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New Ohio friend/client Randy was in recently to get this Spartan themed tear out tattoo. The spear runs the entire length of the tear out, with the shield and helmet partially showing. We did this in two sessions. The first being the layout in black and grey. The second being a full color session. He took great care of the first session and I look forward to seeing his final healing. Again, thanks for looking and share to help others if you like. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago  ·  

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Did this recently on new local friend/client. Brush strokes and minimalism married to a water color influence. It was fun and I enjoyed our collaboration. It was pretty easy, as he had a really good idea of what he wanted and how he wanted the reference he brought altered. Again, thanks for looking and share if you would like to help a friend or if you think someone might be interested in this style. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago  ·  

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New friend/clients Natalie and Brooke we're in recently together. Natalie got the smaller tattoo (quarter used for scale) of the tattoo, but neither was less important than the other. Both were simple in theory, but the smallest details in even the biggest tattoo matter. In Brooke's tattoo, you can see that the outside edge being a straight line (drawn freehand despite the fact that she is not flat/her muscle and bone structure creates highs and lows to work the design on) is reliant on everything stopping/following the edge she wished to establish. Thanks for looking. Feel free to share. Especially if you think this or any other post may be helpful to anyone you care for. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago  ·  

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Another new friend/client, Daniel was in recently to get the name of his Brazilian jiu jitsu studio on his calf. This is commitment to an idea/his business. He was recommended to me by several mutual friends/clients. They all mostly know each other through physical fitness endeavors. The trust given to me by all of those I collaborate with is always appreciated. So it is nice when that care I extend to all clients is acknowledged by those that make so much effort to care for their health. Again, feel free to share this post if you feel it may be helpful. Thanks again for looking. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago  ·  

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I finished this tattoo on new friend/client Ethan a little while back. This was his first tattoo,that he had been considering for quite some time. He was easy to collaborate with as he brought me some really developed ideas. So drawing it on his arm to suit the defined flow/space was nice. Thanks for looking. If this or any other tattoo may be helpful, as always, feel free to share. Every exchange/opportunity to create should be about helping others. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago  ·  

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First pic taken from above/higher perspective, second pic taken straight on; both so you can see how how it suits form/ how curves affect how it's viewed. This is traditionally influenced, but is beyond tattoo traditionalism. We worked on this a little more, recently. We still aren't finished but it is pretty close. This is a re-make of a 17 yr old butterfly tattoo. She wanted a whimsical/nouveau influenced hot air balloon incorporating the older tattoo. Thanks for looking. And as always, if you feel this may be helpful to a loved one or good acquaintance, feel free to share. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago  ·  

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It's been awhile since I posted. Here is a collection of different ways client/friends have gotten tree/nature tattoos. All were drawn on each client collaborating and considering their tastes/references presented and other factors. If you feel this post or any other may help a loved one please feel free to share. Thanks for looking ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago  ·  

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Tommy was in recently, this is detail work on his unfinished abstract art nouveau inspired lower half sleeve. Follow along if you like.again, thanks for looking and feel free to share this or any other post. Especially if your primary purpose is to help others. ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago  ·  

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