As the name suggests, New School style is a contemporary take on traditional tattoos. The style emerged in the 1970’s as part of the already growing counter-culture of that time.
Watercolor tattoos, having gained popularity within the past five years, are one of the more controversial tattoo styles among artists.
A complete departure from traditional styles; watercolor tattoos lack bold outlines or borders. The style is known for the subtle merging of colors using a variety of techniques like blurs, bleeds, fades, shades and runs.
There are so many different ideas, theories, methods, mediums, and executions in the art realm. I will just say that I draw, paint, and illustrate to keep it simple. I’ve been drawing since I was a kid.
I paint mainly in watercolor, but also with acrylic, and sometimes oil.
I draw mainly with graphite, charcoal and pastels.
At the end of the day I just love to create. What do you love to create? Have an idea for me to draw? Contact me here or email me at JasonMTattoos@gmail.com