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I got a question for the administrators here.
I just started off tattooing and would love some feedback on the art i do on peoples bodys, i do know this isn't really a tattoo forum, however ive seen a lot of constructive critique to the art itself.
and since i consider the fact that my techinique with the machine is pretty good, however my artwork sometimes come out a little bit dull or flat, the members of this comunity might have some good ideas on how to put the shadings instead or whatever it might be that made that particular peice look dull. So it isnt really the tattooing itself i'd like to share, just the peices i do.
Plus i think it might be a kewl thing to show how different type of pencil/pen drawings will show up after shanging it into a tattoo, the same way something would turn from a pen/pencil drawing when you go to it with an airbrush.
I might not post tattoos only but, is it allowed to post tattoos i've done in the scetchbook area?
I don't think anyone will have a problem with that.
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thx man, ill put "possibly "NSFW" (not safe for work) " in the title, altho i usually cencour pictures taken containing naughty pits if it is possible without ruining the image.
I was gonna ask .. Alternative to what?
Art is art. and as such can be evaluated. there are other tatoo artists on the site. working on their illustration skills. Im a costume desgner. so yeah
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We also have sculptors, t-shirt designers, illustrators, sign painters, fine artists, comic book guys, photographers, muralists, body painters, game artists, pavement chalk artists and knitters of cuddly toys. It's a pretty varied crowd.
Check this thread out btw, 3d sculpting meets 2d illustration and tattooing.
Last edited by Flake; November 28th, 2007 at 12:10 PM.