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Discussion in 'Picture gallery' started by geezpot, May 2, 2004.
nice rendering on that character!
Zase exchanges in his book by me
hot like alexis texas
you shud have posted the bigger pic cuzz its CLEAN
reversed outline for the talking
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bump !!! this one is dope
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keane really diggin it
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nice surgen slap...he traded a bunch of those a while back i remember
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your flash looks dope homie...maybe one thing that i could pass on from doing tattoos is something i was taught about fniger waves...never should you have two the same beside one another...similar ,but never the same directly beside one another...this was taught to me by someone whos been tattooing in he traditional japanese style for tha past 30 years....not everyone follows it ,and not every tattoo looks bad if this rule isnt followed...but i found that having a discipline while working made me learn more as to what looks proper and what doesnt , applying to that rule....and in the end i think overall ,i found ways to make it look better than just tha same old fingers over an over.
anyways homie that doesnt take away from hoe good your stuff looks...i just wanted to pass on a tip so to speak,that i learnt along tha way...maybe next time your in your shop , ask someone if they have ever heard of this...im interested to know because the person i was taught by follows artists like fillip leu and alt of the hori's yoshi an koi as well as shige...and i think they follow alot of rules while drawin thier studies
no man, i definitely feel you man.
i get what your saying.
there are a lot of traditional japanese rules.
i personally do not do to much japanase so i dont abide by them.
but yeah, thats great info, horiyoshi is godly.
im into neo-traditonal.
like an illustrated style inspired by tradish.
you tattoo homes?
i did for a while but stopped when i had my son...no time and i lost the hunger being up day an night with a screaming kid...plus it took away time from graffiti for me which will always be number one.2 people in my crew are honestly amazing tattoo artists that go hard in tha biz so i still live in tha shop and help out when im around...but i doubt i'll ever get back into it an try to make something out of it again...im not one to half heartedly do things either so i wouldnt waste someones time if i couldnt give it my all.
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