Dig up some paintings in my cleaning! 2 on the right, $50 each, 2 in center, $60 each, 1 on left, $80. Free shipping continental US. DM me if you want one!
Met the man himself @tobenwigwe at #stayready2017 today!
Out a bit early, so home just in time to put this little dude in the tub.
The skull is healed, and we added the roses yesterday. I'm very excited about this sleeve and look forward to doing more. I really like heavy secondary light sources. They add an entirely new level of depth to a design and make it super dynamic.
Freehanded this little sketchy angel today. I really enjoy mixing this sketchy, inconsistent look into my work. If you have an upcoming appointment or are on my wait list and would like to work some of these elements into your tattoo, let me know. I'd love to make it part of what I do
Did this cover up on @aaron_sickboytattoo the other day over some super lasered shit to start rounding out his leg sleeve. A bit back we did that blue and red hanya over the huge black tribal chunk. Now we're working it all into one cohesive piece. Looking forward to finishing it up, man!
I've got a few of these 3x7 flower jammers left. $25 each, $5 shipping. DM me!
If doing cover ups is a specialization, then doing them on darker skin tones is a sub category of that. You can't work color the same way with darker complexions as you can with lighter tones. Certain colors don't hold as well, and others don't even show in the skin. I know this tattoo has colors that are very light and won't hold after healing. I also know that some colors are very close to his skin tone and will mellow out and be practically invisible. But with this cover up, my end goal is to cover the old tattoo. I know that while some of these tones won't stay, they will still create contrast, division of color, and work to hide the old piece. Looking forward to seeing how this session heals in case we need one more to tighten it up.
Like father, like son.