Sunday, 27 September 2009

Tattoo Concept



Tryin' my best to make time for art. Workin' on this, a preliminary design for a tattoo.

11 comments:

Elaine Cheung said...

Lovely work. you should make more time for art.

Monique said...

This is cool...

Berni said...

Thank you, both. [^ﺏ^]

Anonymous said...

I love the tattoo, would look great on back shoulder.

Anonymous said...

That is an awesome concept!

Well done!

JJ said...

Hey berni, just recently stumbled onto your blog by searching for a third eye tattoo. Anyway looked at your other artworks and I just wanted to say you're incredibly talented, your illustrations must take up so much time but end up looking flawless.

Also I just had a question if I would be able to use this design template for my shoulder? I took a shine to it, I completely understand if you don't want to though, either way love your artwork and keep it up! :)

berni said...

Wow, thank you, I'm flattered. Sure you can use the design, but I have a request, could you take a picture of it when done (even if it's altered to suit yourself).

I'll post my email address in my profile. I appreciate your interest.

JJ said...

Yeah of course no problem berni and I appreciate you letting me use it :)

Not sure when I'll get it done (hopefully soon) but I'll send you an image when I get it done (Although my camera isn't the best quality lol). Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

i love this design man, i really want a third eye tattoo, i was thinking about using this general design, but have the outside lines more in a celtic style. If u had time i would love to see what you could do with that!

berni said...

I'll give it a go. ^-^

Anonymous said...

Berni,
Was recently searching the web for my latest tattoo and saw this design and had to have it. Based on previous posts i took the liberty of handing this design over to a local artist to put his own spin on it for me (hope this wasnt against ur liking). Anyways I love to shoot you an email of the pic....if your interested send an email my way and ill show you how it comes out.
Thanks for the cool artwork,
Roger (rlcufaude@aol.com)