Tuesday, June 4, 2013

130 Spray

Spray! letters are made of aerosol lines.  The lines form the letter's spine, unlike Zap!, where they trace its outline (May 8).  These are easiest to write with spray paint outdoors, on large surfaces, using energetic but steady arm movements.  (Smaller versions call for learning to use an air-brush and compressor.) 
Join as many strokes as you can to avoid stopping and starting the spray.  Extra coils, swashes, and over-writes will help create a strong visual statement.   

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