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Celtic expansion: Half Sleeve

Here’s a black and gray Celtic add-on we did this week to complete Mark’s half sleeve!
 

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Live at the Studio: leaves part 2

Live from the studio! Hope’s expansion to her black work back panel tattoo. Wrapping from the back to flow onto the arm and around the ribs. Way to go, Hope! Props on the ribs!
 

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Live at the studio: leaves

Live at the studio! Adding onto Hope’s custom black work back panel, expanding it into an extensive piece wrapping around the deltoid and onto the ribs. WHOOOT!
 

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The Other Side of the Needle

And even more fun happened yesterday when I tattooed Jamie, in Minneapolis from Denver to chill with her pal (and AWP regular) Lori! Thanks for sharing these photos! It’s fun to see the process from the other side of the needle!
 

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The Other Side of the Needle, Pt 2

I posted earlier about Lori and Jamie’s complimentary tattoos… The Enso and script done in black work, both wrapping around the arm. Here they are!

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The Fox and the Owl

Fresh ink! Just finished John’s tattoo half sleeve – a custom spin on the Yin Yang, the color packed Fox and Owl flow dynamically on his arm. Gotta love all this color on a white Minneapolis wintery day!
 

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Spicey!

Nothing like spicin’ up an old tattoo!
 

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Color wheel

I’ve always thought Spirograph would make for a fabulous tattoo. This one comes close… Loved doing it! (And still looking for that Spirograph design.)
 


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Fresh Celtic ink! A fabulous black work Celtic calf panel for Karin – Yay!
 

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Veterans Day

A sincere thank you going out to Veterans for your service and for the courage asked of you and your families. Thank you for all you and your families have given.
 

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