I'm an apprentice (not started yet due to Covid-19) and I was wondering what your thoughts are on ink, specifically for big and bold colour work. My mentor recommends Intenze and I do have a basic set ordered, but I always like to get more opinions when possible. I keep reading a lot...
I did a snowy owl outline for a client a few weeks ago. Originally he wanted just the lines and main features which I did. He loves it alot but Now he has decided he wants the lot filled in to look more...snowy.. so now I'm abit stuck. I know doing a whole fill in white is a bad idea. What's...
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I went in a little light on the green - and I know this will need redone
eternal inks - grass green mixed with bumble bee yellow & white
white mixed with radiant red
mixed green mixed further with white for light green
black mixed with white
then grey mixed further with...
First and fore-mostly, I should say I used to tattoo members of my family and they turned out pretty decent but had to stop due to work, family and lack of time. I used to post the on this website a couple of years ago. Anyway, Still get the time to draw. Just wondered what feedback I could get...
Was just about to order some needles for packing solid colour. Ive heard that 7 mags are pretty good and seen a few people use them. I know a curved edge will give less trauma but what do you guys recomend? Either -
7 flat 0.35 long taper
7 flat 0.35 med taper
7 curved 0.35 long or
Hi. Just wondered if anybody can clear a few things up for me. Ive got a spectra edge x set on medium throw that stays the same for lining colour or grey shading . I understand that a longer throw is good for colour as the needles travel further collecting more ink on each stroke. But i wondered...