This video shows a time lapse effort of an amazing tattoo by Midlands (UK) tattoo artist Justin burnout. Designed and completed by Burnout is a skull with roses inked up in a popular greyscale style. The finished result as I’m sure you would agree is beautifully styled and finished to a very professional standard. Be sure to pass your comments.
This video shows with the help of an awesome soundtrack the highs and lows of a guy named Dave receiving his first tattoo by a female tattoo artist. Well if you ask me he has gone pretty much in at the deep end with the region in where he has had done. The tattoo looks great though of the skull and wings and I think Dave should be very happy with his new inked up look!
Top draw tattoo artist Antony Flemming showcases his tattooing skills on a customers arm. In this sleeve design he covers skulls, ships, florals and creates a truly spectacular design. It’s amazing what these guys can do with a tattoo gun. Pass your comments and support these guys remarkable talent.
Learn how to draw the human head with Gary Geraths in this extremely concise and informative drawing tutorial.
Gary Geraths begins his portrait by composing the basic studies of the skull through a linear pencil drawing overlay to show the general facial structure of the human head. Using his pencil he draws an oval sphere to replicate the human face and then pencils in the cheekbones and eye sockets to give simple points of reference as well as the beginning stages of the face.
At this points he discusses distances between all the various proportions of the human face like and using his photocopied reference on the side he goes into detail of how to measure the distances between the eyes, nose, mouth and the chin. Once you understand these measurements it starts to become much easier for the artist to go into heavier pencil work and start to darken the lines and elaborate on key features. It is vitally important to regularly check these distances as you draw your human face and also to stand back from your drawing to avoid getting tunnel vision and misconstruing these key measurements.
Horizontal lines and are drawn to compared to other features to gain the position of the ears and light pencil work is introduced into the pencil portrait to start with the illusion of a 3D portrait and ascertain more fleshy features. When drawing the hair Geraths looks for general mass and volume to get the desired shape and goes in with further fine pencil work later on in his drawing to give the impression of individual hairs, highlights and tones.
This art tutorial is a classic example of how art portrait drawing should be instructed with an easy to follow approach and intensely strong knowledge of the cranial anatomy. First class.