This is an ideal example for Cover Ups. The immaculate details of the raven, successfully cover the previous ink on the skin. It is so subtle that the bold Old English alphabets bury inside the superficial wings.
The previously inked 8 inch long script got suppressed so easily behind the rage of Shiva Tattoo that even a tweak of it can’t be seen.
This client is a F1 car racer and wanted to get rid of the smudged car. The whole cover up is a free hand work except the script at the bottom. The meter extension gives a pace to the tattoo which in turn makes it more frenzied.
This one is also a free hand extension which has a realistic eye, a bird and a zest of dot work. It looks simple at the same time elegant.
The vibrant colors and fine work takes the initial design to the next level. The once faded artwork looks new as never.
This client is a pilot and honestly speaking his previous fighter plane tattoo was a disaster. The further extension of the tattoo adds furor to the plane, which lacked initially.
The initially done dragon with the skull has perfectly camouflaged under the demonic artwork. The dense beard cloak the tattoo and makes it a whole new tattoo with a polar concept.
This cover up has been done very cunningly, keeping the size of the previous tattoo in mind, the artist has cleverly designed the Krishna. The eye on his head portrays the innocence of the entire tattoo.
The original sun tattoo has dimmed over time and also misses the punch of its ferocity. The extended flames roar the fury of the sun and clearly sends the message to the world.