Saturday, November 21, 2009
Sunday, August 30, 2009
Its been a while since I posted, trying to get stuff in order. But if you guys remember the Sumi bike, it had an unfortunate accident. So here is the before and after pictures. I decided to go with a different scheme then previously. Its a hanya, a Japanese demon. Your supposed to get it tattooed on your back. Its supposed to protect you from evil and watch your back, and the uglier it is the better protection it gives. So I thought the back fender of a bike, was a perfect place for it.
Posted by Will Ralston at 10:42 AM
Friday, May 22, 2009
Its been a while, I finished a few projects but here is the biggest project I just finished on my friends 2500 cummins diesel. And Im also posting our new adds/self promo stuff.
Posted by Will Ralston at 9:45 PM
Monday, April 13, 2009
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
So I received a letter from my Housing Association saying that we needed to paint our mail box in order to comply with the housing standards of the neighborhood. So I took the initiative and opportunity to "paint our mail box", and surprisingly we haven't gotten another letter yet.
Posted by Will Ralston at 7:24 PM
Sunday, February 1, 2009
Here is a little bit of the progression of the bike. I was a little surprised by the amount of work that went into it, but i think the extra time paid off. I really try to stay away from stencils, though i use shields to get crisp edges, I think that free handing gives me more room to play with the piece and not get bored.
Posted by Will Ralston at 1:40 PM
This guy really liked the Japanese style of tattooing. He gave me a couple of books on sumi tattooing, which really helped. He pretty much just let me go with the design. I kept asking him if he wanted to see it before it was finished so he new what he was getting, but he kept saying he wanted to be surprised. All most all of the tins are covered in work. The entire bike is just on giant gray wash tattoo. Hopefully soon, ill get some pictures of it all together.
Posted by Will Ralston at 1:30 PM
This is the first full bike that R.C. Customz and I have done together, This an 08 gsxr 600. The owner had a real tough time coming up with an idea of what he wanted, but he finally settled on something he liked from my buisness card. We took Octo-1 and the green busa to the Biker build off in clear water, and had a great time talking to people and showing people who we are, and what we can do.
Posted by Will Ralston at 1:13 PM