vector art/ tattoos of dragons/tigers/eyes or just graphics?
I’m looking for graphics for my vehicle. (SUV type. It’s got a lift and the tires and system, now instead of spending mucho $$$ on a huge paint job I’ll go unique and cheap)
I’d like to put two eyes in the back and maybe a cool looking graphic on the hood or down the side
I’m also always looking for a good looking dragon or tiger.
Pics and link help too
tribal or asian theme
It’s all up to your personality. I hate when people get generic crap on their vehicle or tattooed on their bodies. Seriously, why spend money “customizing” your car/skin to make it look “different” when all you did was take some stock tribal or Asian lettering that everyone else with no imagination does? That doesn’t customize or personalize anything.
Looking for baby dragon tattoos?
I seen flash art at a local tattoo parlor, but I don’t really like the parlor they are in. I asked if I could purchase them but the owner told me that was not possible. The Flash was of baby dragons. One was eating a cookie(purple), one was breathing fire(green), and one was just laying down(grayish). I was wondering if anyone knows where I can find these. I would love to get them.
Most Flash is available at all the shops.
No one shop owns it all…Usually they
will sell you a stencil of what you want.
Look for another shop..Good Luck
How do you sell your tattoo art?
I know that in the artist’s world…It is very hard to make money. But I’m not really looking for a job, but mostly some pocket change.
I draw portraits and tattoos . I’ve sold 8 or 9 portraits and 2 tattoos .
I guess my question is how would I sell my tattoo art to a parlor? Or should I just stick to selling them to the person wanting it done, like Ihave been doing?
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b330/Aviation101/ Tattoos %20and%20drawings/japdragon.jpg
I fell in love with portraits when I drew my first one. I draw soldier portraits mostly for me friends, but I’d really like to sell my work. I donno…Just a thought I guess.
I think your best bet would be to strike a deal with a couple/few tattoo parlors and work it out on a commission basis. Whatever they charge for that design you get 10%, 20%, whatever you can agree on. You can still sell them the way you do now and having a deal with a tattooist would bring in extra bucks whenever someone chose your design.
questions about tattoo art- any tattoo artist here? or anyone who loves tattoos?? can you please help me??!?
i have one big question- is there a rule to draw tattoo? like does it have to be a specific thing (like a skull, or dragon and what not..) i love drawing, but i draw what is on my mind at the moment… sometimes, they are just a bunch of cool dark lines… but i have had positive comments from my friends and family… and everyone tells me that i should be a tattoo artist.
although that is not what i want to be, i still want to sell some of my drawings, but before that i just want to make sure that such art is accepted… if you have any useful information or a website where i can do more research on tattoo art, that will be really REALLy helpful!
thanks a lot for reading! =)
It’s not WHAT you draw, it’s that you’re an artist in the first place. It’s a very tricky medium, living human skin, and the only way that I know of to learn it properly is hands on, as an apprentice. When you put art in your portfolio, for showing to future mentors, include all of the kinds of art you do… We can see if you are talented. And if your friends are telling you that, you might just want to listen to ‘em. Take care.
What do you think of this tattoo?
I was planning on having it either, quite small between my shoulder blades, or large with the tail running down the length of my spine..havnt decided yet.
I think it alright, not really my style though. Is there a specific reason you picked this one or just because it looks cool, doesn’t matter either way I was just curious. I like the intense details throughout the body and wings, make sure you add a little of your own flavor to it, it would be more fun that way, maybe on the tail where the details is a little more spaced out. Good luck, have fun
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