11x14 (x2) Graphite on Strathmore Bristol vellum
Although my friend never got the tattoo (as far as I know) he was very happy with what I had created for him. I think he was concerned about cost and finding an artist who could translate the original artwork into a tattoo well enough, and even asked if I would become a tattoo artist.
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-Quality weight and opacity
-One size 11"x14" prints
x2 (pair) with approximate 1-inch border
Price per print pair $60
- Edition limit 25 prints
- Superior weight and opacity
- Acid and lignin free
- Comes numbered, dated and signed by the artist
- One size 11"x14" prints x2 (pair) with approximate 1-inch border
Price per print pair $165
24 of 25 prints available
Original Work sold
An otherworldly intelligence watches through the eyes of Odin's Ravens in this meticulous rendition of Hugin and Munin from Norse mythology.
About this drawing...
This project evolved from a little tattoo design for a friend into one of the most detailed and finely rendered illustrations I have created. I chose a style that used smooth gradients and omitted any detail or textures that I thought would be too small or subtle to capture on someone's skin with a tattoo needle.
Belonging to a deity who is both a god and a king, I gave Hugin and Munin jewels and decorations.
One of my favorite details to include in the illustration were the raven's names written in runes on their wings.