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Two hours of linework

Post by Rohr on Thu Jul 28, 2016 7:08 pm



Still mising som shadows, but she taped out.
Looks crocked because of the bag bending, it is straight though.

A few crooked lines here an there, but Im over all satisfied. (can always do better)

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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Loulou on Thu Jul 28, 2016 7:35 pm

i dont like the design at all , but the work looks ok
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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Rohr on Thu Jul 28, 2016 7:48 pm

You dont like the mandala style, this specifik design or why dont you like it? Smile



Some lines she did not want - design looked like this.
Not that expect you to like the design, because of a few more lines.

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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by head on Thu Jul 28, 2016 10:57 pm

i don't like the design at all..it just looks off...theres a few hiccups in the line work
and when you are doing semitrey you ave to make sure both sides ,top ,bottom are exactly the same as theres not a lot of room for error
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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Rohr on Fri Jul 29, 2016 5:21 am

Thanks, Im totaly fine with you guys not liking the design, but please explain what you would have done different. Just saying that you dont like the design dont help much.
Its right there is hickups in the line work for sure, and the stencil was not strong in the bottom, wich can be seen on the round shapes down there.
Semitry is not of in real when she stands straight an relaxed, but it is between her shoulderblades, and that does twist alot, like on the picture.
Like the straight lines going through are actually very straight, wic is not at all to be seen on this picture.

Anyway, dont just say its wrong, without explaining what you would have done differently, I may agree, I may not.
This is not a thumbs up, thumbs down forum.

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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Dmerit on Fri Jul 29, 2016 7:16 am

The tattoo looks solid enough,, I don't like the design either but the design is a personal choice for the person getting it,,I think the two straight, horizontal lines make it look strange...
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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Loulou on Fri Jul 29, 2016 12:38 pm

yeah same here the break in the mandala with the 2 lines doesnt work for me because im ocd and those line dont look straight and they throw everything off , it just doesnt make sense
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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Loulou on Fri Jul 29, 2016 12:42 pm

if you going to splice a mandala , then shove a nice angle in there be brave and fucking own it , because i think think the half ass lines dont work at all
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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Rohr on Fri Jul 29, 2016 1:56 pm

Actually I kind of like the splice, but thats a mater of taste, it was actually what she was going for - but I get were you guys/girls are coming from, and I want ague.

Im not sure, wich lines are the half ass lines? Smile

Anyway, as I said, when she stands straight, those two lines going thrue "spliceing it" is actually dead straight across her back.

But thanks for your thoughts and critic.

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Post by Loulou on Fri Jul 29, 2016 1:59 pm

ok maybe not half ass lol , but its a brave idea that seems a little reserved if that makes more sense ?
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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Rohr on Fri Jul 29, 2016 3:12 pm

I think I get, and I want say that you are wrong Smile
And I did not feel offended, I just wanted to know wich lines you were talking about Smile

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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Rohr on Fri Jul 29, 2016 3:14 pm

Maybe I could have kept the lines, but just made a little bit ovelaping it.

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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by head on Fri Jul 29, 2016 11:13 pm

as said them 2 big arse lines just throw it off and make it look shit if you ask me..you say there dead straight,i would need a pic off that lol..cos the lines look too wavy even if she was standing straight

also i think the top and bottom alf should ave matched as it would ave looked far better...

also some of the gaps go wider at some points then others when they shouldn't like on the leaves kinda shape none of them are the same they all differ in gap thickness..

hope you get what I'm saying..im explaining what i thinks wrong in more detail  as thats what you asked gfor
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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Rohr on Sat Jul 30, 2016 12:17 am

I dont really care what you need Head, Im telling you, and if you dont believe me, well fuck it...
And when i say dead straight, Im talking the overall line, and not the hickups.

You have my refference and linetracing that went in to the thermal copier, and stencil was put on straight - her back just bends it alot.
So what you see on the second photo, is what she got (still not talking about hickups/croocked lines)

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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Dmerit on Sat Jul 30, 2016 8:01 am

Straight lines placed on the curve of the body never look right on photos''it never looks as bad when seeing it in the flesh because you can move and see it from different angles..
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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by head on Sat Jul 30, 2016 2:34 pm

lol you asked us to say what we thought was wrong so i told you what i thought was wrong.....but if say there dead straight then i guess there dead straight..lol
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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Rohr on Sat Jul 30, 2016 2:58 pm

seriously!!!

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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Loulou on Sun Jul 31, 2016 1:41 pm

rohr i have no issue with the work , i just wasn't fussed on the design but that doesn't matter because its not on me , the work is pretty clean



but i have been having a good look and now i know exactly what was buggin me

its those 2 little extra bits between the bottom and middle sections , thats what throws it out for me , because at the top you dont have that , so it looks to me like you couldn't quite get it work so patched those two pieces in , again my PERSONAL opinion but thats what i see
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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Rohr on Sun Jul 31, 2016 3:36 pm

Thanks Loulou Smile

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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by head on Sun Jul 31, 2016 10:07 pm

Rohr wrote:seriously!!!

seriously what??

seriously crunchy??
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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Mr.Martian on Mon Aug 01, 2016 10:01 am

the line work looks ace to me! I hope I can get clean lines like this soon, cheers
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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Rohr on Mon Aug 01, 2016 10:13 am

Thank you Martian Smile

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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Ketchup Kid on Mon Aug 08, 2016 10:04 pm

regardless of the design,

i am impressed, well done

its far better than i imagined from you. but then again with all those fancy machines you got, you better crank out something half decent.



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Re: Two hours of linework

Post by Rohr on Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:53 am

Thank you Ketchup, I truly feel sorry for you, and that your work is not even close to this half decent thing, you must have some shitty machines.

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Post by Ketchup Kid on Tue Aug 09, 2016 6:07 pm

no need to feel sorry for me,

i'm not gonna make claims about my work and where i'm at, but i wouldn't say my work is even half that decent thing. my work has actually not even started. i'm not even worthy of even picking up a tattoo machine yet, as i was told, i don't agree 100%.

but its like the karate kid waxing those cars
or rocky chasin those chickens
but its hard and sometimes i feel lazy. but if you want it, you gotta get it.

now you could feel sorry for me that my fucked up apartment in the shit hole part of LA is becoming inhabitable and i'm going fucking crazy being there. but then again the list goes on and on, so i shouldn't make that fuckin list.

but my skill is growing exponentially, and if this is your plateau, then you will be surpassed quite easily in the span of 1 year.

my machine collection will grow alongside my skills.

don't feel sorry for me, feel sorry for the guy who gets proud, cocky and full of himself with a level of work such as this.

the way i see it overall, with all things considered, you should have a more humble attitude in general. and if you choose me to be your opponent, don't forget never underestimate your opponent.

btw how come the center bottom is not shaded? just curious could care less
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