Reinventing The Tattoo is Guy Aitchison’s flagship educational package, including a page full color hardcover book with slipcase, plus a DVD featuring Reinventing the Tattoo, 2nd Edition. Book and DVD Deluxe Box Set. by Guy Aitchison. Three years in the making, this is the long-awaited, fully updated. Reinventing the Tattoo – Guy Aitchison. I bought this book not so long ago and it has helped me a great deal. Just thought I’d provide a.
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Reinventing The Tattoo
The latest installment in the Reinventing series is simply titled Technique. One very noteable addition to the book is the DVD. Although Aitchison’s organic bio-mech aesthetic may not be yours, and gug there are a number of examples of that sort of abstract work, the information contained in this tattoo manual is presented such that, rather than focusing on achieving his style, it simply uses his work to demonstrate more fundamental ideas such as lighting or depth that can be applied to any subject or tattoo genre.
I would recomend this for anyone who has some experience of tattooing and it will help improve your skills. There are many good brands of color on the market, and not that many bad brands. As the art of tattooing continues to evolve, a diverse array of specialized styles has arisen along with a number of fantastically skilled artists who work in each of these styles.
This set includes the massive page hardcover atchison plus an instructional minute DVD.
If you can appreciate his oil paintings you’ll like this book It is a good quality book to, hard cover and full color gloss pages. Find out strategies for working around this problem in Coverup: Part 6 contains tattooing techniques.
atchison Write a customer review. We are also working with Aihchison to complete a video tutorial that promises to go far deeper into his toolkit. The Next Level provides a clear foundation for not only tackling any kind of coverup job, but also for using coverup as an opportunity to get larger aitchlson projects and a more serious clientele. This is followed by the chapters showing step-by-step execution of some tattoos; although this includes some of the same pieces as the first edition, the chapters are all upgraded and a number of new pieces have been added, including two magnum-first projects and an example of a project on a difficult body part- the neck.
One of the new additions in the electronic edition of Reinventing is the chapter on the design needs of the client. How can I avoid this? Refresh and try again. Basic Fundamentals of Modern Tattoo. Part 2 is all about design. Q Tattooo I already have a serial number from my Reinventing The Tattoo book, are there any discounts available, or can I get access to the forum? Thanks alot for the review!
Reinventing the Tattoo, 2nd Edition
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Jerry marked it as to-read Mar 26, Reinventing The Tattoo is Guy Aitchison’s flagship educational package, including a page full color hardcover book with slipcase, plus a DVD featuring 40 narrated clips that tie directly to material covered in the book. These vary in length fro 16 seconds to 5 minutes, and are meant to be watched as an accompaniment to the book rather than a stand-alone educational video. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
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Coverup Trivia Question 3 Can’t you just blast over the old piece with skin color a couple times to lighten it? The DVD contains 40 detailed videos that relate directly the material in the book. Posted November 5, I’ll skip the long rant about the kitchen scratcher and address the serious artists out there.
As clients start to get larger work, it is often up to their artists to steer them toward thinking larger scale, instead of filling up with small pieces.
Chuck D rated it it was amazing Jun 08, Combining colors the right way, using contrasting colors in different design elements and understanding how gyy use color strategy to maximize graphic impact is what’s mostly responsible for the results you see. One person found this helpful. Tje say you’re doing a backpiece to cover up a “tramp stamp” and a couple small shoulder pieces. Well, yes and no. Anyone who owns a tattoo machine should have this.
If you think ahead you can often make use of the worst parts of the old piece in ways that make the coverup not only successful, but unexpected and original. His chapter compliments and acts as a great introduction to the rest of the Photoshop chapters which follow. Part 5 is called ” The Digital Tattoo ” and provides information on using Photoshop in the design process. I been studying damn near everything about 2 years before I got ahold of that book though so that may have something.
This forum has been a godsend, although I’m constantly running into posts of issues which I already learned reinventinb hard way, this place is great, and I only wish I had known about it sooner. A great reference for everyone and fantastic breakdown and insight to one of the world’s leading tatt Anyone who owns a tattoo machine should have this.
It’s a page, full-color hardbound boxed edition that comes with a 75 minute DVD including 40 video clips relating directly rsinventing material in the book. Besides being in full color, what’s different enough from the first edition to justify me buying the book a second time, especially now at a higher price?