Hey everyone- it’s been a busy, yet varied week! Let’s jump straight into this week’s work…
Ian did a wonderful portrait this week. This is a memorial portrait, and took Ian just an hour to do. I thought this would be a cool thing to show you all first, so you can see that even though we do mainly work in traditional styles, everyone is still able to be versatile! If there’s anything else you’d like to have we’d be happy to have a chat with you about it to see if it’ll work!
Ian also drew this really lovely lady and butterfly wings this week, and he’d love to tattoo it on someone. He says it’d work best shoulder to shoulder on a back. If you’d like this as a tattoo (or would like to see the full picture first), feel free to drop by and book in- hurry though, once it’s gone it’s gone!
Hayley tattooed a lovely peach on our customer Fenella this week! This is a brilliant tribute to a certain someone’s bum. The tattoo itself is on Fenella’s upper ribs, so the picture does look slightly distorted, but you can get the idea from this. The way Hayley has shaded this is brilliant!
Let’s show off a Japanese piece Paul finished this week- I told you guys things were varied today, everyone’s been working in a whole range of styles! This is really awesome and brilliantly executed, as always with Mr Fulton! These kinds of tattoos never get old.
Dave has been busy as well, of course. He’s been tattooing and doing a lot of painting, while Ian holds his snake.
I bet you’re glad that’s a picture of a snake Ian’s holding there! I was glad, too. ;) Dave has some free time during this week, and he has some really cool drawings and ideas he’d love to tattoo- if you click on his name in the menu on your right, you’ll be able to see some. There’s also another great painting we’ll share on Monday if you’d like to hang on! If you want in, you’ll have to hurry though- otherwise, walk ins take place every day as long as you’re quick enough to get in there before someone else!
I think that’s it for now, though we’ll be back on Monday with some really cool things to show you all. Thank you for reading!