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    Jesse Smith Tribute

    Tribute to my favorite artist. I referenced one of his sketches, re-drew it, then used prisma markers to color.

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    Wicked fun

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    You worked from light to dark colors right?

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    I'm still figuring these marker things out! I experiment a lot. Some areas light to dark, some areas mid tones first, and some areas dark to light.

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    Try working dark to light, & try to make your blends while everything is still wet. So hold all the colors that you want to blend together in your (assumed) left hand w/ the caps on loose that way you can blend while things are wet or relatively wet.

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    I'll try it tomorrow! Thanks for the tip.

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    I find serial1313 only guy who really give most of important info on tattoo/machine and art...

    thanks serial...

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    serial is a rotary tattoo forum legend.. lol

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    I disagree w/ the last 2 posts. There are probably 5 or 10 other members that really put out 80 or 90 percent of all the real information on this forum. Go look up a review on machines, needles, inks, & other tattoo products & see who really gives back to this forum community. I do try to help people w/ what information that I do know, when I can. I do appreciate what those 5 to 10 members to give to this forum. I know you guys know who you are.

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