Hi hi and happy Tattoo Tuesday everyone! I will start doing #INKPLAY reports here of some of the cooler tattoo projects that I get to do. I am ecstatic and forever grateful, always, that people trust my creativity and hands creating their pieces to life. It’s a great feeling. If you would like to see my full portfolio, please visit Little INKPLAY Shop.
That said, #INKPLAY Reports, yokoso! <3
On Halloween, I was challenged to fix-up and add-on to an existing quetzal tattoo. In case you aren’t familiar with the bird, you can read more here.
(Pre) Existing Quetzal Tattoo ~
He came in and showed me his tattoo, he shared what he envisioned (a very loose idea of coring the bird and adding some background), we set a budget (we utilised my day rate, which you can check out in pricing & budget), made an appointment for a later date and as of yesterday, we hopped to it!
I always ask customers for references of things they find important. This one is a no brainer that the quetzal was the most important aspect of this piece. So using the time wisely between his consultation and appointment date, I received an email of amazing references. 😀
Start to Finish~
My personal favorite part of this piece is the waterfall; mostly because he was iffy about it, but loved it once we were done. 😀
This was a fun tattoo! <3
I often say that doing color tattoos taps into my A.D.D. Seriously, I feel like color is always amazing and creates a great mood that’s probably not appreciated by both the client and artist until … AFTER it’s done. haha
Thanks for looking~