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http://i532.photobucket.com/albums/ee321/Melodies26/554343_10151758165950381_1619789209_n.jpg A link to the pic...I have been going to the same artist. He is great, wonderful line work, easy to talk to and versatile. He moved away. I had to look for a new tattoo artist. I liked the work done at Armored Souls Tattoos and Piercings (downtown Toronto, Queen West). I originally wanted Suspiria to do a tattoo but when I went in there they all stared at me and asked which artist i liked the best. i felt put on the spot. I said all of them to be honest but mostly to be polite so they handed me to the least experienced one. i thought, 'i just want a traditional dagger so she should be able to do it'...... over priced!!! terrible line work however i do like it! the dagger means something special to me but she charged me so much. anyway i want your opinion on this tattoo...what do you think of it and is there anyway to make it look more professional?? perhaps just going over the lines and making them less shaky? Thank you! :)
For a minute it seemed like a lot of people were into realistic black and gray portraits. Then I started seeing a bunch of realistic color portraits of Mel Gibson, The Joker and Jack Black and other movie stars. Now I see a lot of people doing what I would consider traditional tattoo portraits which I am really starting to dig. What is everyone's take on the portrait? I attached an example of the traditional portrait I was referring to.
I think it's good practice and amusing, I'm trying to master drawing richard stell from my head, but haven't mastered it yet (keep making him too skinny) here are 2, I never look at stuff, just try to get the gestures and feel from memory I dunno why 2nd one is sideways, tried to fix it anyone else have any?