Believe it or not this is Eileen's very first tattoo. She flew out to California twice in order to get it done. Four eight hour sessions in two trips (two days in a row on each trip). Something like this take true perseverance.
It's been so long since I've posted on here. Hopefully I'll be able to keep up with this thing again. So here I have a tattoo that I believe I finished about a year ago. It takes so long getting to the photos I have and getting to the point of watermarking them is exhausting. Maybe I'll do a bit on my photography process. I'm sure there are (and will be many more) great video and written tutorials on how to take the best possible photo of a tattoo. Ultimately my outlook is the more photos you take, the better. I'll take photos of a tattoo for 15 minutes and once I'm done I'll say the same thing I do every time. "Out of all those one will be good."
I did this tattoo awhile back. It's a character from a lil known (very obscure) sci-fi movie series. It was a Tribal arm band to begin with. I think I did a pretty good go covering it up though.
This is Kats first tattoo. It took us a while to get to this point (primarily because she was so nervous) but we're both really happy with the result. Thank so much Kat.
Happy holidays from OZ! Super fun full chest cover-up on Ismael. If you don't recognize the imagery, then I can't help you!
Brennan had the existing tattoo of the Kanji. He wanted to add a lantern around it along with anything that might look good. I finished this tattoo about a year ago I think. Just now found the photos. Oops
Here's a shot of Toni’s brushstroke watercolor Unelome tattoo that I did 4-5 months back. I got in a bit of a slump posting photos for the past couple of months because of the house remodel. Time to start being more diligent.