I cannot recommend NAOHOA enough! Naomi was able to cover up an absolute travesty of a tattoo that I’d been hiding for around 20 years. I am now so proud to walk around with an absolute stunner of a work-of-art on my arm. One draw back is I’ve found I do take my top off more now which is a little strange in the office! Naomi was great to deal with which is always good when you’re sat next to each other for hours on end, she makes you feel relaxed and comfortable during the whole process. 10/10, gold star, top marks!
Here be me: Naomi Hoang (‘nay-oh-mee hwang’). Feel free to call me ‘Nay’.
If you’re reading this, then you’ve probably stumbled upon a selfie Tweet to plug the fact that I’m at a certain event.
I go to a lot of these events and many people say they want a tattoo but only a few take the plunge and book in, so to give you a little nudge, the first 5 people to approach me and book an appointment will get £10 off.
You’ll need to book and pay for a Consultation (£30) to secure this discount. You can either use your discount right away and pay £20 on the spot, or save the discount for when you get inked. Up to you. 🙂
This will be non-refundable, as it is to cover my time during the consultation and for when I design your tattoo. I spend a lot of time creating bespoke designs, which £30 doesn’t cover at all, but I do this so that there is a low, non-intimidating entry level towards getting your tattoo. Please respect this and only book if you genuinely intend to get inked. If you’re unsure, why not try the Temporary Tattoo Package?
I’ll be starting a biiiig re-work/coverup jobbins soon and thought I’d share my process. If you’re interested, please refer back to this post as I’ll be updating it as I go along, as well as posting photos on Facebook.
A rough idea of what I intend to do with this unfinished tattoo the client has had for the past 3 years (the original artist moved abroad).
….the wings won’t be completely symmetrical – it was just easy to flip it in order to quickly show the client and give him an idea of what I’ll be doing.
21/06/2016: 6 Hours Later…
We split this into two 3hr sessions. First, I focused on fixing the alignment of the cross and shaded as much as I could. In the second session, I completed the outlines of the wings and started shading the undersides of the more heavily-rendered wing, so it’ll be easier for me to follow next time round.