Helloooooooooooo there everyone! It’s Saturday again. Goddamnit, it’s a good Saturday, too. Everyone’s been so busy this week I’m going to skip the literature and just jump straight into showing you some awesome work.
Today, Ian started off this fantastic backpiece. It started off as this, which took around 15 minutes to draw:
Another hour and 45 minutes later, it was this:
How fast does Ian work?! I can’t wait to show you all how this turns out, especially that wolf head on the left shoulder. Wonderful work.
Speaking of wolves, Ian drew this. I think it’d make a great tattoo on someone’s shoulder or chest. If you do too, come down and book it in!
Hayley’s been ridiculously busy as well this week. She’s been painting so much, though I’ll just show you these two pictures today so there’s some stuff saved for Monday. First up, here’s a fantastic tattoo- phoenixes never look this cool. You don’t get the same shit as everyone else with Mrs Parkin.
Hayley also painted this flash sheet, which is amazing. It has a real ‘old timey’ feel to it, much like the flash tattooers in George Burchett and Bert Grimm’s day would paint. If you’d like anything from this sheet, pop into the studio for a chat and we’ll sort you out with something that will look timeless and wonderful for life.
Paul’s also been drawing, and has this rough idea for a lady head which you may like. The big mistake loads of crap tattooers make when drawing things like compasses is drawing it to one side, while everything else in the tattoo is flat- you won’t get that crap here, though.
Finally, a tattoo from Dave, showing off the fact that roses will never get old. Since we’re a custom studio, we’ll always draw up something different every time. This means that these roses won’t be done again, and no one will ever have the same tattoo, even of something that loads of people get.
Right, that’s enough for this week. Just a quick reminder that Alan Aldred will be with us in November- see the last post for any details of that- hurry up and book in before he’s full!
Otherwise, we’ll all see you on Monday, as usual. Thank you for reading.