The UTMC Tattoo Thread!

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Postby Priest » Sun Sep 26, 2010 9:16 am

Hey all. I haven't been going nuts with pichers lately, but I've been super busy. Now that fall is here-ish, the more comprehensive stuff gets finished and chapters get closed, and I get to start new stuff. Some updates...

The Hotrod sleeve was finally officially finished. It's one of the best pieces I've produced all year, and as far as true, cohesive sleeves go, the best I've done in years. Great result, lots of angles:

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The gorgon head was finally fine-tuned...
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I started the most ambitious cover-up project I've ever done before - a goliath of a man with a, unfortunate mess all over his huge arm. We are covering it with a sleeve of (very cliche) Japanese-like imagery. Huge project. This poor guy has twice the arm of a mortal man, and as such will be paying twice the price (on many levels) to get this done. There's more progress than depicted, including a dragon up top, but no pix as of yet...

Before:
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Beginnings:
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Normally, I'd run from such a piece. I need another koi sleeve like I need the proverbial hole in the head. But this is a super challenge to cover, and my arrogance wouldn't allow me to pass it up when other tattooers turned it away.


Some funnery:

A tattoo of Brandon, the shop kid, on his dumb buddy who wanted a free tattoo. I created a mandate at the shop in which I will do free tattoos on anyone who asks, as long as it's a tattoo of Brandon the shop kid.
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A stinky poopoo rose. Love this.
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And finally, FGBK's snake is complete, and pretty damned badass.
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I tattooed MotorCityN8 at the Baltimore Tattoo Expo a few weeks back. But my pictures suck the dick, and if they don't do it justice, I don't post. But it was fun. He and Vespalina came down and brought me soap and little toy motorbikes. We drew blood for a couple of hours. Good times.

New projects for fall on deck....
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Postby piccini9 » Sun Sep 26, 2010 10:47 am

A tattoo of Brandon, the shop kid, on his dumb buddy who wanted a free tattoo. I created a mandate at the shop in which I will do free tattoos on anyone who asks, as long as it's a tattoo of Brandon the shop kid.



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Postby Priest » Sun Sep 26, 2010 12:54 pm

Some more. I did find a pic of Nate's oldskewl UTMC derived dagger and bars from the convention. Classic no BS tattoo, the way they should be:

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Some of my favorite stuff...

This dude works as the parts/accessories dude at the moto dealer near the shop. I traded him this for a pair of awesome Held gloves that replaced my old awesome Held gloves. last time he brought me my Shoei RF1100. He orders me the shit that I want, pays his lesser cost for it, and I get it for sweat and labor. Everyone wins:

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Some miniskirt badassery:

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Postby thesoapster » Sun Sep 26, 2010 7:59 pm

Wow. Nice work. Crazy ass (in a good way) snake!

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Postby Aggroton » Fri Oct 01, 2010 10:29 am

Scotty you are the shit.
This is the first ive read this thread.
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Postby thrasherbill » Fri Oct 01, 2010 3:43 pm

Question for Priest and everyone else I guess... A guy on the VW forum I help out with is getting a portrait of his recently passed father and wants to know if he can have a bit of his Dad's ashes added into the ink. Is this something that is done? Sanitary issues?
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Postby Dobbs » Fri Oct 01, 2010 4:01 pm

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Postby Priest » Mon Oct 04, 2010 4:22 pm

thrasherbill wrote:Question for Priest and everyone else I guess... A guy on the VW forum I help out with is getting a portrait of his recently passed father and wants to know if he can have a bit of his Dad's ashes added into the ink. Is this something that is done? Sanitary issues?


Guys in prison get tattooed with melted black checkers, cigarette ashes, toothpaste, etc. It generally doesn't kill them. (The Hepatitis from the dirty equipment does).

That being said, I'd question the legitimacy of a tattooer who was willing to do such a thing. It's utter madness from a professional point of view.

And THAT being said, I would not be afraid to do such a thing to myself, but wouldn't even consider for a second doing so to another person.

I'm pretty sure no questions were actually answered here. :lol:
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Postby piccini9 » Mon Oct 04, 2010 5:57 pm

thrasherbill wrote:Question for Priest and everyone else I guess... A guy on the VW forum I help out with is getting a portrait of his recently passed father and wants to know if he can have a bit of his Dad's ashes added into the ink. Is this something that is done? Sanitary issues?


