here is my work so far. All completed within the last year… more like 9 months. Lot of time and money… but have loved every minute of it and all the fun that follows. Plenty more to come.
damn… my images wont show up.
whats going on?
I click on the image icon… enter this code: http://s14.photobucket.com/albums/a341/grim_reefer/?action=view¤t=Untitled-2.jpg
does someone see anything wrong with the code? here would be the code with the image on either side: (should be a pic there)
wicked work dude ,.. i like it !!!
sorry… finally figured out how to get the images attached properly
Those are awesome mate, keep up the good work 😀
The tattoos are on you, so its your ink. The “work” belongs to the artist, its his work.
Very nice job, who did the tattoos?
That close together, you should have some color work faded into the background to tie them together.
I agree with Chief D.
The pieces themselves look pretty damn awesome.
But they’re looking a little cluttered together.
Mesh them to oneanother.
The owl is my favorite. I see me having an owl tattoo some day. Cool pieces!
love the elephant even though they don’t have teeth like that :p
I was going to say something similar, lol. The elephants teeth are a little freaky, but I like it.
haha, Yeah they sure do not have teeth like that. I can always count on the artist who worked on my elephant, as well as the owl and the bird, to give me a unique piece of art that no one has ever seen. His name is Dave Fox, works out of Studio One Tattoo in Philadelphia. Completely freehand from start to finish. No references or stencils, just took out his little pink pen and drew all of my pieces on from scratch. Here are a few links to his work:
Next order of business is to get the blank spaces between the pieces on my arms filled in… but I definitely don’t want to take it lightly or just rush in to it. I want to make sure, even though it is just filler, that it’s unique and looks great. But on the other hand, I really don’t feel like setting up an appointment 4-5 months ahead of time just for a few hours of filler.
The Artist who worked on the astronauts on my chest and arm is Stacy McCleaf out of Chrome Gardens in Gettysburg, PA.
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