Well, probably a lifetime, I might add. I’ve seen many graffiti artists who can create incredible artwork that will last for years. The only exception to this is the likes of The Misfits and The Kinks, because those people were also very good at painting, but had no artistic ability apart from their own.
One thing all Graffiti Artists have in common for their long tenures and success with the art form is a great sense of humour. They are a great crowd in their day, they’re extremely friendly and always willing to make new friends.
Graffiti is the fastest growing art form of the world and a lot of young people are learning the art as they go along. It is extremely difficult to learn how to paint, so a lot of kids start at the very beginning, and don’t really get the hang of it at all.
I know how frustrating it is to be a new graff artist, especially if you have always been good at the same art form as your peers and then to realise that you’re not any good, it’s quite a frustrating feeling. However, after doing hundreds of graffiti jobs over a number of months I can definitely say that being new to graffiti is definitely good; you’ll learn to work on it as best you can then.
But don’t give up now! I’d suggest starting on large sites as these are where most of the jobs are and have the biggest chances of getting recognized by graffiti artists. After building up your skills on small sites I would suggest doing full-size murals. Just by your first year at murals you should be getting good at it, if you haven’t already.
Once your skills are good enough to try full-size murals, you can start the quest for an official Graffiti certificate. I do suggest that you get all your graffiti certificates by painting in the style that you’d want to have seen on your first year, so do a couple of full-size murals that match your style (in this instance of course, you don’t need to work on any major major murals).
Once you have a couple of Graffiti certificates you should be on the other side of having a full-time job outside of graffiti and getting the exposure. I don’t really recommend getting all your jobs while you’re still in school though; as soon as you can start doing real job stuff (which I’ll explain later), then you’ll have more time to dedicate to graffiti.
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