Yeah...your tattoo artist is great. I'm extremely jealous.
Not sure I want to know how much it's hurting your pocketbook though...
Impressed with how vivid the colors on the honey are. I would have to agree that your tat artist has a good eye and touch. One of the very few for whom the appellation "artist" is actually applicable.
Starting off from seeing the outline to the detailed colors & graphic it's a really nice piece! What else do you plan on adding to it?
I have been wanting to get an invertebrate tattoo for a while now, but I'm extremely picky regarding how the piece would look. I've seen some really terrible tattoos (most on this site, and most of the people 'showing them off' have no clue that they are terrible ) and it has really made me think twice about it.
Now that I'm back on track financially, I might start saving up and get with you later on to get your tattoo guy's info. I'm extremely impressed with the work he's done on you so far and would love to see some of his other work, if possible.
Please continue posting pics as you complete sessions. You've done a great job so far and I enjoy watching this piece develop.
Don't worry I didn't take offense to the comments, I just felt like explaining my situation. A lot of people get work done when they really can't afford it; I like to illustrate living within ones means as the best way to do it. I'm glad to see you've waited for the stability and right artist to get work done with. A lot of people get too excited about tattoos and make poor choices on the artist and the design. To each their own I suppose.
You can google his name, it's Kyle Blackledge, he is both a painter and a tattooist. It seems like an awfully long way to go for a tattoo but then again...these do tend to be permanent. Heh.
oh my! this tattoo is amazing! im getting an emperor scorp tattooed on my leg soon... maybe you could send the guy/girl that did yours out to me? im cheap so im sticking with flat rate shipping. how much is shipping on a human being? will it die before it gets to me?
Had some of the desert worked on a few days ago, it's still a little blood-fresh in the initial photo but the sand is yellow with a twinge of red anyway so it's not too far off from how it looks after healing a little. I have 3-5 more sittings, like 4. At the end of the month I'll be getting the sky finished and some of the bricks (or spot under honey comb) done. Afterwards it will be the sidewalk, finishing bricks and onto the bees. Likely I'll have one last sitting afterwards to add in the hairs on the scorpion, spines on the roach, and needles on the cactus. Woot.
That's so awesome! I think that is the best tattoo I have ever seen and it's not even finished yet lol
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