharpener wherever we are. Better yet if we have a sketchbook for drawing we can organized.
Of course we can not forever stuck in the sketchbook, sooner or later we must plunge into the wall to see what we have poured the sketch.
Peace by the Light of the MoonSingleton Hippie Art (c) 2009SOLDWe swayed....tattered petticoat swooshing in circleson the make believe floor,cowboy boots scuffing,dipping high and lowto the accidental ballroom music...rock and roll in storybook disquise...And we laughed...On the night of the full blue moon...Markers, colored pencils and all that hippie hoo-hah on a morning after...
One of the joys of writing book reviews is discovering authors I've never read before.
For instance, I discovered the work of Twist Phelan after picking up one of her books at Book Expo and finding it to be awesome. That's when I started writing reviews (on another blog -- I hadn't thought to start this one yet). When I found a book I really loved (especially by a midlist, small press or indie author that wasn't a household name, but probably should be), I felt almost obliged to tell everyone why they should read it.
The thing about these authors is they all have backlists. A few of them stretching out into eternity.
And, once I've found out how great they are, I want to read them all.
This creates something of a love/hate feeling about the whole thing. I really love to read great fiction, but I can only read so fast and I have a limited amount of time I reserve toward reading.
On top of that, I'm well aware that there are many other great authors I haven't even gotten around to reading yet.
To make matters even worse, I've limited the discussion to the mystery, noir, suspense and thriller genre(s?). What about all the great sci-fi? What about the awesome mainstream, commercial and "literary" (whatever that means) fiction? How about historicals? What about memoirs? Non-fiction?
WILD LOVE(c) Singleton 2010We tumbleupside and down,lazy in laughter,under a lemonade sky.We whisper secret endingsto untold storiesin late night,too tired,too many Margarita voices...We run barefootedin rain the colors of Christmas tree tinsel,and whenwe kiss...it's wild"Watercolors, markers, sharpies....Painted in the rain...
Now and then, I'll run across a bit of news that I'd like to blog about, but won't be sure where to post it. That was definitely the case with this particular item about how "green" an iPad actually is. (And isn't that an awesome photo? I found that here.)
You see, I have five blogs. One of the others is Green Reality Check, on which I try to scrutinize green claims (and discuss unexpected or odd aspects of sustainability and green concepts, in general).
This article would be a perfect fit for that blog, but it also fits quite well with this one. I figure many readers are interested in the sustainability of using an iPad or other electronic device for reading, as opposed to reading DTBs (aka, dead tree books).
Plus the article has an awesomely detailed analysis of the iPad's green qualities, looking at the carbon footprint of iPad versus DTBs and showing how many DTBs you'd have to read in order to create the same footprint as an iPad. They came up with 18, although someone else said it was more like 100. A bit of a difference, I'd say, which makes the point debatable and the article quite appropriate for the green blog. However, even though the analysis (debatable or not) makes it thoroughly appropriate for the other blog, it could also be of interest to book lovers. (Also not sure the analysis takes into account the tendency of ebook readers to simply collect downloads in massive numbers and worry about actually reading them later. *sigh* But, anyway ...)
In addition, the issues of materials used, waste and labor standards in manufacturing facilities are raised, but deferred for a future post. So you might want to be aware of that if you'd like to follow up.
Anyway, I hope you find this educational. (Or, at least, not completely boring.)
How to create a 3D graffiti alphabet easy. One of them makes graffiti alphabet with this web. At the site there are various options fonts.
New Graffiti Alphabet
I also can write my name in graffiti. Design examples above is the name of my blog New-Graffiti. I use graffiti fonts 3D and wearing green. Try and create graffiti according to your wishes. A creativity that can be useful to make you find the letters to create graffiti art on the streets.