I had an awesome day finishing this portrait of Thanos. Not only for really enjoy doing it, but also for watching the “avengers end game” in the same day. It was an avengers day for me. Doing a comic tattoo is closer to my heart, as in comics where I started my journey as an artist when I was a kid. So thank you Andy, for letting me do this portrait for you.
Realistic Tiger on forearm
We have been working on Andy’s full sleeve. A lot of patience is involved in a process of a full sleeve, specially working with layers. Working with Layers, sometimes in one session, you can’t see how everything is going to look. So faith in process is very important, however with Andy, that’s a natural process, as he’s s very patient guy, and sticks though the process. Thank you Andy, look forward to our next session.
In a digital age, where art have gone digital for many artists, I embrace the advantages digital art has to offer, specially with the busy life we have. Sometimes I still draw traditionally, that’s how i chose to aproch this custom design, I did it with a pen a paper like in the old good days. It took two sessions in total, awesome client too. Tomorrow I’m gonna start on my first day at our new tattoo studio in Leeds, keep an eye for updates on our new studio, thank you!
We have been working on Martins Viking Sleeve, we started with his hands and working to his forearm where this lady warrior is placed. It’s been a pleasure working with Martin, we have a good time in the process, his hands needed touching up, however he came back, stuck with me through thick and thin, and now he’s happy with the end result, thank you Martin.
It’s a great experience when a full sleeve is complete, it’s s long process, so a lot of faith in the process is required. When the client sticks with the process they get the end result, and through thick and thin, we get there in the end. James was great, I enjoyed spending time with him, and we have more tattoo plans for the future.