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JEFF OGIBA: I like the frog on the mushroom. DAN SANTORO: Yeah. I love that one too, man. I would really like to do that, to be honest with you. JEFF OGIBA: Who tagged all these? How big would you make that? DAN SANTORO: I’d do probably like– JEFF OGIBA: Just a little one? DAN
This week you had to demonstrate adaptability. Based on your work, one of you will be packing your machines. Alexis. What do you think overall? The Broccoli Tattoo, you have a really rough application in the shading and the color. You’ve had problems with this time and time again throughout this competition and here it
(epic music) – The long sweeping organic repeating patterns really, really appeal to me. There’s often a lot of hosey, serpentine shapes. What people see when they look at a biomechanical tattoo is I don’t know what that is. Then they almost immediately go, is that a dragon. – The way it changes the musculature,
– Yeah, it hurt as hell. (laughing) It really hurts. (upbeat music) (speaking foreign language) I’m Susumu. This is my very first tattoo, I really didn’t know what I was getting into when I started it. We are doing the final part, which is filling the eyes, which is I believe the pin session. And
Hi my name is Rick Wyckoff and you can check out our website at avatart2.com and I am here on behalf of Expert Village.com and I am talking about tips and techniques for getting tattooed. Disease control has been an increasing concern around tattoos. Some of the things that you need to look for when
– Artists, you have six hours to tattoo a neo-traditional animal. Your time starts now. – All right, here we go. – Come on, ladies. Girl power. – I’m excited. So cool. – I’m excited. – Neo-traditional is just a little more modernly-drawn. – Yeah, that’s the best spot ever. I [bleep] love it. –