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Here are some pieces some of which are healed, like the mandala on this first piece, with other new tattoos.
The endless knot here is new – the sanskrit was not done by me.
I filled in the spaces between some work by my friend Alvaro Flores who works in Melbourne, Australia at Korpus Tattoo.
Maze, seed of life and constellation concept was brought in by the customer.
Interesting piece in as far as it covers a birthmark making use of it.
I managed to get a few shots of Asia’s healed tattoo from a short while back. I did a cover up on her lower back which you can just see in one of the photos but my other pictures of it were out of focus….. I’m a tattooist not a photographer it seems.
I’ve had some very interesting projects finally completed in the last few weeks – I decided that it’s far more interesting to put up complete works rather than ‘in progress shots’ which will probably work better with my slack blog updating schedule.
A fun bit of Sacred Geometry for Daniel – apparently it was from an old book cover.
So for once I’m keeping on top of this sort of……
I’ve had some fun in Edinburgh and also at my guest spot in Liverpool for which I want to thank Richie and Paul at Forever True Tattoo for being fantastic hosts and gentlemen. I always enjoy my stay at the studio and they make me feel completely welcome and like a part of the crew – cheers guys!
In Liverpool I did some fun work too and here are some of them.
Jack who I have been tattooing in Edinburgh came across to Liverpool too. To reiterate – I did not do the triangle/zelda, the strip pattern or the crow which Jack already had and for the life of me I cannot remember the name of the tattooist for which I apologise.
I am down in Liverpool with Richie Clarke Pdc this week (Thursday 16th, Friday 17th & Saturday 18th April).
There are a couple of spaces left so drop me or Forever True Tattoo a line for bookings.
Last week at Lew and Danny both travelled up from down south to get tattooed in Edinburgh.
Lew sat for a whole day to complete his abstract geometric sleeve.
Danny stuck it out for two and a half days for his lady Odin and mandala half sleeve and chest panel, which I was really happy with the result of.
I’ve been a little slow on the blog update again so there’ll likely be more than one this week – I have been busy doing tattoos though so here are some pictures of what I’ve been up to.
After a great trip to the States in February, getting more done to my own tattoo by Thomas Hooper in Austin, and a brief guest spot with the awesome 2Spirit Tattoo in San Francisco, I’m finally settling down for a while back in Edinburgh.
I’ve been busy getting started on some bigger projects for the past couple of weeks, along with some fun one shots.
I’m excited to be back with the old team, but I’ll still be travelling about for guest spots and conventions regularly.
Speaking of which, you can read all about my travelling in this months issue of Total Tattoo Magazine.
And don’t forget it’s the Scottish Tattoo Convention on the 29th and 30th March, stop by the Red, Hot & Blue booth where I’ll be tattooing in-between catching up with international friends.