Graffiti Letter “B”

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On this page, you will find:

  1. A growing collection of B graffiti letters in different styles to look through and get inspired from while drawing.
  2. A step-by-step tutorial on how to draw a “B” in graffiti.
  3. The key areas of the letter “B” and the concept of key areas

 

“B” Graffiti Letter Image Collection

Wildstyle B Graffiti Letter outlines graphic
Wildstyle 'B' Graffiti Letter Outlines
Graphic of a semi-wildstyle b graffiti letter done with procreate
Semi-wildstyle 'B' Graffiti Letter done with Procreate
B graffiti tagletter
Graffiti Letter 'B' Tag
Dynamic B Graffiti Tag Letter
Dynamic Graffiti Letter 'B' Tag
Round B Graffiti Tag Letter
Round Graffiti Letter 'B' tag
Big Serif B Graffiti Tag Letter
Graffiti letter 'B' Tag with Huge Serif

 

How to draw Graffiti Letter “B” Step-by-Step

In the following section, I will show you step by step how to design a semi-wildstyle graffiti letter “B” .

How to draw graffiti letter B tutorial step 1 graphic
Step 1: Start with just lines
How to draw graffiti letter B tutorial step 2 graphic
Step 2: Add blocks around the lines
How to draw graffiti letter B step 3 graphic
Step 3: Style the blocks by adding serifs and enlarging elements of the letter
How to draw graffiti letter B step 4 graphic
Step 4: add a gradient fill-in
How to draw graffiti letter B step 5 graphic
Step 5: add 3D-blocks
How to draw graffiti letter B step 6 graphic
Step 6: add the keyline and bubbles as background elements
How to draw graffiti letter B step 7 graphic
Step 7: add highlights

 

Key Area of the Letter "B" and the Concept of "Key Areas"

B key areas
Key Areas of Letter B

There are lines and and areas inside of a letter shape which are crucial for recognizing the letter. These areas are so called "key areas". They should never be covered by other elements, shapes, serifs, or letters. Especially in advanced drawings, which are often very abstract, letters will remain recognizable, if you follow this rule. The key areas of the letter "B" are shown in the image to the left.

Source: Graffiti School: A Student Guide and Teacher Manual - by Christoph Ganter

 

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