6 Hours worth of Tatt Zappin!! Sierra sat like a champ!!
Got a touch up session in two weeks. I think I'm gonna push that Skwirl logo a bit as well as pump some baby blue into the background. That should cool the palette down a bit. I'll post some final photos when it's done:)
Below you will find this years Itinerary. I am currently only booking for the Hell City Convention, the Evolved Guest Spot and the guest spot at Dan Hazelton's private studio. If you are interested in getting tattooed by me at any of these locations please contact me via my website (www.jessesmithtattoos.com). Make sure to include the location at which you would like to get tattooed (ie. Hell City/Evolved/Dan Hazelton's) and a brief description of what it is that you would like to get. I have been receiving a lot of emails inquiring about this trip so I expect it to book up pretty quickly.
And to those of you who are interested in getting tattooed by me at the Miami/California trip, I'll be booking for those shows and guest spots right right before I leave for Hell City. If you would like to be notified as soon as I start booking, please go to my website (www.jessesmithtattoos.com) and join my mailing list. Till then, Take it easy,
So I went down to Fuzion Ink to do a guest spot for their one year anniversary and had all intention of finishing every piece I had started, but just like every other guest spot I do, I ended up getting myself in way over my head on one of the pieces. Fortunately for me, Fuzion Ink is only about an hour and a half from hear and Tom was more then willing to travel. Tom had initially asked me for a dragon on his chest, but before I knew it I had filled the page with a drawing that was ridiculously too big. So I showed Tom the piece and told him that it would look much better on the ribs, but if he wasn't willing to go that route then I'd draw something else up that would fit a little better. He liked the drawing so much that he offered up his ribs and we started crunchin away. I honestly didn't think he'd go for it but after we had finished the first session I threw out the idea of bringing it down and showing everything under water. The first couple of sittings he really didn't say much about it but as we got closer to finishing the upper half he started talking about bringing it down. Below is the sketch of the lower half that I drew on a photo of the upper half that I took before the last session. I'm hoping to have this piece knocked out within the next couple of months. So as soon as I have some good pictures of the completed piece I'll toss them up.