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A few I've done so far


Morpheus59

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A few of my first creations.
I did this one on my right calf, for my father, who passed away in '82. I like the plain cartoon look of it so I added no shading or detail.


This is one of my very first, on my daughter's neck.


I did this one for my friend Alisha.


This flower tattoo runs from my wife's right shoulder to her left foot . 62 flowers in all. I did it in 7 sections/sittings and it took a total of about 10 hours. I also did the 'life' kanji on the back of her neck.



 

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Yuppers you fit right in there keep up the good work you can only get better with practice I see on the blue fox your lines were a little shakey but seems you have gotten better with the wife so practice makes perfect keep up the good work :cool:
 

Morpheus59

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Update

Well, it's been a year. Time to upload a few more pics.
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I did this one on my own arm , left-handed ( I'm right-handed, heheh)
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big and bold
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Coop Devil
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My favorite
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Hi Randy,
some really nice tats! Love your Dad tattoo - it's so sweet - and your wife's flowers - and of your recents, the Tim Burton - fab!!

My husband rides a Harley - so I'll tell him to check out your blog! :cool:
 

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hi randy some nice work mate i love the affect on the seagul 1 got a painted feel to it :clap: on a few there is some scratchy lines try slowing your hand speed down a bit or could even be your not going quite deep enough or not quite enough stretch on the skin ;) (always better to better to b not deep enuff or kinda scratchy lines as there easy to fix i rather go bk to a kinda scratchy line than a blowout line so nice work keep it up :clap: jus try tweaking your lining ;) and yull find jus in general the tattoo looks a million times better :thumbsup:
 
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