The artistic vision behind the drawings was the it was implying his creativity both on and off the streets, and how they both drive each other. It could be that he was drawing something inspired by his skating or maybe drawing what he wanted to skate. Not revealing the image allows us the audience to fill in the blanks and create an overall more inspiring and personal image for ourselves.
some of that was pretty fucking dope, but im not a fan of all the spinning around business
"Afterbang cannot be found if one is looking. Afterbang must find you, and you must find your place within Afterbang. To reach for it is to let it slip from your grasp, but to let it go is to hold it with all your strength.Keep it hyphy, young apprentice."