I've been doing tattoos since 2014, during this time many different styles were fashionable, when I started doing tattoos I really liked old school, new school, then "Japan", then of course realism. I couldn't choose between different directions, decide in which style I should work. I've tried different combinations. One day, while vacationing in India, I finally realized exactly how I want to get a tattoo. I want to do realistic, but not just copy the photo as accurately as possible. I want to do it brightly. I want to combine all the trends in tattooing.
As a result, I tried to find a style that is difficult for me to give a name to. This is a combination of a realistic portrait, cartoon characters, anime, stickers and necessarily graffiti.
I do all my work in a certain color scheme, consisting of the brightest colors, but selected in such a key to complement and emphasize each other. Sometimes it is difficult to "sit" all the colors side by side so that they do not argue with each other.
I select the plot of the tattoo according to the client's request. For example, one girl asked to make her portrait surrounded by the theme of Russia in the 90s. It's about Tetris, Pikachu and Tom and Jerry.
Almost every tattoo I have has graffiti in it, because I really like this street art. And I really don't like ordinary tattoos-inscriptions made in a standard font from a text editor. Where they printed-translated-filled the tattoo. And sometimes it is necessary to include an inscription in the design, for this I use a piece of graffiti.
Sometimes I add pieces of old school or add "stickers" with the image of the hero, I replay "Japan" in my own way.