Biomechanical scrap sculptures In search of inspiration and reference for my tattoo designs, I have created a series of sculpture projects that represent body parts, […]more
ALL NUMBERS HAVE NOW BEEN SOLD!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH TO EVERYONE WHO HAS BOUGHT ONE, YOU GUYS ROCK!!!!!!! Hi there guys! I am sure […]more
You can see in this video different projects and designing flow. I have started using Zbrush 3d Designing software 2 years ago and this has […]more
This was our second collaboration to create a biomechanical sculpture. First one was donated to charity auction at Tatcon Tattoo Convention in Blackpool Our first […]more
It might not be a right time of the year but I wanted to show this video as think it might be an interesting to […]more
This is one of my favourite piece done with using 3d designing software
We had a lot of fun with creating process from research on the body anatomy to work with the body flow and movement.
I have started with few sketches to plan general layout and how to placed all elements. Barret has send me some reference of tattoos and designs he like.
With photos of his car and his back. This has give me a general idea of what he likes. we have arranged 3 double sessions so 6 full day- 8h sessions.
I was very impressed on how he is handling 2 days at time of intensive tattooing and we had a lot of progress done each session.
Considering distance he has to do each time it was important for bought of us to get as much done each time as possible so we worked hard to deliver every time.
In video bellow you can see whole process from sketching ideas.
Creating 3d design and how it looked after last session
Some part where you can see the design in motion and some neon version we made for fun. 🙂