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How to do 3D graffiti letters is a unique expression of art. Although, they may seem complex, they are easy to do with a little more skill and concentration. 3D graffiti, has the cool and special effect of appearing as if it is popping out of the page. It creates an illusion of realness such as on the cover of greeting cards.
By the time you have finished reading and seeing the 3D Graffiti letter images, we’ll have covered all the basic drawing skills you need, then with practice you can go on to develop your own style.
Creating 3D Graffiti Letters
Step 1: writing out your letters symmetrically
The first thing to do is to have a look to the image below so that you have a picture in you head. Now, with that in mind, the next step in how to do 3D graffiti letters is to write out your letters on the surface of your material of choice, such as a regular piece of paper or a harder surface (cardboard).
Unlike in regular writing, you need to make sure you space out your letters a little bit to create room for the expansion of each letter. It is important to ensure that the letters are symmetrical. You should create a boarder on the upper and lower side of your letters to achieve symmetry.
Step 2: Outlining each letter
After you have written out all your letters, make an outline of each letter using a pencil. It is best to ensure that the first outline is darker than the original letter (using a black markers is preferable, however think on what thickness you need. Click here to learn the differences between markers).
Step 3: Achieving a block shape
You will need to draw a second outline around each letter, so remember always ensuring that you maintain symmetry of all your letters. The outlines help you achieve a block shape of your letters, and the reason you need to use a pencil is to allow you to erase the outlines.