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. Lets start off with the letter K, do a throw up and here we go. Start off with a straight line, work our way up, over, and then kinda give it a little kick. Booyah. A throw-up. Followed by 3D, with a little bit of fill. And our letter k, bubble letter, is definitely rocked out. You can also take some of the inner gels and outer gels tips with the blockbusters and wild styles and apply them to letters like this but again, y'know this type of graffiti is just really based off getting up on the street and getting your name as big as possible and fast and doing it non-stop. How about a blockbuster letter K? Just like any other letter, keeping the frame of the letter in a box shape so that it can just follow in suit with all the rest. Get your outline done using the same color. Come and fill. Again, you gotta fat cap? You'll cut your time in half. Move on with the outline, followed by 3D, and an inner outline. K's a good letter to play with so we're gonna go ahead and do the wild style. Get a little creative with it. Got that fill done. Do a little bit of a design inside. Once again, I'm just kinda coming through, doing some short fades where you just kinda, gently press on the tip and whip the paint out. As it's on the wall, whip it back. Very simple can control. Just keep in mind that the fill you do and the colors that you use in it don't clash with your outline. Keep them all bright or if the outline is going to be bright, keep them all dark. Come through and outline the piece. Nice clean outline. And again, your 3D can go any direction you want it to just make sure its continuous throughout the piece. Got our 3D done. Follow through with a inner outline. Inner outline just being, known as the inner outer gels of the piece, and definitely what gives it that graffiti look.And finally, our outer outline. Once again, when doing your outer outline, if you're doing a complete piece. This outer outline goes around the outside of the piece. Oh, and there you go. The letter K, little bit spicy.