Lucky Hands Tattoo Parlour, Istanbul
New ink for my Grandpap.
Ink and gouache
latest updates: tattoo
The Dragon With the Girl Tattoo
Another page in the ‘sleepless’ molie that started with a suggestion from Bob.
New tattooed girl for the collection… This is all thanks to the model she chose the theme of the tattoo, a kitsune a fox in Japanese folklore that grows new tails increasing its mystical powers, this one has 9 the maximum. Other elements in the theme are the fire (related to the fox), a lotus flower and a “mari” ball.
Made with PITT, Tombo and Copic pens and finished with a wrapping paper collage
Katana & Snake…
just another tattooed girl in the series, another classical motive in the tattoo to pick up more techniques.
It’s been a while without posting but I hope I can resume the regular posting.
Again… made with brush pens.
Looking for my wings.
I want a dragonfly tattoo, and I need it to be something very special. I’m not a “tattoo woman”, but there have been a lot of changes in my life in the last year, and I want something that remembers me who I am and how much I’ve changed, and how important this changes are.
So, I want a dragonfly tattoo at my right shoulder.
I don’t know if it sounds very logical.
But I’m not a very logical woman…
Well… Do you like my wings?
I think I like the ones at the top right. What do you think?
(They are based on native american designs, slightly similar to the ones I saw last summer in Canada’s West Coast)
Tiger & Dragon Girl
3rd one on the Tattooed Girls Series. On this one I tried to show the constant battle of the Tiger and the Dragon in Asian cultures as balance of the Yin-Yan… The Tiger always represents the earth and the Dragon acts as the sky… No one wins.
The girls kimono is a collage of origami paper and used brush pens (Faber-Castell and Copic) for the colours.
Another girl on the tattoo series… this one has the japanese thunder god Raijin in a classical pose.
I’m happier with this one, much more than the previous one.
PITT brush pens