Maybe it's just us, be we think that graffiti characters that aren't in some way colored or shaded in just look like drawings from a coloring book. Of course, if the coloring book were rated R.
True art spawns, though, when these interesting, animated graffiti characters are filled in and defined by color and contouring. In this graffiti tutorial by Wizard, you'll learn how to shade in a great variety of graffiti figures.
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