I'm seriously thinking about doing something like this with the ashes of my dog, George.
Also, I tried to contact Richard Serra once about collecting some of the rust that sloughs off his sculptures to use in a tattoo. His wife wouldn't let me speak to him.

I don't even have any tattoos, maybe this is why.
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Postby Priest » Mon Oct 04, 2010 7:04 pm

piccini9 wrote:
thrasherbill wrote:Question for Priest and everyone else I guess... A guy on the VW forum I help out with is getting a portrait of his recently passed father and wants to know if he can have a bit of his Dad's ashes added into the ink. Is this something that is done? Sanitary issues?


I'm seriously thinking about doing something like this with the ashes of my dog, George.
Also, I tried to contact Richard Serra once about collecting some of the rust that sloughs off his sculptures to use in a tattoo. His wife wouldn't let me speak to him.

I don't even have any tattoos, maybe this is why.


That's all very unwise, bordering on kind of stupid. Not the sentiment, but the technical part. I say this not to insult, but as a pal and a pro.

On the other hand, this is coming from a guy who's been somewhat exposed to the blood of roughly 12,000 strangers. I don't think Dracula has drawn as much blood as I.

Here's the thing - modern, responsible tattooers (any worth speaking of) have made great strides. Bloodborne pathogens training on a regular basis, fairly advanced first aid, knowing and adhering to the sterile chain of events. To ask someone to act counter to what is smart, responsible, correct - it (to me) kind of smacks of slight disrespect. Along the lines of "tattooers are none but pirates and such, I'm sure they'll do this thing I'm asking for - I mean, how seriously can they take their career/trade, right?"

On the other side of that coin: do you want someone that doesn't take their occupation seriously - someone who would risk their reputation, the validity of the vocation, the health of their clients and thereby the health of their business and the industry as a whole - to be tattooing you?

Honor your missing loved ones with thought. And should you choose to, a memorial tattoo can be very cool. Would your loved one think more of you for doing it with dirty ashes or rusty metal? Would doing it the right way make them think you loved them less?

Just stuff to think about.
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Postby SSCAM » Tue Oct 05, 2010 2:38 am

Fuck what Priest says. I'll tattoo anybody with ashes and rust for $5 and a pack of Lucky Strikes. I can make a "gun" out of just about anything (Silent Bob showed me how to make some crazy shit out of chicken wire and his mom's vibrator). :evil:

Sure...

Pete: Just transpose the following equation from "Matt's Law" - W2C1Q1=W1C2Q2 where W is the willingness of the "artist" to do shady work, C is the cost of said tattoo and Q is the quality of the piece. You will notice that as the willingness increases and the cost decreases, the quality of the work decreases. A change in one of those factors must be balanced by a change in one or both of the others.

OK, I don't know shit about math but the statement of "Matt's Law" is based on experience.

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Postby piccini9 » Tue Oct 05, 2010 4:19 am

Mattos de Mutilated Manos wrote:
Pete: Just transpose the following equation from "Matt's Law" - W2C1Q1=W1C2Q2 where W is the willingness of the "artist" to do shady work, C is the cost of said tattoo and Q is the quality of the piece.



I was gonna do it myself. Does that render your equation a snake eating it's own tail?
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Postby Filthy(Girl)Bastard » Sun Oct 17, 2010 6:02 am

Is anyone going to the DC Tat Expo? I'm looking to fly in for it but not looking to get a room alone. Anyone nearby have a couch I could crash or want to go in on a room together?
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Postby Vance » Sat Jan 29, 2011 12:37 pm

I finally can say that my decade-long wait is over...=

For my birthday (albeit almost a month late) I started the Grendel Eye Project... Based on my own Grendel "eyes" design - the outline was complete a week ago (phase 1). I've been told to come back in about 6-8 weeks to start the graphic "fill ins" for the two eyes. So - in some two sessions and 5 hours of sitting from now this dream will finally be realized in a completed form.

