Maybe add a little shading, or do some simple things
in the background, but don't overdo it. (A rose, a star etc..)
I can also see that you usually stick to 1 colour.
Try experementing with different colours in a piece.
These are only tips, I absolutely love your work
and your unique style of drawing.
thanx bro. i see what u mean but the letters are so complex that i have to use very minimal color choices. if i add too much color it might take away the impact of some of the details.
Hmmm well this was interesting and i really like the idea of "GRAFFITI" but with the one you have here its really hard to see the word "YARD"?? I think its because of all the extra stuff you have going in out and around, the lettering self is notbad ok color not too much shading but its slightly there, the texture is something you may want to work on though, So my suggestion for improving on this would be have the word yard show up or standout more or what you could do is have the main word "YARD" standout in one color, and have all the extra stuff mend into a differant color something lighter so that the word is the main focus point, i like your idea though maybe you will like mine.
~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Some backround color besides the bland white would be nice, And have the main word "YARD" standout in one color, and have all the extra stuff mend into a differant color
i could do backgrounds for future drawings, but backgrounds usually take focus off the main piece. i have to disagree with what ur saying about making the letters stand out more than the extra pieces, the extra pieces are what make it look like graffiti and less like a piece of typography. the real image has darker shading but once scanned the brightness of the scanner kind of distorts that.
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