zombiewulfer

taken some criticsm pls

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Hi I'm new to this forum. I'm still in apprenticeship phase, But ill also be attending college for a bachelors in fine art this week so i thought it would be good to get a gauge of my ability now an while a learn from school.

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Cool design but it wouldnt hurt if you create some deep by separating the skull / banner from the rest.
Its only one of my trick ok not cash money but maybe by adding the blue outline around the skull would do the tricks.
This would create a small empty space around the skull thus creating deep aka the rose are on the background now thingie.

Hope that help

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Alike that that idea ill have to try that out on my next piece

 

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Posted (edited)

16 hours ago, zombiewulfer said:

Why more black?

It's the only tried and true way of maintaining contrast between mid tone and shadow in a tattoo. Those subtle tonal changes in the rose work on paper; but in skin, they'd be flat areas of pink and green after they healed and settled in. Deepest shadows = straight black

Edited by David
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Black also makes colors brighter..

 

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