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While he says in his bio that he prides himself on his extensive use of color, the healed backpiece on his Ink Master's profile was washed out, lacked definition, and is in serious need of a touch-up. Another photo realism artist, Nick has done some pretty amazing tattoos in his short career, if a bit heavy-handed on the white. I am not going to tell you what he specialises in since I am getting tired of typing r-e-a-l-i-s-m.
Detroit Michigan's Cee Jay “Inky” Jones (yes folks: “Inky”) has been tattooing for 15 years.
His inexperience does show a little in his work, although, there is a tribal piece in his portfolio that is quite stunning.
He describes himself as a “ninja duplicator,” meaning he can duplicate any style of tattooing. Owner of Loose Screw Tattoo in Richmond, Virginia, Jesse Smith discovered his love for art while living in Germany as a teen. Steve has taught me valuable lesson: I look like a dork when I throw the horns, a-la Ronnie James Dio, in every photograph.
It is hard for me to make a good assessment of his work from his profile page because the photos are also in black and white and a little fuzzy. If you have gotten this far into this post, you are saying to yourself, “What makes this cat (dude, chump, dickhead - whatever) qualified to give his opinion.” Well, nothing really.
I have fond memories of drawing dinosaurs with my dad at a very early age, but I was encouraged by my entire family to draw. I am not here to say anything pro or con about this show or shows about tattooing in general. He is going to have to step-up his game in this area in order to make it through the season. Hopefully his relative inexperience will not affect his chances at making a decent showing.
Come on folks, not everyone can have a cool nickname like Sailor Jerry, Doc Webb or Rollo Banks. He is a self-taught artists who specialises in black and gray with experience in Traditional Japanese and Americana.

Miller is not a fan of traditional styles of tattooing because they are not realistic enough. His profile says that he was introduced to tattooing by a circle of artists that he met while working as a caricaturist at Busch Gardens in Virginia. If it was a gun you would hold it differently and it would shoot fucking bullets.) He is phenomenal at new-school. He is entirely self-taught and one of the first generations of tattoo artists from his native country.
His portfolio has some pretty unique pieces and I think he can definitely hold his own for much of the season.
Out of all of these artists, I did not see one good traditional tattoo - or any for that matter. From digital art, to very realistic portraits, it seems as though this young artist just loves to draw and create.
It’s hard to say what first inspired it, and it probably continues for a wide variety of reasons.
I do some photography, 3d digital sculpting, and I compose my own orchestral music (look up Treijim on youtube), for example. I’m hoping to write a series of novels about a family that was split up as a war broke out. If it’s a realistic portrait, people tend to say how real it looks, or something like that. Tray’s black work is definitely above average and he can lay down some smooth, clean lines.
If they throw traditional Americana at him, will he be able to pull it off or be set out to pasture?
She states in her profile that she has used her “sex appeal” to her advantage but not to judge a book by its cover. He credits tattooing to turning his life around after being released from an eight-year stretch in prison. I do not see any traditional Japanese or Americana so “ninja duplicator” remains to be seen.

Steve is the owner of 12 Tattoos in Connecticut and specializes in black and gray portraits and horror imagery. The definition and detail in is work is certainly admirable, with one of his works taking over 100 hours to complete. I listen to orchestrated music, anything from baroque to romantic period, including classical. Each chapter changes points of view between family members and they try to reunite while trying to stop the war. Some read into the expressions or try to guess what the artwork means (nobody really gets it right), while others focus on technical aspects. It takes talent to make a traditional tattoo stand out and there are a lot of great aspiring artists specializing in traditional Americana needing a payday to help catch up on some bills.
I think it has a lot of potential for some good stories, and the family members range in ages from children up to 50 years of age, so people should find somebody to relate to. Sometimes somebody tries to find a flaw to point out, which I don’t really like to hear. Maybe they should rename Ink Master,  “Photo Realism Masters.” With that being said, my prediction is that Jesse Smith is going to win. Having said that, some of the pieces I’m most proud of art works like Little Norian, Tobias Edgard, and Prince Olston, and usually the pride comes from the commitment involved in working on these pieces literally for years. With that being said, I am here to give you the play-by-play as the color commentator on this season of Days of Our Lives: Tattoo Addition. It may be as simple as seeing a person, image, place, or having an idea, or seeing a potential story. Keep in mind, like any commentator, my predictions, comments and analysis of the art and artists is my own and does not reflect the opinions or views of Tattoo Artist Magazine as a whole.
I may be harsh - sort of like those mean, bitter Olympic diving, gymnastics and ice skating announcers.

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