Continuing on the full mandala sleeve using a little colour.
Wrapped up this sleeve earlier this week for Kevin. (NOTE* The tree and minimalist design NOT BY ME!) Click thru for more….
Thanks for looking
Fresh mandala to continue on this sleeve in the works.
One side done on this back piece continuation.
Finally had the opportunity to get a shot of this mandala all healed and settled in before we add the first round of the background.
A full forearm mandala for William to start this sleeve project.
Top is healed from a year ago and mandala is half healed and half fresh.
Background layout still to come.
Just finished a two quickie guest spot with the fine folks at COTTAGE 13 tattoo and piercing in my old digs Hamilton.
Perfect relaxing and fun tattooing before the big weekend in Toronto for the N.I.X. Toronto tattoo convention. I am fully booked for the weekend and can’t wait to get down to business.
This was the last one done during my guest spot. Thanks for looking.
The top Mandala is a blast over and the rest is based on a drawing I did.
The now completed sleeves.
Added a small dotwork mandala above a piece done by a guest artist from France @nokistattoo . Really love the blend of the two together.
Thank you Marie Pierre for sitting so awesome for this long session. Big day on this leg sleeve layout and more to come next session. I really want acknowledge a huge percentage of my clients for being so rad and sitting through the long sessions and toughing it out when it gets to be taxing, bravo, in my mind you’ve earned your tattoo ten fold.
Another healed pic of this detailed dot work mandala and a line work version of the same one to continue on this sleeve in progress.
2017 was an incredible year with so many great adventures and memories. I have so much to be grateful for and I thank everyone along the way who keeps making my journey that much more inspiring and exciting.
Thank you and I am greatly looking forward to many more adventures and awesome tattoo projects in 2018.
Happy New Year Bonne Année
Small coverup from yesterday, merci Simon!