This is how I draw my Tattoos....by Jennifer LeBlanc.
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So there you have it folks... the finished product. Thanks for looking.
Voila!...signed and Dated. My finished Tattoo drawing with all the colored makers that I used to create it.
I start with an inspirational photo that I want to draw and turn into a Tattoo.
Here are the 9 steps I followed to make this Flash Tattoo Drawing.
Once the background is filled in... Sometimes I add other elements on top of the background to add more details in my drawing. In this case I used White Painters acrylic paint marker to add more white on top of the black marker background.
Once all the elements in my drawing have been colored in. I start to color in the background. This alows me to cover up and sharpen any mistakes I might of made earlier in my drawing.
I color one element at a time; to avoid confusion. So I can keep track of what markers I used to draw certain elemens in my drawing.
Then continuing the same process as before. I keep coloring in more elements in the tattoo that I am creating step by step with differents shades of the same colors. This creates a more realistic look to my drawing.
Then I make a photocopy (using a printer) of the simple outline from the tracing paper to print out a copy onto some white paper. Then using Sharpies and other Brand markers, I start to color some elements in the simple outline on the white paper.
Then I draw a simple outlines of the main elements in the photo using tracing paper.