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In this long-awaited second edition to Guy's educational book, he has upgraded the format to a full-color, page hardcover boxed edition, including a DVD. Despite its powerful potential, the art of tattooing really took a long time to find its If we look at enough books of tattoos in the early part of the century, we'l| occa. Start by marking “Reinventing the Tattoo” as Want to Read: In this long-awaited second edition to Guys educational book, he has upgraded the format to a full-color, page hardcover boxed edition, including a DVD with 40 detailed video clips that relate directly to material in.


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Reinventing The Tattoo, an interactive, educational eBook written by Guy Aitchison Updated chapters from the original book; New chapters by Guy on client. Reinventing the Tattoo - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online for free. Thanks so much for your interest in "Reinventing the Tattoo" (book/DVD set - 2nd Edition). Unfortunately the book has been out of print for a few years and we.

Reinventing The Tattoo: Technique

He's worked in both skin and paint for the length of his career, cultivating a careful balance between hyperrealism and graphic strength. Part of what makes his impressively nuanced tattoo work possible is his process of working in layers- that is, in a large piece, instead of finishing a different part in each session, the whole design gets a light coat each sighting and is built up like a classic oil painting, making possible a whole range of new visual effects. His execution is not only highly realistic but is also exaggerated in just the right ways to make each rose extra crisp, deep, and high contrast.

Everything about his tattooing technique is carefully considered and well practiced, which shows clearly in the quality of his work, especially when seen healed and settled in the skin. We feel fortunate that an artist with Phil's amazing technical abilities is available to share some of his specialized knowledge in a chapter that goes into both the philosophy and the nuts and bolts of how to create bold, crisp, realistic effects in almost any style of tattooing.

We are also working with Phil to complete a video tutorial that promises to go far deeper into his toolkit.

Flow and fit are at the core of good tattoo design, and such a fundamental part of the discussion of good tattoo drawing that it's the first chapter in the book after the introduction Coverup Section As the tattoo art form continues to evolve and grow in popularity, knowing what to do about unwanted tattoos is becoming more and more crucial for tattoo artists.

Despite the enormous artistic growth in tattooing over the past two decades, there still seems to be a fundamental gap in understanding what coverup tattooing is all about and how to avoid making dark, dense, obvious coverups.

Coverup: A Fresh Look was filmed at the Worldwide Tattoo Conference, and was designed to go over the most crucial theory behind what makes coverups either work or not work, and shows many examples in both photo and video form on several different types of coverup projects from small, single-pass pieces to large, epic transformations, and everything in between.

It also goes into detail about the laser, showing several sample projects and discussing in detail the realities of the laser.

Video examples are close up and detailed, and the live format also allowed for some insightful audience questions to round out the program. Just check your Table Of Contents and go to Part 8 where you'll not only find the entire video but also a comprehensive section of the book on the coverup subject.

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If you are not yet a subscriber, consider joining before you buy the DVD In addition, we have just added a second coverup video tutorial that builds on the first. Coverup: The Next Level provides a clear foundation for not only tackling any kind of coverup job, but also for using coverup as an opportunity to get larger scale projects and a more serious clientele.

As clients start to get larger work, it is often up to their artists to steer them toward thinking larger scale, instead of filling up with small pieces.

These artists will usually have the job of covering or incorporating earlier pieces, and if approached with the right mindset, these collectors can be guided into getting the kinds of large scale work that we are proud to have in our portfolios.

Coverup: The Next Level breaks the coverup process down into a list of factors and considerations that can make your job easier. Coverup Trivia Question 1 Coverups are a pain. Why should I bother when I do my best work on clean skin?

No doubt you are already aware of how much potential business there is for an artist willing to do coverup work. But there's an important demographic of clientele who you really don't want to turn away. Who are these people? Read more at www.

I've laid out six major "Coverup Realities", including the Translucency Factor. When a coverup tattoo heals and settles, you can usually see the old piece coming through, because the new tattoo isn't opaque like acrylic or oil paint- it's translucent, like watercolors. Well, yes and no. When you apply layers of ink across multiple sessions, you are mixing pigments in the skin, so adding a lot of white or off-white pigment can limit how black you can get your lines later on.

It is possible to get a lasting lightening effect by using white, but it may be a little different from what you'd expect. Find out more at www.

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How can I avoid this? Let's say you're doing a backpiece to cover up a "tramp stamp" and a couple small shoulder pieces.

You finish and step beck, and are mostly happy, but those coverup areas are just a little denser than the rest. Since this is impossible to avoid with many coverup projects, the answer lies in balancing out that density by adding it in a few areas that aren't coverup, in order to bring that look through the whole piece. If solid black can't do it, then what can? It's a simple answer: Detail.

