Gypsy - Tattoowise
second session on the gypsy.
Gypsy Queens talent shoot. (WA chapter)
For once I did a cake for me! Well, it was a gift for a friend for her Birthday, but it wasn't ordered so I got to do what I wanted, and an idea I have been dying to do. I'm pleased with the way it turned out, but of course it would be better if I ever get to do one again. I really really hope I do. I enjoyed bringing her to life (death?) so much I even named her. Watching her get destroyed at the party was heartbreaking. Now I remember why I do ditch and run deliveries!
still a way off being finished - but she's looking pretty!!! Tattoo by Saira Hunjan @ Goodtimes, London
A '20s girl head after a Tattoo Jack flash design. Still got a daily rose (or two) in there!
water color. i had originally colored this senorita in a while back with color pencil. decided to re-do it. a little bigger than my palm.
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Tattoo of a Gypsy with a skull veil.
the back of my leg tattoo! it wont fit in one photo, and i was having trouble getting the angle and lighting right.
3rd attempt at watercolor. think i'm getting the hang of it... coulda been better, but whatevs. let me know if you're interested in buyin a print for cheap.
I realised I hadn't uploaded pics of this finished, so I thought I'd better take some. It's tricky taking pics of your own arm, you know. Tattoo by Saira Hunjan @ Goodtimes, Shoreditch
traditional tattoo style gypsy head, acrylics on canvas original. banner reads 'lost soul'
Three random tattoo ideas
Asheville, NC, Lexington and Woodfin
NEW FACE, SOME OLD THING BEHIND THE MASK
I didn't have a camera with me at the time, but I borrowed my manager's camera to take these couple of shots. Unless I'm missing the point, I take it the artist feels Obama is just another Bush in disguise, and that both are shameful failures. (or is there some other point? I'm open for other interpretations.) Anyway, I thought this was an interesting piece of public graffiti/artwork/satire. (Thanks, Ruthie, for loaning me the use of your camera!)