Saturday, 26 May 2012

I'm Alive.

So I haven't posted anything for a while ooops, here's what I've been up to:

The Pier

This is a finger painting on canvas with acrylic paints. I painted it for the staff room at school, I'm a teaching assistant.

Seven Deadly Sins - Gap Fillers

I've been working on Mitch's Seven Deadly Sins sleeve for over 4 years and these are the final designs. It's looking cool, I can't wait to see his arm completed.


Another design for Mark, the last one I did him was 'Music and Games'. This design is to go on his chest, ouch. Wings are a classic design and I think these ones look pretty darn badass.

Thanks for dropping by!

Thursday, 5 April 2012

Sailor Purdy.

Tiger - 'Forget-Me-Not'

This is Helen's 2nd tattoo design, her 1st can be viewed here. This is a repaint of Sailor Jerry's classic 'Tiger' painting, with added Forget-Me-Not flowers. I tidied up the lines and painted it as bright as possible because I wanted it to look pretty and feminine. I loved designing this and I am becoming more and more obsessed with the legend SJ. I'm planning on repainting more of his popular animal designs... when I get the time.

'Tiger' - Sailor Jerry's Original

Until next time, keep things Traditional!

Sunday, 11 March 2012


Mandala No1

I've been getting into Thomas Hooper in a big, big way. His tattoos and artwork blow my dome. So, on my facebook page I declared my love for T.H and ask my 'likers' if any of them wanted a tattoo or piece of art inspired by his work.

The lovely Alice Thickett replied with a huge YES. She had a few ideas based around geometric flowers, but luckily for me, she said I had free reign. This is the outcome, I am so happy with it and so is A.T.

Alice has asked me to design artwork to sell online for a shop in Castle Donington, East Midlands, UK... anyway it's happening, so look out for more work like this.

So excitables!

Sunday, 5 February 2012

Listen And Play.

Music and Games

My regular 'customer' Mark asked me to design him a third tattoo for the underside of his forearm, based around music and cards. He really likes the design I did for Martha, but wanted it to look masculine and bold. At first I was a little worried about designing this because of its similarities, yet I think I've managed to create a fresh and exciting piece for him. It's pretty simple and it didn't take too long, but the jobs done and Mark and I are both pleased.

Mark wants me to design him yet another tattoo in the coming months, so if you're liking what you're seeing, keep those eyes glued to your screen!