We are expecting good things from this convention. It’s run by someone who is highly regarded in the industry, it’s well established and it’s over-subscribed ( we were lucky to get a cancellation ).
Blackpool was a good test for us, it was hard work. It raised a few eyebrows and questions in our team, it tested us and we were way out of our comfort zone. But we had a pretty good time when all was said and done.
We intend to be a bit more organised for the Wolverhampton Tattoo Convention : Halloween Tattoo Bash.
Getting some skin organised would be a good start. If you would like to book in with me then please get in touch. At present I have at least one full day free. So have a look at the reference in this post, just a few bits and bobs for inspiration with a slight halloween feel. See something you like? Then there will be a deal to be had.
I will once again be working on Anna’s leg project for a least a day. I do not get a chance when in the Studio. it’s a good project to show off what i can do with a coil machine. Anna sits like “the dead” bless her so she is a perfect model for conventions. Progress so far is pictured below:
A lot more work goes into the conventions than we anticipated. But the silver lining is that they are a lot more fun than we had anticipated. In the midst of all our preparation we have a little side project that is taking up a lot of our time : The Stealth Project. I am not going to say too much about that other than it complicates our preparation but could end up being a blessing for us on our convention quest.
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