Did this giant leg piece on one of my new favorite regulars in 2 sessions!
Eventually most tattoo collectors get a piece like this which combines two seemingly opposite ideas to represent how they’ve come to terms with tragedy as a part of life, or conversely how they are still befuddled by how even the most beautiful and innocent parts of this life can be ruined by death or corruption. All things give way to their opposite, and all things exist within their opposites.
This young man asked for a grim reaper looking up at him, ready to decapitate him.
This guy wanted a pinup of his wife with a Shelby gt
This piece was a fun way to mix black and grey portrait-style shading with neo-traditional/illustrational line work. It represents my client’s relationship with her father.
One of my favorite things about Maryland is the state flag. This client, whom I affectionately call Sparky, was squeezed into my schedule so I could do this before his deployment!
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It’s a shame this tattoo wraps so much, but I really enjoyed doing it!
I had so much fun with this one, and the guy I tattooed this on is super cool!
Another challenge in fitting her in between other tattoos, Poseidon is on the other side
This guy has been my favorite for a long time
I used our shop’s counter girl of the time as my model for this statue.
From my favorite Star Wars movie, on my favorite Star Wars fan, my husband.
The challenge of this piece was fitting it between others I had done on his arm. I love doing this style of tattooing.
Had a lot of fun with this piece, and although I’ve grown a lot as an artist since its completion, it still has a special place in my heart
I love beagles. Well, I just love dogs really. I’d love to do more dog portraits!
This picture was taken 2 years after the tattoo was originally applied… 2 years at sea in the sun all day every day.