Work ,work ,work

Here’s is some ongoing and recent work 

Healed lower  legsleeve from the summer , small extension to the top  
 Dragon legsleeve rear ,on the go … 
Finishing up on this one , healed photos soon  

 
And started another mammoth back piece

   
 And made another sitting on this dissolution themed Rams skull 

Recent work

Lining this new backpiece out was a punishing session ,But looking forward to the end result

  enjoying this koi and hibiscus 3/4 sleeve

    Lyles sleeve has been one of my favourites in a while, both original and free of any real interference from the client ,I’m happy with its simplistic form and flow

  Thrashed out this white koi on a shin in one full day session , looking forward to doing the rest !  

Another pair of his n hers hands , on a barber kev from Mohair in the city centre I paid particular attention to the gentlemans haircut

Dragon sleeve 

This colourful dragon sleeve started of with a one point Buddah head then quickly developed into a large sleeve here’s the progress after a full day sitting , these are £450 and gives you from 11-6 with a short lunch break 



Avengers sleeve completed 

A couple of discreet coverups in this sleeve , I was given the choice by the customer to go for colour or black and grey , it was more of a challenge to do it without the iconic colours , I’m happy with the results ,here’s Thor,spidey,captain America,iron man and hulk 

Thor,







Working on this foo dog 

Been putting this foo dog on Duncan’s ribs ,large scale work here and tough sittings to lay in the colour , added this little turtle of longevity (minogame) on the lower with another to follow just above the knee , 



In Japan, the turtle has developed a more independent tradition than the other three prominent beasts of China. The minogame (蓑亀?), which is so old it has a train of seaweed growing on its back, is a symbol of longevity and felicity. A minogame has an important role in the well-known legend of Urashima Tarō.

According to traditional Japanese beliefs, the tortoise is a haven for immortals and the world mountain, and symbolizes longevity, good luck, and support. It is the symbol of Kumpira, the god of seafaring people.[7]