Oni riding koi

October 30, 2014 § Leave a comment

Here’s a recent Oni demon of mischief riding a black koi fish. He must be up to no good carrying that giant axe !
Hope this guy doesn’t come messin’ with me !

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Kiku

October 30, 2014 § Leave a comment

Yesterdays Chrysanthimum flower in a traditional japanese style ! My favorite style! Hope everyone has a great Halloween! Also my favorite time of year!! Party hard.

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Large koi

October 19, 2014 § 2 Comments

Here you can see some color progress on a large leg sleeve i am making for this gentleman. Next a Hannya will appear on the shin area and you will see the tattoo extend down the leg.
Thanx for looking! Follow tradition!

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SPIDER

October 11, 2014 § 2 Comments

Here is a new one i just made the other day on a Rhode Island tattooer. It’s always an honor when a fellow craftsman appreciates your work. Hope you enjoy this Spooky Spider!

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INKMASTER 5

September 30, 2014 § 2 Comments

Tonite at 10:00pm on Spike tv –
I will once again be guest Judge!
Hope you all enjoy it ! And remember its only tv. I will always be here if you want the real thing! -Peace

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Tiger sleeve looking cool

September 6, 2014 § 2 Comments

Here’s a Tiger sleeve in progress i’m excited about! It’s looking cool in it’s early stages of growth. Tigers are one of my alltime favorite subjects to tattoo. They are so full of power and grace. They are an Icon of strength.
What a wonderful creature and spirit animal. Hope you enjoy and check back on progress on this and other projects soon!

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Koi leg progess

September 6, 2014 § 1 Comment

Here’s a koi leg project i’m working on. It will have color and be done in a traditional looking style. I really enjoy doing big leg sleeves of this fashion. The end result always looks Epic on this scale. Japanese work is meant to be large and cover the body. More to come soon. Stay posted and stay safe!

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