Archive of Cover Ups

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

ROAR! This custom black and gray half sleeve (including a coverup) is coming along nicely! Having all kinds of fun working with textures and depth. Stay tuned!
 
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Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Fresh Ink! Half sleeve in progress (including two coverups) – this phase incorporating rich sunflower and wheat colors and textures!

The asymmetry, imperfection and constant transition of the natural world is what makes it so striking and humbling. When working with floral elements, consider working with those unique transitional moments rather than the ever present Kodak moment poster child bloom – such as a budding bloom, a bloom just past it’s prime or a windswept blossom.

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Tuesday, April 5th, 2016

Today we turned an old dolphin into a brand spanking new vibrant flower and dragonfly!
 
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Tuesday, March 8th, 2016

Before and after of an awesome, colorful custom tattoo coverup!
 
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Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015

I just finished reworking this old tattoo… And I’ll go with the sentiment.
 
 Have a good night everyone!
 

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Monday, November 30th, 2015

Tattoos are a commitment, and they’re only as permanent as the passing times in our lives.
 
 Coverups are a way for tattoos to change and grow with us!
 
 When considering a coverup, I recommend temporarily forgetting it’s a coverup. Think of two or three ideas that you’d love to have if you were getting a brand spankin’ new tattoo. Email me with questions or to set up a consult and we’ll discuss and plan the piece. Once we have the concept in place, the key to a quality coverup is flexibility in size, detail, texture and color – these allow us to transition the old into the new!
 

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Friday, October 23rd, 2015

I love a good coverup – and what makes a for solid coverup is a client knows what they want their new tattoo to be, and who’s open to the creative process and flexible in how we get there.
 
 This is a fantastic example of having a solid design idea to begin with -
 a stained glass inspired Cicada – and then flexibility in size, detail, color, texture and flow to let the new tattoo take on a life of its own. LOVE this piece!
 

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Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

Because sometimes it’s time to breathe new life into a tattoo! Re coloring or reworking a tattoo are great options when it’s a design you’d like to keep instead of covering it up!
 
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Friday, September 11th, 2015

Incorporating old tattoos within a newer, bigger tattoo is a great way to unify your ink! Here we used the Celtic Knot as decoration on the Viking ship sail. Loving the black and gray use of variations in texture.
 

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Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

The Fun-O-Meter needle is topping out on this one!
 
 I spent the day in blacksmith mode, customizing this full sleeve of armour. I drew most of the design directly on his arm in order to maximize fit and flow within the design. Looking forward to phase two when we complete the coverup, add the chainmail and incorporate shading to provide texture and dimension.
 
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