Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Wall Of Arms, Mar 16, 2016.
It's pretty, I guess.
Like, I’d never get it but you have to respect the artistry here
True. It's vivid and very life-like.
122 hours. Good lord.
I just booked in a consultation for next week to work out the design for my next one. Had the idea for a while now so I'm pumped to put the wheels in motion.
Dat ass tho
I’m more of a night ass kind of guy
master of karate and friendship to everyone
wish this site wouldn’t turn my pictures but whatever.
went with a smaller tattoo. This artist used the tegaderm stuff so less initial upkeep I guess lol.
Take a pic more zoomed in, I wanna see the details!
hows this one? I just used the actual full size image instead of a smaller one. Should be able to zoom in.
Looks so good dude!! I love it!! Who's the artist?
Thanks! I really like it a lot. I might get a bigger one from her the next time she's in town--she indicated she might be back here next year. This shop, Black Serum Tattoo gets a ton of guest artists (literally all the ones I have booked so far are from guest artists there haha since their main ones are all so booked up right now.) (Also all my sessions are with Korean artists, but that's who comes here to this shop and I swear it's not intentional, haha.)
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I'm really digging a lot of the Korean artists I have seen lately, there's a certain style, often minimal but done really clean. Yours rules.
Yeah. I've been so picky about what styles I like and that's partially what took me so long to get going (that and social anxiety/not feeling confident in what I'm doing), but all these Korean artists I'm just like, oh man I absolutely want something from them! haha.
New addition to my arm today, i got another appointment with the same dude on Friday for a lil flash piece since he’s doing a guest spot this weekend like 30 min from my office
Haven't dropped this in here in a while, but my Twitter thread of amazing tattoos is now up to 268 tattoos. That Van Gogh!
Round 2 in Portland (ME):
Bert Grimm inspired lady head. I was v glad to get this over with. It’s on my inner upper arm and holy shit it hurt way more than I expected since the other one I got is basically covering my tricep on my other arm and was a complete breeze to sit through.