There are hundreds of thousands of tattoo pictures online. Maybe millions. But with this rise in popularity, it's getting even harder than ever to tell the difference between a quality piece of art and a piece that will fade into a black smudge. Learn to tell the difference now so you don't have to learn the lesson the hard way.
UPDATE: this blog isn't updated as much as it should be anymore because I spend most of my time working on my work at KScopeArt.com. You can follow me on Facebook, but I hope you'll follow me here too!
Found Mike Moses through your blog. Just got this piece from him (one more session to go). It all started with Critink. I know you are kind of burned out on Tumblr, so I figured I’d give you a little positive feedback, and a well earned thanks.
I found Mike Moses through running this blog, and now I have a piece by him too. This makes me really, really happy to see. You don’t even know bro.
It’s just such a dynamic piece. The crow (raven?) is looking in the same directions as the little shattered looking bits. It’s smooth as hell with nice contrast, and the drippy bit down the center of your chest is hella nice in an asymetrical sort of way. Plus nice contrast between the soft feathers and sharp snowflake type lines.
Good example of how large amounts of black and asymmetry can be done right. But that’s Mike’s thing, right?