Check them out. What do you think?
The last two are drawings from what our shop calls the “Tattoo Generator”. It’s a large jar with hundreds of slips of paper in it with words like bat, tribal, dagger, etc… You pick three random slips of paper and you have to draw what you pick. Customers can participate too. They pick three random words and can get the resulting design tattooed on them for free. If they chicken out they can never participate again.
i like them! and i think that random paper idea is pretty dope!
LOL………….the bottom number is 4 instead of 6………….
Dude, you did the Apocalypse Ponies!
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exelent work dude, im loving the skull with the grass hoppers and the ponies are something else lol…
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Thanks for the kind words. I hope some day I can be able to do the same thing on skin. I’ve just been given the ok from my mentor to start tattooing fake skin and let me tell you – it is way different and alot harder. If anyone wants to see my teachers’ work you can go to http://www.hyperiontattoo.com. Check them out.
Don’t exactly know why, but I hate those splashes of water. Is that just how it’s done in traditional japanese?
Not all the time. Finger waves are an essential part of a Japanese water tattoo. Different people draw them differently. I prefer chunkier finger waves myself. As far as Japanese designs go I think bigger and more bold designs are better. A proper traditional design can be seen clearly from a distance. I’m still learning the ins and outs of proper design in all aspects of tattooing and developing my own style. If I ever get to tattoo you I’d be glad to draw you some water and waves that you like.
Not trying to be an ass, mind you. I just don’t have much understanding of the traditional Japanese artwork. You calling them ‘finger’ waves, though, explains a lot.
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