Aztec owl : Sketch Tattoo

The owl with realistic proportions got tattooed by one of our artists Luca. He used a sketchy art style to bring this one to life. The owl got some ornamental parts within, that go inspired by owl tikis and Aztec designs. The sketch-style always helps to show the movement of something and creates a nice dynamic piece if you do it right.

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Artistic rose in a rough sketchy style

Big rose on the calf, but theres more to point out! The triangle in the background takes care of the contrast and therefore is the reason the rose pops out of the frame. The sketchy or carved style is going through the whole tattoo and is meanwhile more present than ever before. Since one rose alone couldn't fill this triangle, Luca added some leaves, a few on the upper part and a lot on the lower region of the tattoo, they fill the picture and round it all up. A big and stylish approach to one of the most iconic tattoo motives.
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The Zelda Triforce, gaming/Aquarell tattoo

"It's dangerous to go alone! Take this" This is probably the most Iconic thing in Zelda, maybe besides Link's cap. The Triforce is the Power that connects everything and most of the time it get portrayed in goldish yellow. In this tattoo, there's a beautiful mix between bright yellowish gold and almost rusty looking colours that got mixed in the Aquarell aesthetic. The Watercolour effect works beautifully with the sketched lines design of the triangles. Pretty good job for such an iconic ancient piece!
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Going on a trip

“Isn't it amazing how much stuff we get done the day before vacation?” Aren't we all looking for vacation at these times? The roughly sketched design of this tattoo lets it seem as if it got scribbled directly onto the skin. With a bit of watercolour painted afterwards. Simple but very effective. Nice use of different shading techniques and a few structural differences between the grass and the ground helps the Aquarell aesthetic come to life.
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Work in progress!

Tattoo Studio Munich: Since 1999, your Chaos Crew ™ has offered you great quality and professional tattoos. Unique works of art are created on your skin in a disinfected work environment.
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Haunted freehand forest

"Shadows mutter, mist replies, darkness purrs as midnight sighs." This Black and gray forest got directly drawn on the skin. Free Hand you can say. After the sketch was finished and the customer was happy with it, Luca started with the tattooing. The tattoo has spooky vibes and the blurred trees in the back create a nice deep perspective. All in all a great example of tattooing a free handed sketch.
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Sketched anatomic heart

"Strength lies in differences, not in similarities." Born and raised in two different countries. This tattoo shows colour well integrated into the otherwise sketchy tattoo. The anatomic hearth works perfect for the design and the flags that come out of the tubes make for a fluid tattoo that goes around the lower leg. The sketched fine line shading and different textures you can find in the heart help to let this style come to life.
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Striking Wolf in an abstract world

"The hardest walk you can make is the walk you make alone. But that is the walk that makes you the strongest." Striking design on the chest. The detailed wolf head is stunning and a work of art. The graffiti drops on the sides and the Brush strokes turn the realistic looking wolf head into a piece of art. The geometric forms that frame the shoulder are placed perfectly and compliment this sketchy surrounding perfect.
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Japanese brush stroke

"Life is a circle. The end of our journey is the beginning of the next." Simple looking, but more complicated to tattoo than you might think. Our artist lets this black stroke look like it was painted with a brush. The fine line mini scripts make for a nice minimalistic tattoo on the foot. Well placed around the ankle. Clean work.
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True Warrior

"Warriors are not the ones who always win, but the ones that always fight." This lone Samurai and the scenery around it is beautiful in its design, and gets so much emotion across. The technique used for the style our customer wanted is breathtaking. All those small fine lines on the cloth are well placed and the shading looks stunning. Well crafted art piece that fits snugly on the place of the body.
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Into the Horizon

For centuries, the gondola was a major means of transportation and the most common watercraft within Venice. This is a well done minimalistic fineline depiction of the gondola.

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