16th-28th october

Posted: 29/10/2015 in Uncategorized

lots of flowers in this blog! but let’s start with Thomas’ foo dog. he drew the foo himself, as he is in his third year of an illustration degree. I will add background to his designs

Aileen is starting on a floral leg piece, going onto her foot. We are keeping it quite open and flowy with an illustrative feel to it. (most of what I do is pretty illustrative to be fair). We are thinking meadow and insects here 🙂

Gordon got his foo dogs finished, but I stupidly smeared vaseline all over them before I remembered to take a photo. Apologies for the shine

more flowers, Steph also got a butterfly added

A chrysanthemum for Alex, to go with his cherry blossoms and  geisha. The geisha isnt done yet, and the windbars around her need some more work, but I jumped the gun and started the flowers. I love flowers. In fact, if anyone out there wants to get some huge, dinner plate sized flowers done all over them, please please get in touch!

Brian’s Horiyoshi backpiece is coming along, today we continued with the blue pattern on the warrior’s kimono. I love the difference a bit of texture makes

Laurenne’s post operative scar was needing some decoration/covering up/disguising, so we went for some flowers and butterflies, turning it into something beautiful

Mark was after some poppies, as his daughter’s name is Poppy. We worked around some script (‘poppy’ ) on the inside of his forearm, where the poppies will be in a lighter grey so that they don’t interfere with the lettering.

Another section on Deek’s collar, hate leave him so lop sided until the next session, but we didn’t have enough time. Or maybe we didn’t hurry enough…you just can’t rush something delicate like this. (Stupid vaseline shine again, sorry)

Our Angie in Tribe 2 is getting a wee Tank Girl piece

and last but not least the start of a koi and geisha sleeve. We focused on the lower section today. there are more photos of this, but danged if i can find them…

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