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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Posted August 12, To make Reinventing The Tattoo more complete, we’ve been inviting these industry leaders from different points in the tattooing spectrum to make detailed contributions to the Reinventing The Tattoo curriculum. Lola Ancira rated it liked it Jun 02, No one wants a scratcher.
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Nick has been a standard bearer in tattooing for a while, being one of those artists who has consistently raised the bar in terms of what effects are possible on skin.
Ever since the second edition of Guy Aitchison’s flagship educational package Reinventing The Tattoo was released, he has been planning the electronic edition, which can be regularly updated to keep up with the rapid pace reinventong change in our industry.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The Complete Art of Tattooing Paperback. All you need is an internet connection to view the content. Basic Fundamentals of Modern Tattoo. Tattoo artists at every level are encouraged to participate and you can post your own thoughts and comments, start your own threads, view other members’ artwork with accompanying critiques, and even submit your own artwork for discussion.
Lining is also discussed, line weight and building up lines, grey lining, blood lining, lining in colour. Sky added it May 12, Paul added it Oct 14, English Choose a language for shopping.
Part 8 FAQ section answering questions about photos, pigments, needle groups, needle depth, fading colour, healing, sensitive areas, working with white and grey washes. Posted November 16, This is a totally new educational package, based on the first edition. This forum has been a godsend, although I’m constantly running into posts of issues which I already learned the hard way, this place is great, and I only wish I had known about it sooner.
Luis Iriarte marked it as to-read Oct 25, Craig marked it as to-read Sep 13, Part reinventinb is all about design. Open Preview See a Problem?
These artists will usually have the job of covering or incorporating earlier pieces, and if approached with the right mindset, these collectors can be guided into getting the kinds of large scale work that we are proud to have in our portfolios. Nobody tattoos roses like Phil Garcia.
Reinventing The Tattoo
The main downfall is the content is all black and white, with a small colour section in the back of the book. This project has given Guy a chance to go back through the entire text and rewrite parts of it to reflect our current understandings of tattooing, plus it was a chance to get the Photoshop chapters current and talk about the changes happening with machines, tubes and needles, including the new cartridge systems.
Subscribe now to take advantage of this unparalleled educational experience. Eventually it was released as a stand-alone book, consisting of a page looseleaf bound black and white book plus a small number of color pages and web links to color versions of all the book’s black and white illustrations.
Video examples are close up and detailed, and the live format also allowed for some insightful audience questions to round out the program. Some major additions include a discussion, including detailed diagrams, of the major muscle groups, along with exercises at the end of many of the chapters that can be downloaded from the website. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. The other two disks, Tightening 1 and 2, go into detail about finishing techniques, spotlighting four projects up close, with a voiceover describing every move in detail as Guy shows the line building, detailing, smoothing and other development on a variety of effects including floral, organic, mechanical, metallic and carved wood, with each piece showed healed so you can really see the kind of results that you can realistically expect from working with these methods.
It aims to balance understanding of artistic essentials with cutting-edge technical knowledge to give students a broad base of understanding toward being better artists across the board. Share your thoughts with other customers. Tiki, When you get the book it will have a license inside the book that you have to enter in at the website to get into the forum Dooddy Doody marked it as to-read Jan 21, Part of what makes his impressively nuanced tattoo work possible is his process of working in layers- that is, in a large piece, instead of finishing a different part in each session, the whole design gets a light coat each sighting and is built up like a classic oil painting, making possible a whole range of new visual effects.
Posted September 20, You won’t simply be paying to continue to have access to the same old content.
Reinventing the Tattoo by Guy Aitchison
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The section on machines has almost tripled in size, including many new diagrams. I been studying damn near everything about 2 years before I got ahold of that book though so that may have something.
You finish and step beck, and are mostly happy, but those coverup areas are just a little denser than the rest. So this isn’t just a color version of the first edition with a few of the typos ironed out. Just thought I’d provide a summary of the information this book provides and a physical description of the book.
He’s worked in both skin and paint for the length of his career, cultivating a careful balance between hyperrealism and graphic strength.