Few of the latest works.
Yes, it’s done upside-down. On the ribs.
Finally started working on my own left hand as well.
Just a few works I’ve been up to meanwhile. There’s a lot more, but those are too much in the state of progress so I will post these later, when finished.
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Yes, finally. Took a bit under a year, although it would of been finished earlier if we’d work on it more regularily.
Since it’s a cover-up, then here’s a pic of what it looked like BEFORE:
Also, a lot of thanks and congratulations to the Radio Mania’s team – on their birthday concert at Rock Cafe (Tallinn, EST), they awarded my doom-sludge band Talbot with the “Surprise of the Year 2011” award. Lovely.
Yesterday continued with the mermaid back. I filled the upper background with clouds etc (the right corner was done some times ago actually), detailed the ship a bit and so on. It’s quietly getting there, totally enjoying doing it. Looks nice and massive.
Been thinking for 9 years about covering up the old stuff on my own leg, 9 years. We’ll, last week I finally got around it and beginned with the work. It’s going to be a lot of blackwork, as you can see:
Polegi ammu viikingiteemaatikat teinud. Päris põnev seega. Klient ise kah laevadega ja otsast viikingitegagi seotud. nagu näha, siis tööd veel jagub. Umbes kahe järgmise seansiga epaks valmis saama.
Nõel: 3round liner, 11round liner
It’s been a while since my last viking themed work, so, quite interesting. Client itself has something to do with ships and vikings also. As you can see, there’s a bit more to do. Should be done with next two sittings.
Needle: 3round liner, 11round liner