There’s a port
There’s a town
There’s somebody waiting
There’s somebody leaving
or better drink it all?
And then, there’s the next port
There’s a new name
There’s a new smell
There’s a women wishing well
Dancing with angels in burning hell
One more brutal session with our friend Stefan. We did about 4 hours and half today.
This sleeve was started on conventions throughout the country and here you can check where did we stopped last time.
Due to schedule matters, we decided to work in the shop meanwhile.
I hope you dig the photo, as much as I enjoyed doing this session!
für Schweinsteiger und alles Deutsche Fußball-Nationalmannschaft. Danke, jungs!
Usually this blog ain’t much “on time” about what’s going on with the world surrounding and daily happenings. I might draw time to time some motifs that are socially connected with a certain memento (like I did here), but ain’t no need (from my perspective) to turn this into some sort of diary.
Well, exceptions are the rules. With the joy and passion I have for football (and I refuse to use the word soccer…sorry) I couldn’t let this pass through.
So, I painted this ONI-demon just after the final match inspired on the German player Schweinsteiger (did you pronounced correctly?)
Despite getting a deep cut just bellow his eye, he fought like a true warrior.
This spirit of “never giving up” it’s a true inspiration!
Oh, and the Japanese character on the ONI’s forehead represents the number “4″. For the fourth companionship won by the German team.
Congratulation guys! Well deserved!
My friend Tim and his lovely girlfriend came by to have his healed tattooed photographed. Thanx bro! Above: Healed tattoo. Bellow: When the 5th and last session was just finished.
Follow from here the step by step of this tattoo
写真上：治った状態のタトゥー 写真下：仕上がった直後の写真 こちらからリンクを追って、出来上がりまでご覧ください
People following this blog (and I thank you once again…) might noticed that I’m not posting daily since this month (July).
Reason is simple.
I promised and pushed myself to post only stuff that achieve certain “standards” that I settled.
And I will not get totally into technical details here, but let’s say that quantity will not mean quality. At least from now on.
So, when quality (that is dubious when comes from the “creators” point of view) should prevail, it must be faced with fearless criticism.
The only thing is that I’m very self-critical, so the process get’s slow as you might guess…
With this, I do hope to share more the time spent on these paintings. Time that was truly well spent for me!
The motif was chosen from a previous tattoo flash I had done (here)
This one will take a little while to complete, but I do hope we work on a good pace for each session. Excellent weekend for everybody following this blog!