If you know wade, you know he loves to put wood grain wherever he can, He was lucky enough to have this customer ask for a wooden Heart Tattoo.
Fine lettering is always capable of sitting well with other designs. it has the ability to easily wrap around other, much bolder designs, such as it does here, sitting on top of this rose tattoo.
Cover up tattoos can almost always work, as long as you can be a bit flexible on the design, as they generally have to be designed to cater to the tattooed that we are covering. This gypsy girl tattoo that Wade Johnston did, is a perfect example of a tattoo being designed around an existing unwanted tattoo. take note of the right hand side of the picture, to get an idea of what the old tattoo was, and what it took to cover it up.
The classic battle of all time Snake vs Panther. this battle scene has been played often throughout the history of tattooing, and is now such a timeless design, it is very unlikely to venture too far from the forefront of tattooing. this one was recently done by Kane Berry.
Wade Johnston was recently asked for a tattoo to represent his clients trip throughout Australia. They decided to go with a red belly black snake, flourished with a red Waratah flower and some Avon Valley wildflowers.
You may have to be fairly knowledgeable on the topic of english motorcycles to figure out what this tattoo is about. Recently done by Wade Johnston on one of his clients that travels for three hours just to get tattooed by Wade.
Wade Johnston has a literal obsession with using woodgrain patterns in tattoos. Come see him about it, he will make a way to make it work with anything.