Simplicity is key! Took a simple approach to cover the old tattoo. Adding dark tones to both outer edges and a beautiful face in the center is the easiest way to create a new tattoo look
This was a unique challenge. It was my first scar cover up. My approach was to use thinner colors that cover easy with dark tones. Having some light and medium tones would help to balance. Single session, hope y'all like it too!
One of my first cover ups. Bold and vibrant with a good balance of tones. Follow those directions and you do great cover up work. This one was primarily concentrated inks, although I rarely use them now. Once upon a time I was addicted to these inks.
Simple but effective, I used black, grey and flesh tone ink to create this new tattoo look. That is how I approach each cover up. I don't want people to think it was a cover up, to me that is a success. Unfortunately this tattoo was never completed.
First attempt at a galaxy tattoo and I can say without a doubt the hardest one. These however are my favorites. Done in two sessions. This amazing cover up sure did together!
Strange to me is the reaction people have to this tattoo. I've had some say it's a different arm or its fake. Well it's not fake, the image shows the progression. Original tattoo, first session, second session. (left to right)
This one too uses opaque grey with a hint of orange. I'll do a review of the ink set I use that helps me pull off these cover ups.