Japanese - Tattoowise
Smoke and waterfalls japanese style. Second part, moving towards my sleeve. Unhealed. And the tribal is an old sin.
Art by L.A. tattoo artist Baku Watanabe He can be found at Freak Chic Tattoo 7365 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90046 323.951.1501 Myspace
Seattle Tattoo Convention, October 1995
William Hickox /
/ 333 Main St./
My new tattoo grew into a much bigger piece than I had originally intended! The really cool part is I got him to put in mountains in the background to remind me of home.
It's officially a moon- the Girl and the Boy both agree on that! (and, my freckles look like craters on the surface!)
by Will Lollie @ Empire Tattoo, Asheville, NC
Phoenix Ink Art from "Living Ink Series" I plan on creating twelve total in the series.. www.AlainVArts.com
Three random tattoo ideas
This piece on a 14 x 20 panel is basically a work in progress. Originally a background for a simple line work drawing, it has developed into something far more involved.
The base layer was acrylic, though it is now essentially buried. Next I splattered some Company of Artists: company-of-artists.com/
blue ink mop. Great mops, we even carry them in the studio.
After that I used the panel to experiment with some K-51 transparent ink markers from Krink: www.krink.com/
The K-51 is cool for both its transparency and that when you drag another color over a line they blend. Plus you can get some rad drips!
Once all of that was layed down I decided to lay a new base coat over the majority of the panel. Acrylic again, in a skin tone.
The stencil of the cihimp with a wrench hand is a modified version of the logo for my noise/industrial project, Rejekted Kauses: soundcloud.com/ragz1138
Last layer is some one shot paint, just working on my sign painting.
218 Linden St.
Fort Collins CO
Yes, they are my friends XD (Rolleiflex SL35 M, Kodak Elitechrome 100)