Black and grey Tattoo
This black and grey tattoo started recently at Sink The Ink, Doylestown. I hope to get a good picture after finishing!
Black and Grey Realistic Tattoo.
Black and grey Realistic Tattoo showing Face Mask was made using a photograph so it can be called “realistic” oк Realism Tattoo. As I am copying a photo to your skin, this photograph must represent your idea in its best, all the details must be clear visible, the lightning and the angle must be the most representative. Its not easy to make/find this kind of shots but its even harder to tattoo it on the skin. The better we prepare the better will be the result.
Also you have to keep in mind – if you found this reference photograph in public space where anyone can do the same and use the shot for his/her tattoo. The only difference could be is the tattooing quality.
You can contact me with questions you have, but before scheduling your consultation, please make sure that: You have collected reference images which clearly illustrate your tattoo idea and you are able to provide them(in digital) for detailed discussion during your consultation appointment. If you can’t find the right reference, don’t worry, just give me as many important details as possible and I’ll do the rest! Your tattoo design can be done through customisation of the reference you’ve provided or created from scratch.
Please note: Photos of someone else’s tattoos can NOT be copied to your skin or used to create your tattoo design, though can be used as examples of your preferences during you consultation appointment.
Realism Tattoo Artist George Bardadim, Brooklyn, NYC.
Black and grey Realistic Face Mask Tattoo. Tattoo Culture.