Graffiti is not making things easy, even for those who are born with talent images. Like many other art forms, no one can was done without a lot of exercise. The easiest way is to create graffiti sketches first.
For those just getting started to plunge into the world of graffiti, it helps sharpen skills in the first sketchbook. Sketching is a very important both in preparation for making graffiti, as well as training activities. Piece is usually nicer if we depart from sketching. In the sketch, we can easily see the piece as a whole (different from the piece on the wall that requires us to move away from the wall to see it fully).
Sketching it does not cost anything and can do in any situation, for example at the time of ride the bus, at a boring lecture hours, at home, anywhere. The most important thing is to always bring paper, pencil, eraser and sharpener wherever we are. Better yet if we have a sketchbook for drawing we can organized.
Of course we can not forever stuck in the sketchbook, sooner or later we must plunge into the wall to see what we have poured the sketch.
How to create a 3D graffiti alphabet easy. One of them makes graffiti alphabet with this web. At the site there are various options fonts.
New Graffiti Alphabet
I also can write my name in graffiti. Design examples above is the name of my blog New-Graffiti. I use graffiti fonts 3D and wearing green. Try and create graffiti according to your wishes. A creativity that can be useful to make you find the letters to create graffiti art on the streets.
Different types of alphabet letters. Graffiti Fonts. New Graffiti alphabet is a set of standard letters - basic written symbols or graphemes - each of which roughly represents the phonemes in spoken language, both as it exists now or as in the past. There are other systems, such as logographies, in which each character represents a word, morpheme, or semantic unit, and syllabaries, in which each character represents a syllable. Letters are classified according to how they indicate vowels:
The same way as consonants, as in Greece (true alphabet)
Abbreviation of consonants, as in Hindi (abugida)
Not at all, as in Phoenician (alphabetical)
The word "alphabet" came into Middle English from Late Latin word Alphabetum, which in turn comes from the Ancient Greek Αλφάβητος Alphabetos, from alpha and beta, the two first letters of the Greek alphabet [1.] Alpha and beta in turn came from the two first letters of the Phoenician alphabet, and meant ox and house respectively. There are dozens of letters that are currently used, the most common are Latin,  derived from the first true alphabet, Greece.   Most of them are composed of lines (linear writing); exceptions are Braille, fingerspelling (Sign language), and Morse code. Via: Alphabet
Alphabet graffiti design using hands to make the letters a-z. Graffiti picture above you can use as examples to write my name in graffiti and making graffiti street art. Graffiti Fonts Via: New Graffiti