Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Wall Of Arms, Mar 16, 2016.
Thanks for the idea! I think to do that first to see how it will look like.
Sleeve is coming along nicely. Cover up today. Megatron. Very multi coloured arm. Haha
My Twitter "super duper really sick tattoo thread!" is now 38 parts (or 152 tattoos) long. This Saving Private Ryan piece by Steve Butcher is one of the most insane pieces I've seen in a long while.
the fingernail piece is pretty mindblowing
I did itttttt.
Feb 4th. Finishing my chest piece. Finally
getting my next one on Thursday! so pumped
What you getting? If you don’t mind me asking?
getting the tree from the artwork for A Black Mile To The Surface
Going today at 3! Woo!
Looks good, man
Not the greatest picture quality but it’ll have to do!
The link is to a short video. Also potato quality
Damn dude! That’s cool as shit.
Damn that Circa tat is sick!
I have 4 tats all on my left arm, but I'm looking to get a consultation this month to connect them all as a half sleeve.
Any idea what you’re gonna do? I’ve been curious how to fill some empty space cause the tattoos on my arms are fairly random
I think I’m gonna leave some space on my arms. Maybe get some small filler pieces but personally I’m not crazy about the little filler stars and what not.
I was thinking of getting some speaker design with notes and soundwaves going out to fill the blank spaces. Maybe work off a design like this:
has anyone gotten a cover-up or something blasted over/modified? I have script with an obnoxious red heart set behind it in my inner bicep. I like the script but I want someone to turn the heart into something more my style. it was a silly impromptu decision 10 years ago. anyone done something similar? hoping they can turn it into a some traditional flash to kinda go with everything else on me.
The Thursday dove is great, I have one myself. Don't worry about something being "cliche", if you like it, you like it.
There's definitely artists that specialize in it (I've seen mine do some). Really depends on what it looks like now and what you want it to become. Maybe see if your artist could do it, or at least recommend someone who can?
I've had my tattoo for a little over two weeks now, and I absolutely love it. I had a bit of a panic attack right before I got it, but ever since the needle hit my arm, I've had zero regrets haha. The best is when I'm not thinking about it, and I stretch or something and notice it out of the corner of my eye. Makes me very happy.