Clever use of detail can not only hide the old piece but also disguise which parts of the new tattoo are coverup and which aren't. Certain areas of the old tattoo are dark and scarred; how can I cover those parts?

It's all about smart design. If you think ahead you can often make use of the worst parts of the old piece in ways that make the coverup not only successful, but unexpected and original.

More material is on the way, and will continue to be added regularly, with the curriculum made to address an increasingly specialized and energetic tattoo industry. Reinventing The Tattoo is as detailed and up-to-date as anything of its kind that has ever been published, and will only continue to become more sophisticated as more artists get involved. Subscribe now to take advantage of this unparalleled educational experience. Newly added - Massive Techinque Tutorial For a decade and a half now Guy Aitchison been perfecting his Reinventing The Tattoo curriculum, which teaches some of the fundamentals of artistic design in a way that can be applied toward making your tattoo work stronger, more dynamic, and more unique.

Reinventing the Tattoo

It aims to balance understanding of artistic essentials with cutting-edge technical knowledge to give students a broad base of understanding toward being better artists across the board. The latest installment in the Reinventing series is simply titled Technique. He goes into detail about the design preparation, palette and the equipment and methods he's using to bring the project to completion.

The other two disks, Tightening 1 and 2, go into detail about finishing techniques, spotlighting four projects up close, with a voiceover describing every move in detail as Guy shows the line building, detailing, smoothing and other development on a variety of effects including floral, organic, mechanical, metallic and carved wood, with each piece showed healed so you can really see the kind of results that you can realistically expect from working with these methods. This four disk set is about as technical as it gets.

A Reinventing The Tattoo aims to improve your skills as an overall artist as a foundation for becoming the best tattooist you can possibly be. Then the idea of stronger art skills is expanded with detailed sections on working in a second artistic medium, using references, and taking advantage of digital tools. To ask other readers questions about Reinventing the Tattoo , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Reinventing the Tattoo.

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More filters. Sort order. Jan 06, Dazy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Anyone who owns a tattoo machine should have this.

I'll skip the long rant about the kitchen scratcher and address the serious artists out there. Most will know already that Aitchison's book is a priceless gift to the business.

I have both editions and couldn't be happier with their content. Whether you are just starting out or have been in the game for a while, you surely won't be disappointed. A great reference for everyone and fantastic breakdown and insight to one of the world's leading tatt Anyone who owns a tattoo machine should have this. A great reference for everyone and fantastic breakdown and insight to one of the world's leading tattoo artists. Chris Biede rated it really liked it Feb 08, Brian Gallegos rated it liked it Mar 13, Martin rated it it was amazing Nov 18, Braj rated it it was amazing Feb 06, Peter Tikos rated it it was amazing May 29, Serhii Koshovyi rated it it was amazing Nov 05, B rated it it was amazing Apr 03, Mateo Caos rated it it was amazing Jan 12, Jason rated it it was amazing Jul 10, Paul Thurman rated it it was amazing Mar 22, Michael rated it it was amazing Jul 14, Sarah rated it it was amazing Mar 03, Savannah Colleen rated it it was amazing Mar 11, Chuck D rated it it was amazing Jun 08, Paul Wildeisen rated it it was amazing Dec 09, Leon rated it did not like it Dec 04, Cheryl rated it it was amazing Feb 06, Lola Ancira rated it liked it Jun 02, Craig marked it as to-read Sep 13, Sky added it May 12, Jessica marked it as to-read May 21, Jerm marked it as to-read Aug 17, Tanya Martin marked it as to-read Oct 16, Brandon marked it as to-read Oct 25, Joe Freemyer marked it as to-read Nov 02, Samantha Huston added it Jan 03, Dooddy Doody marked it as to-read Jan 21, Jake Banks marked it as to-read Feb 26, Marc Bierkandt marked it as to-read Feb 27, Jermaine Keeling marked it as to-read Mar 06, Ratoncito Perez perez marked it as to-read Mar 12, A Reinventing The Tattoo aims to improve your skills as an overall artist as a foundation for becoming the best tattooist you can possibly be.

Coverup: A Fresh Look was filmed at the Worldwide Tattoo Conference, and was designed to go over the most crucial theory behind what makes coverups either work or not work, and shows many examples in both photo and video form on several different types of coverup projects from small, single-pass pieces to large, epic transformations, and everything in between.

These artists will usually have the job of covering or incorporating earlier pieces, and if approached with the right mindset, these collectors can be guided into getting the kinds of large scale work that we are proud to have in our portfolios.

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