People have been piecing and producing burners for decades now, but one thing the masters were always able to do was to plan and execute their visions.
From the beginning greats like Dondi, Part and many others were always refining their skills in the blackball and executing those visions on iron horses. It used to be you’d see a piece in a black book and doubt whether or not that artist could put that up. That being said we are not casting shades on those artists because there were plenty of style masters that stayed on paper. Yet, but as we all know the riddle of the steel was a different matter. In conclusion we always ask does your burner match your outline. Arab provides us a sample below.
Words from Doc….Sketching, how nice is it to have a book full of documents of your work. Blackbooks are historical documents of your graffiti pedigree. Anyone that questions the validity of your history need only look through your sketch books