How do you spray paint fine lines? – On The Street Spray Paint Artists

It takes a lot of technique, but you have to understand the process first. You can’t just grab some white paint and paint the shape of something. You can’t just paint out the entire thing. In order to do that, you need to break things down into smaller strips.

So, here’s the process:

Create a blank image

Using Photoshop (I was using CS3 at the time), find the shape of a rectangle shape and get a white pencil and paint around it with the white paint. If you’re using a digital camera that doesn’t allow you to add a little touch to a picture, I can’t recommend this method enough.

Do this until you have several white lines for each corner of everything. (A corner is a half circle where we want to have a little bit of the white to show through.) Once you got all the lines. Get a brush and erase the lines until you have a smooth background that looks like, well, a background.

Add a few more layers, until you have the texture you want.

And that’s it!

I also found it helps to have lots of extra plastic. This helps give this effect, as well as the idea that our line is actually a background.

What does it look like when you spray painting it? It looks like this:

There are so many good tutorials for this, or even for using some other technique. I just wanted to share this method that I find really fun to learn while making art or design.

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