My name is Paes164 and I'm a professional artist. I've been painting since a teenager, and I've been doing it for 20 years now. Find me at Paes164.com (p-a-e-s-164.com) My Facebook is facebook.com/paes_art. Off to the letter G, back to the throw up, aka the bubble letter. So, once again, a non stop line, so you get the majority of the letter done in one sweep. Little wigs, and the 3D. These throw up letters look really great with fat caps, and then of course doing your whole name and having each letter work into each other. How about we take it there, we're going to take it there. Blockbuster G, keeping the square block look of the letter. Like every other letter I'm breaking it down in two sections. Get it all stencilled out, then fill in. When we get our filler done, we move onto the outline. I would saw more than anything with blockbusters, a solid black outline's always best. Blockbusters are really meant to be seen from far away, so with a good clean outline popping off some bright colors, you can see this a mile away. So we outline it, come back and add our 3D, do a little inner gels. In our outlining, now we're going to go to the wildstyle G. Kind of just taking my G and adding a little kick to it. Coming back around with this part of the G, winging back and dropping an arrow off of it. This is simple stuff that is definitely going to make the G more complexed. After the G is in there and is colored in, add your little extra pieces and touches to it and add a little more to the inside and the fill. The fill can go anyway you want, just easily do some shading, and again when you come to outline, you'll crispen everything up. I feel it's done with the wildstyle G. Outline's done, let's do the 3D in a different direction. 3D done, all in the same direction, make sure you complete that through the letter. Coming up towards the end we're gonna do our inner outline. And last but not least, our outer outline. Wildstyle letter G.