Did this the other week on an awesome client named Jeff. So fun!!
Amanda @elmcitydame THIS IS THE ARTIST I WAS TALKING ABOUT YESTERDAY.
Guys look how cool her work is… seriously….
Elize Nazelie has started doing watercolor tattoos! If you guys have followed critink for a while you know she’s my artist (and her other stuff is out of control good) and I’m stoked she’s started doing this! I’m seriously just posting this because I’ve gotten soooo many questions about finding an artist who does this lately!
[Elize] tattoos at [Brilliance Tattoo], Boston, MA.
BOOM. Also, I would book soon because she’s currently one of two artists in the US that’s doing this kind of style now and since most of us can’t afford the plane ticket to Europe, I’m pretty sure she’s going to start filling up her schedule with these…
Jeff Gogue “art” themed sleeve with details
Water Pokemon sleeve by Elize Nazelie. Open it up in a new window if you really want to see what’s good.
by Megan Wilson Picture Machine SF
Abbylyn Williams, Brilliance Tattoo Boston
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?