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GUY AITCHISON REINVENTING THE TATTOO PDF

Reinventing The Tattoo is Guy Aitchison’s flagship educational package, including a page full color hardcover book with slipcase, plus a DVD featuring Reinventing the Tattoo, 2nd Edition. Book and DVD Deluxe Box Set. by Guy Aitchison. Three years in the making, this is the long-awaited, fully updated. Reinventing the Tattoo – Guy Aitchison. I bought this book not so long ago and it has helped me a great deal. Just thought I’d provide a.

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Jerry marked it as to-read Mar 26, Chris Biede rated it really liked it Feb 08, Mateo Caos rated it it was amazing Jan 12, Peter Tikos rated it it was amazing May 29, Over coming months we will continue to refine and build the curriculum and the interface to include such things as:.

Appendix D Music recommendations Appendix E Colour Illustrations Overall I recommend this book to anyone wishing to expand their knowledge in tattooing. Miggy marked it as to-read Apr 08, To ask other readers questions about Reinventing the Tattooplease sign up.

Brian Gallegos rated it liked it Mar 13, Coverup Trivia Question 1 Coverups are a pain. Although still following the same basic format as the first edition, the text has been trimmed down, cleaned up, expanded, illustrated and captioned to make for an educational experience unlike anything else available in the tattoo industry.

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Reinventing The Tattoo

Share your thoughts with other customers. A This is not a book on doing biomech, don’t worry Proton Press; 2nd edition Language: Let’s say you’re doing a backpiece to cover up a “tramp stamp” and a couple small shoulder pieces.

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Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Making a stencil fit perfectly based on a tracing is an art unto itself, which Don covers in detail along with practical steps for printing and assembling large machine-made stencils, then he demonstrates his smooth-as-silk method for getting the design flawlessly and reliably onto the skin.

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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 I have both editions and couldn’t be happier with their content. Unknown Binding2nd Edition.

Please try again later. Participation in the forums provides a chance to extend your education as far as you want.

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Samantha Huston added it Jan 03, I was reading about this book on a few tattoo sites and they say something like “at the request of the author, this book will only be sold to artists working in shops” and that they request a phone number and shop address to verify you’re in a shop. It is actually presented in a 2 ring binder folder providing the ability to add extra chapters in the future.

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Posted May 27, edited. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. 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. A high speed connection is recommended for viewing the video material. A book so detailed, that many tattoo artists in the industry wish it were never published.

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Video examples are close up and detailed, and the live format also allowed for some insightful audience questions to round out the program. Appendix A goes through brand names of machines, tubes, needles and pigments, plus some book references.

See examples of this in Coverup: When you apply layers of ink across reinventingg 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 not meant to show you how to tattoo, but to show how to tattoo better.