At our tattoo school in Thailand, our student tattooist David has generated an extraordinary tattoo design portfolio which will surely aid in his desire to become a professional tattooist and open up his own business. Among Davids exquisite ensemble of tattoos is an obvious prediction and talent for producing colour works.
Davids colour work ability has grown considerably from his first designs, but not to be mistaken, his very first colour work renditions were of excellent quality.David’s lotus flower tattoo design is an excellent example of this; here he shows the intricate innate ability to create detailed shadow work with colour and varying tones. He also has chosen beautifully complementary tones that do not overpower the whole tattoo design and create a pleasant overall visual experience.
His colour work ability increases furthermore and he has gone on to establish a sophisticated understanding of colour work design that was exhibited in his Chinese dragon designs. His Chinese dragon tattoo rendition used an array of colours consisting of reds, greens, yellows and blues, all of these colours can easily distort and reduce the visual effectiveness of each other, unless the artist has a deep understanding of how colours can and should be implemented. Fortunately David demonstrates an understanding by combining this array of colours with his exquisite line work.
One of David’s most impressive tattoos is his depiction of a mythical warrior, designed as a full back design. Rather interestingly this tattoo designs features predominantly as a shadow work tattoo with only one colour used as a highlight throughout the picture. The red colour used accentuates the dark vibes of the tattoos, creating a sinister atmosphere.
If David’s tattoos truly appeal to your own design tastes and you would like to develop your own ability on our tattoo Training courses. Then feel to head to our contact page and start up a discussion with us about anything you would like to know.