If you’ve been writing graffiti or other graffiti for a while, it may be time to rethink what you’re actually writing.
The problem with a lot of those writing practices is that the space in which you’re writing becomes cluttered with all the little scribbles and erasures that are common in graffiti, and when you put that together with the amount of ink you’re putting on the walls, you end up with a mess.
The best solution is to put up barriers between you and your writing, but this can be difficult to achieve when the walls are just so busy that you can’t find the space.
To avoid this, we’ve put together a list of writing tips to help you write better and more easily.
First of all, don’t worry too much about the writing itself.
There’s no way to stop graffiti or graffiti artists from doing what they want to do without also stopping you from doing the things you’re trying to do.
You can’t be in a room with everyone writing on the wall, so if you can manage to keep your writing within the confines of your room, it’ll be a lot easier.
Next, make sure you know where the lines are.
You don’t want to make it look like your writing is going all over the place.
You might want to start with a line that’s not quite right in front of your face or next to a line you’ve previously written, and then move up to a point where it looks the best.
You also want to keep the lines straight and consistent, which means making sure your lines don’t overlap or be uneven.
For example, if you’re doing a line like “This is my first time, and I’m writing this on a wooden board,” the lines should be exactly parallel to each other, and if they’re not, that should be obvious.