Watercolor - Tattoowise
results from session on May 25th
Done! The colors kinda floated together as watercolor likes to, but the outcome turned out ok. Painting is fun, but what with the kids, studying for the drivers licence theoretical test and reading the one million books I've bought over the years and never got around to reading it's hard to find the time for my new passtime.
Art Director: Jean Page Client: Yupo Corporation America Illustration © 2002 Bill Mayer
a3 long but half that wide. not for sale.
i'll probably add some sort of quote to this later, but for now i can't decide which one. i also like it for a possible tattoo design...hmmmm.... watercolor, gouache and ink in my hand*book journal
Watercolor and 005 archival pen on 5x7" paper.
I've been working on this for awhile now, I couldn't decide how I wanted to paint her chest piece and her hair.... I still need to do the background. She is hanging out on my fridge as of right now. Saying hello to me when I stumble out of bed at three in the morning to get a glass of water.
This photo inspired the painting. Ragz Rejected Katalist Konsepts 218 Linden Fort Collins CO 80524 970-472-1675 email@example.com
gladiola tattoo in memory of my grandpa, artist was phenominal, used varying shades of back gray and white for the outline for a more realistic feel
Three random tattoo ideas
My tattoo. Its an Elk. Its actually a real tribal tattoo found on a 3000yo siberian ice mummy. The mummy was of a nomadic tribe of the Scythian people who hardly left any trace of existence except for some of the most striking acient art. I chose this elk for several reasons. For one it looks really cool of course! I also find it is a nice symbol of male beauty, resilience and strength.
I'm not crazy about my face in this one, but the rest is beautiful. The fact that it's in black and white really makes it perfect....all the right things stand out. Photocred: Jessica Christine.