- I love the tat! I always think it is better when people can design thier own. Its in a place that can be covered if you ever need to. And its in a place that people will see it. Also unless you plan on bulking up the skin is more than likely never going to strech much on your forearm, so you won't get distortion. How many "hot chicks" with the chinese symbol for love
tattoo'ed under belly button are going to end up with this
symbol after a few kids. Skin stretches folks, and it doesn't make tats look better... Note: unless you are a stripper getting a tat on your ass or some place no one will ever see it, is kind of pointless.
- You make a good ash, and you made a good costume. Nuff said.
- Now on to the art.
The skully thing is pretty good, like the stuff coming out of his eyes, very spawn like. The prespective on the nose seems to be a bit off. The nostroal closest to the shoulder/viewer needs to be the bigger of the two. But hey, with hidious skully things, you can always count on thier porptions not being right on, after all thats what makes them ugly... and for an ugly guy this looks pretty well done.
The angel guy. You have some good shading going on, but it needs an over all light source. If its coming from the top left, his pecs would have more light/brighter areas than his legs or side/back. His neck seems a bit long and the angle of his head seems a bit off. His back also seems a bit too muscular I would shave some off his back/butt. I would also adjust the brightness/contrast to bring out some of the detail. Then just use the dodge/burn tool to add some highlights. I did a quick paint over
, it might get my points across better than words, hope you don't mind.