The Joker, Realistic Tattoo, by Louis Santos

This Comic Tattoo is a blast from the past. Realistic Joker. This Joker is from the game of Batman “Arkham Asylum”. It’s more than a pleasure doing video-games tattoos, as it’s closer to my heart. I still play video-games for artistic inspiration. Thank you

Fantasy Realism, charcoal and graphite by Louis

As this quarantine passes us by, why not make the most of this free time, to do something productive. Sketching is the foundation of all art. If you paint more than you draw, it’s definitely going to show in your paintings. I follow a YouTube Chanel of an amazing oil painter, and he mentions the importance of drawing, and he draws everyday, to improve his paintings. I also draw because I love to, it’s out of pleasure also. Hope everyone is keeping safe.

Digital Paints by Louis Santos

Thank you to Martin Smith @ Digital Panther, we got the opportunity to print these two canvas. If you guys are looking for any form of prints, get in touch with Martin, and he will help you with your request. We order everything from him. Hes very reliable and his prices are more than fair. Thank you Martin, for all these years of tattooing, and doing business with you. We wish you all the luck in the world.

The Joker digital Portrait by Louis Santos

In time of quarantine, i’m having a lot of time to reflect on a lot of ideas i had, for painting and drawing. And one idea i had, was to paint a portrait of probably my favourite movie last year, the joker. I was waiting for the opportunity to have the time to do this comic portrait. The movie was out of this world, and Joaquin Phoenix deserved an Oscar for his performance with no shadow of a doubt.

Black and Grey Realism, full sleeve by Louis Santos

We have finished with our journey on completing Jason’s full sleeve. He was like a dream client. He had his ideas and allowed me to feel free to incorporate my style and express myself. I loved all his ideas and spending time with him. He asked for a Skull with a clock and a rose. Then added a Raven with an eye next to it, filled with Vikings Patterns around. At the bottom he chose to do a Woman face, half Zombie. Thank you for the awesome experience Jason.