Next Level Graffiti Techniques
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The original book, Graff, put you in touch with your creative style. Graff 2 is here to help you find your creative soul. Is it wildstyle or bubble letters? Flat or three-dimensional? Black and white or full color?
Delving deeper into the elements covered in his first book, graffiti artist Scape Martinez brings you into his world, sharing his approach to letters, color and design. From working it out with paper and pens to working large (and legally) on walls, Graff 2 reveals the nuts and bolts of graffiti style along with ideas and techniques for bringing those styles to life.
Preparation, technique, expression and meaning 5 full-scale demonstrations show the creation of wall pieces from start to finish Heavily illustrated with examples and step-by-step instruction throughout Includes an expanded glossary of graffiti terms not covered in the first book Artists and fans alike will appreciate this rare inside perspective on graffiti art. Take it to your wall. You have something to say. Put it out there for the world to see.
Graffiti Technique @ it's Best! by Monica Toriz
Scape Martinez’s book, “Graff 2: Next Level Graffiti Techniques,” is the second installment of basic graffiti techniques every beginner needs to know. Scape provides readers, students of graffiti, and professional graffiti writers with the foreground to understanding graffiti techniques. This book is a guide and foundation for students of graffiti art, but it’s emphasis remains for every artist to create their own styles, express their own feelings, and demonstrate their own passions through graff art. Scape motivates readers to follow themselves, and does not preach to artists that they should do exactly as he does, or be confined to rules of art. Instead, he provides readers and artists alike, a vehicle from which to found their creations on, and then provides readers with reasons we, as students and artists, should consider in every aspect of our work. Scape poses the questions, guides us to find our own answers, and we resolve our own purpose for creating graffiti art.