Mind you this is NOTHING like what FGB's or BlackJoe's turned out to be - but I'm pretty happy with how big it is going to turn out to be when all is said and done, and to that I wanted to share:

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Postby Sisyphus » Sat Jan 29, 2011 3:41 pm

Wow. I've never seen this thread before but dang. That's some nice work Scotty, if I may call you that.
Insofar as ashes, etc-- I do have some indirect experience with the matter. When I was sailing through the South Pacific, some shipmates went out and got themselves tattooed in the Marquesas, where the local guy traded a bunch of nice tattoos for a pair of sunglasses, some money, and assorted other stuff. I have no idea what he used, but the intricate work done was nothing like what you see here in a modern country. It's very basic, black ink stuff in traditional Marquesan style. I think he used a stamp pad squeezed out into a vial which he rubbed into the design he made using an electric razor with the head removed and a needle of some sort rubber-banded onto the moving part.
Now the ashes story. Some more folks went all the way over to the other side of the island when we stopped in Samoa, to see the guy who's famous for his traditional work with sharpened pig's tooth stylus and mallet. For a modest fee, he agreed to tattoo my friends in this manner. For ashes he used those of a coconut husk and candlenuts, which burn kind of a waxy soot. The design was tapped in, and then the ink was rubbed into the wound. Painful? Yes. But the effect was as advertised, and twelve years or so on, the designs on all the aforementioned tattoos have held true. No wierd bleeding or fading, nothing like that.

My own tattoo I got in Bora Bora was done with a modern gun and some type of printer's ink the guy got from Germany. So far so good!
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Postby Ames » Sun Feb 06, 2011 11:17 am

BlackJoe, that is stunning! I can't wait to see more updates on it.
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Postby Jaeger » Sun Feb 06, 2011 4:54 pm

Sweet! Aaaugh! Jealous! ;)

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Postby roadmissile » Sun Feb 06, 2011 7:41 pm

blackjoe wrote:<img src="http://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs079.snc6/168897_1772756595423_1134535621_2072841_6024000_n.jpg">


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Postby Priest » Wed Feb 09, 2011 11:36 am

You can call me anything you wish. I generally answer to "dick".

I have some pretty high hopes fot that Cthulhu piece. The rough outline does nothing to illustrate the ultimate product yet. Soooon.
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Postby Vance » Wed Feb 16, 2011 1:34 pm

Whoot!
I'm back under the gun way sooner than I expected thanks to Wife v2.0's VDay gift! Back to Elemental Ink on the 26th for Phase 2 of 3!
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Postby Priest » Wed Feb 16, 2011 3:26 pm

BackDoorBarbie wrote:bogan?


Totally.
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Postby Ames » Thu Feb 24, 2011 8:47 pm

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Postby Vance » Sun Feb 27, 2011 11:28 am

Phase 2 completed yesterday afternoon:

About 4 hours later - the white details are much more visible from the other picture I have where I was so red and swollen you couldn't see the white at all:

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Postby Ames » Sun Feb 27, 2011 11:42 am

Jim, when you're done you need to send a pic to Matt Wagner.
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Postby Vance » Sun Feb 27, 2011 2:22 pm

He's already seen the outline Ames...
I was going to send him this update tomorrow! :)
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Postby Vance » Tue Mar 01, 2011 5:45 pm

From Matt Wagner himself:

Looks great, dude. And nice choice of image...that's one of my own personal faves of the past several years.

Good luck with "Phase 3"!


Matt Wagner reviewed...
Matt Wagner approved!
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Postby Ames » Tue Mar 01, 2011 10:31 pm

Vance wrote:From Matt Wagner himself:

Looks great, dude. And nice choice of image...that's one of my own personal faves of the past several years.

Good luck with "Phase 3"!


Matt Wagner reviewed...
Matt Wagner approved!
What more can a fanboy want? :)


Matt Wagner to sign it and have the signature incorporated into the tattoo.

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Postby Vance » Wed Mar 02, 2011 3:43 pm

The tattoo artist has a custom art work by him... signed...
I wonder if she'd be willing to... hmmmmm
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Postby Filthy(Girl)Bastard » Sun Mar 20, 2011 6:05 pm

I just received this nice message on FB, and of course, all credit goes to Scotty on being a top-notch artist.

"Hello, Scott Christopher is also doing a tattoo for me. Just wanted to say that I like your back-piece very much and that seeing it on Scott's website was the deciding factor in my choosing him, as I am also getting a "black and red"."

Pretty solid. I'm happy my back encourages people to see you, and thank you- just wanted to share his appreciation of your work with you.
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Postby goose » Mon Mar 21, 2011 9:11 am

Indeed, I'm saving up for a super deluxe car and bike themed piece that I want Scotty to do! Priest is the man for inking the skin. Now, if I could only draw or something. Guess I'll ask him to help with that too!
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