#40931
    anonymous
    Participant
      @anonymous

    So I came across this facebook page. Any thoughts on her work?

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.372448406132437.81812.371775576199720&type=3

    #147693
    peterpoose
    Participant
      @peterpoose

    I like it 🙂


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    #147694
    anonymous
    Participant
      @anonymous

    I stumbled across her work. She is here local. We have so few good artists in town, but I think I’ll be going to her for my next one.

    #147701
    Mistress_Of_Pain
    Participant
      @mistress_of_pain

    Not my favorite style but she does some decent stuff


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    #147702
    anonymous
    Participant
      @anonymous

    I agree that her style isn’t what I normally get. It is rather cartoonish. But my next tattoo is going to be a charm anklet and I’ve seen some of her fine detail work in person and she is really rather good at small, fine details.

    #147703
    Adler
    Participant
      @adler

    It’s actually mostly traditional American tattooing and done fairly well.

    #147704
    ezrider
    Participant
      @ezrider

    If you’re in Oklahoma you might wanna check out Cannibal Graphics tattoo….

    Cannibal Graphics Tattoos – Home


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    #147705
    anonymous
    Participant
      @anonymous

    I know Cannibal, they are very good. Unfortunately, while I intend to use them for my following tattoo, I think she will be better for this one given the size/detail aspects.

    #147706
    Sam-I-Am
    Participant
      @sam-i-am

    I don’t care for traditional.


    210 inking hours and counting.

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    #147707
    buttwheat
    Participant
      @buttwheat

    Her work looks OK if you want traditional work I would pass on anything else.

    #147708
    Amok
    Participant
      @amok

    @Sam-I-Am 136319 wrote:

    I don’t care for traditional.

    Hey man, I thought you were cool!


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    #147711
    GrayCatLove
    Participant
      @graycatlove

    I like her stuff.

    I, however, have a love affair with traditional.

    #147712
    anonymous
    Participant
      @anonymous

    @ezrider 136317 wrote:

    If you’re in Oklahoma you might wanna check out Cannibal Graphics tattoo….

    Cannibal Graphics Tattoos – Home

    BTW, these are the guys I am using for my coverup work. They are, bar none, the only artists in the metro that I would trust with it.

    #147721
    Sam-I-Am
    Participant
      @sam-i-am

    @Amok 136321 wrote:

    Hey man, I thought you were cool!

    I guess not. What it has in the vibrant colors it looses in the lack of originality. There are some really nice pieces looking good on others, but not for me.


    210 inking hours and counting.

    Tattoos are for the living. Tombstones are for the dead. Get a tattoo for yourself!

    #147722
    buttwheat
    Participant
      @buttwheat

    I’m not the biggest fan of traditional anymore not since it is a fad now. While I still like almost all well done tattoos and love the cleanness of well done traditional stuff I just don’t spend much time with it anymore. Thanks for fucking that up hipsters

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