Last week I drew a owl for one of my clients. It wasn’t exactly right for her so we had to table it and push back her appointment. It happens to the best of us, but it can be a bummer when you really like the drawing .This is one of those cases.
But lucky for me, my homie Dava is so rad she came into work on her Battlestar tattoo and after she tapped out of that session she mentioned wanting another tattoo. Fuck yeah, I showed her this drawing and boom she loved it. so we put it on her. All’s well that ends well.
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About a year ago I started an awesome vegan revenge sleeve (yet to be finished but that’s another story). This is a light hearted version of the same concept. I love when my clients let me come tickle them with my sense of humor.
I look forward to do this piece in the near future.
305 -Sarah wanted to do a half sleeve, expressing her love for dance. She also loves the artist Marc Chagall and animals. This is one of those rare moments where it was actually a good idea to put more than one idea in a tattoo. Check out the drawing prep to see how its all gonna fit together .
session 2 – Color next !
Lined with a Swash drive gen 4 (bugpin 7) and Rotary works (textured 7). Shaded with Gen 7 (15 mag) Colored Gen 7 hard clip ( 7 mag)
Everytime a client comes to me with an idea, I try my very best to meet there expectations and beyond. Here are three very different examples. Sometimes I hit, sometimes I miss but I always wanna give the option.
Hit the nail on the head on this one. You’ll be seeing this next week.
Miss the boat here. All in all a better drawing than the orginal but she wanted something closer to the book. I understand why. She wanted her potter fan friends to sweat her for the tattoo. Replication was the key, not reinterpretation.
This one is yet to be determined. Check back next week to see if I nailed it or if it ends up going in my reject book. haha