Yesterday I spent my morning working on getting the next episode of The CreateQuest Podcast edited and posted with the cover art, then I went to the studio and did this tattoo for my client:
And looking at the photo, the twist of his arm is misaligning the features of the face. 😂 When his arm is in the correct position, the features are aligned just fine.
Today I spent most of my day working on my Weekly Review with the kids running wild. I also worked a bit on refining the design that I plan on selling. I’m trying to consider the position very carefully, and simplifying the design where the skin may not be able to handle the trauma:
The next phase of this design will be eliminating some of the perfect symmetry so there’s at least a little room for forgiveness.
What went well?
Loads of creative time.
Progress on the chest piece.
Making my client really happy.
What needs work?
I should probably do my weekly review somewhere quiet.
Make sure I get photos with the tattoo positioned where it will look the best.
What did I learn?
Something I already knew. If I don’t protect my PM bookend, I almost always regret it.
Digital, Writing, Tattooing