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Anil Gupta and his 1 liner

He does almost everything with a 1 liner is that even possible ?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8qD7gKWy4c


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RE:Anil Gupta and his 1 liner

U can get a fine stylus at http://adonit.net/product/jot-pro/ but I like using my finger because it's faster, u just have to zoom in and out a lot more. I have Sketchbook Pro, Brushes, Art Rage, Inspire Pro and Procreate on my iPad. I prefer Procreate cuz it's very intuitive and u can customize ur brushes like photoshop. Procreate allows u to upload ur image into Dropbox with 1920x1408 at 72 ppi. What I do is get on my laptop and get the image from Dropbox and open it in photoshop. Once in photoshop I up the rez to 300 and it's big enough for anything. I use my iPad for everything. I have tattoo magazines, and flash books in PDF on it. If I need to show a client a rough sketch of their work I'll upload it to photobucket and send them the link. What's really good about it is that I can draw on the go without having to bring sketchbooks and pencils along. And for coverups u just upload an image of the old tattoo, create a new layer and draw or paint over it.
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RE:Anil Gupta and his 1 liner

I was unaware that this guy was using a 1 liner but his work is amazing and as far as him using a softer hitting machine, I've watched a couple of his videos and he seems to be using a rotary machine and to my knowledge rotary machines have no give I guess he just really has a soft touch
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RE:Anil Gupta and his 1 liner

I was unaware that this guy was using a 1 liner but his work is amazing and as far as him using a softer hitting machine, I've watched a couple of his videos and he seems to be using a rotary machine and to my knowledge rotary machines have no give I guess he just really has a soft touch
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RE:Anil Gupta and his 1 liner

I have watched this man,s work, he sure is great, but I think if he used a 1rL it would surely open up the skin, like a razer, more like a 3RL I think, and a very soft like brush stroke, then little harder to get the darker shade.
but all said and done this man know,s what he is doing, great fellow,
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RE:Anil Gupta and his 1 liner

Guys,....Did you chekc his ...Anil Gupta Tattoo Biomechanical 0101.mov ..in youtube...he is awesome...with out using any wacom or carbon print...he directly made a Biomechanical Tattoo by using the marker and pen...nothing but using his best Art skill and intelligence.
This videos ..shows..only skill and Tools is not anough to be a great Artist.... there is something call intelligence and creativity.
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RE:Anil Gupta and his 1 liner

He's going very soft using the edge of the needle and he's uses 1s and 3s and 7mags only he was taught in old school style my mentor 14 years ago was how he did all his tight accurate realism pieces to just black and grey portraits and the healed in like 5 days it was so less trauma then I'd ever seen I had to have him teach me which he did ,
But it's not recommend the less trauma are the needles depth speed we use the needs the tool the machines knowledge is more what's needed to know
Like bob Tyrell works very slow speeds doesn't slam his needles deep you want to go slow or fast but compensate speeds but needle depth is key but most machine will back off at the correct speeds which doesn't mean you can't ripped up skin either ,
I use one liners rarely I'd rather use a tight three there really isn't much difference just ride the tip only meanly you push it to deep blow out like no tomorrow and with a one its very sctracth the tip go just a little to deep and you might as well get your 5 liner out .

This is all old knowledge which is needed to know but with the new technology today spec the new rotary machines and I was a coils only for 13 years of my career but man I love all the new roteries ,
Inkjekta flite is. My fav and my literary silent neo tat , which is probley the best smoothest machine I'd ever used and the pigments I use are fusion or internal there. Both the same just diff tones , there the same makers of internal they had disagreements then the other partner made fusion which is my fave but I use star bright even still it's the machines the will put any pigment in with softness and fastes heals I'd ever seen with it healing like the day you tattooed. It brigests whites I'd ever seen healed but not saying coil machines still ain't perfect cause they are it's preference ,

But I would recommend small liners spec for shading anil does it cause that's what works for his work but look and mike devries work hell use mags mostly 80% if not more on every piece like a painter then you liner sphapen what's needed at the end or ad your going up the piece ,
I would recommend an apprenticeship but there so much history you can learn on YouTube on every artist I'm on inked. Com my older portfolio is up there Jonny cheesecake , and much more amazing artist ,
But it's all preference just remember being a artist is key before tattooing it's one on the hardest hard form ,
Hope my short Novel helped ?? Have a great day Jonny cheeecaiest
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