Realistic tattoo in black, white and color
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Sergio Salas
Discover how to make your compositions stand out by integrating color into an element.
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  • Acceso ilimitado

  • Duración 11h 51m

  • Subtítulos EN

  • Certificado firmado

  • Garantía 14 días

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A course to master the black and white realism tattoo

If one of your biggest concerns when you tattoo is that the piece is not understood, you have come to the right place.

Sometimes, you want to put so many things in the tattoo that the composition ends up being an indefinite mess.

And that the client takes that on his skin cannot be.

Also, if you work with whites, blacks, and you put something light in color, like a pale yellow, you will have experienced the frustration of seeing how the color can be washed out.

Therefore, learning to work precisely with a monochrome composition will set you apart from other tattoo artists.

Starting with the fact that you will be able to create pieces that can be read much better.

If learning to integrate black and white without staining the rest of the tattoo in incredible compositions is your priority, this is your course.

It is ideal for you if:
  • You have already tattooed and you are open to trying realism and you are even encouraged to try different compositions.
  • You want to learn how to make monochrome tattoos that stand out thanks to the use of shadows.
  • You're excited to learn how to create pieces where you can tattoo realism in black and white with some color, but without messing it up.
  • You want your tattoos, no matter how large they are, to be understood well and not look like blurs.
  • You know that the time has come to work on your black and white skills to differentiate yourself from the other colleagues.
Later you will get:
  • Making visually powerful tattoos achieving maximum realism
  • Know when to integrate white, black and small touches of color in realistic tattoos.
  • Learn to make the color not be dirty by the shadows.
  • Create original and impressive compositions that add value to your projects.
  • Understand the importance of leaving areas of skin untattooed so that they become relevant in the total tattoo.
Choose where and when you want!
INTRODUCTION
What are you going to learn?
02:01 min
Presentation
01:45 min
Influences
03:37 min
MATERIALS
List of materials
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Materials
05:23 min
COMPOSITION
Composition on back I
11:00 min
Composition on back II
09:55 min
Composition in arm I
07:22 min
Composition in arm II
05:39 min
Composition in leg I
10:44 min
Composition in leg II
06:24 min
Composition in leg III
05:40 min
COLOR AND DILUTIONS
Monochromatic colors
04:14 min
How to tattoo without messing up the color
03:51 min
My dilutions
04:21 min
Fusion of elements
06:10 min
CUSTOMER
Prepare the idea with the client
04:07 min
Photograph of the area to be tattooed
01:53 min
REFERENCE IMAGE
Choosing the image
04:29 min
Creating the design I
10:09 min
Design Creation II
09:43 min
Design Creation III
06:06 min
Creation of design IV
08:33 min
CALCO
Creation of tracing I
08:29 min
Creation of tracing II
06:05 min
Size test
05:55 min
Printing the tracing
09:41 min
BEFORE THE TATTOO
Trace Paste I
09:56 min
Trace Paste II
09:26 min
Preparation of the table I
10:50 min
Preparation of the table II
05:32 min
Before tattooing
02:23 min
LEFT JAW
Legend
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Texture: jaw I
10:05 min

06:27 min
Fill and texture: jaw I
08:02 min

06:57 min
Filling and texture: jaw III
07:32 min
LIPS
Line and fill: lips I
08:19 min
Line and fill: lips II
07:07 min
Line and marking: lips
09:12 min
Marking: lips I
07 :28 min
Marking: lips II
05:38 min
Filling and texture: lips
09: 43 min
RIGHT JAW
Texture: jaw I
06:57 min
Texture: jaw II
11:40 min
Filling: teeth
06:10 min
Filling: teeth and lower lip
08:37 min
Filling: teeth and upper lip
09:56 min
CHEEBULE
Texture: cheekbone I
09:01 min
Texture: cheekbone II
09:25 min
Filling and texture: cheekbone
07:36 min
Filling and texture: cheekbone
09:42 min
NOSE
Marking: nose
07:57 min
Filling: nose
07:48 min
Filling and marking: nose
06:54 min
Texture and marking: cheek and lower lettering
07:19 min
Background: nose
08:23 min
Texture and fill: nose
06:27 min
EYE AND LOWER LETTERING
Marking: lower lettering
07:43 min
Marking: lower eye
05:51 min
Filling: lower lettering
07:02 min
Marking: lower eye I
10:33 min
Marked: lower eye II
05:50 min
Marking: eye and lower lettering I
08:38 min
Marking: eye and lower lettering II
06:11 min
Marking and background: lower lettering I
10:07 min
Marking and background: lower lettering II
09:21 min
Marking and background: lower lettering III
06:33 min
LETTERING SUPERIOR
Marking: superior lettering
10:00 min
Marking and background: superior lettering
09: 54 min
Marking and line: upper lettering
09:14 min
Background: upper lettering
07: 39 min
UPPER EYE
Color marking: upper eye I
05:40 min
Color marking: upper eye II
07:51 min
Color: upper eye I
07:30 min
Color: upper eye II
08:45 min
Textures: upper eye I
10:12 min
Color: upper eye III
09:02 min
Textures: upper eye II
04:44 min
Textures: upper eye III
06:37 min
PLANET
Marked: planet
09:14 min
Color: planet
07:30 min
Textures: planet
05:28 min
Background: planet
08:26 min

06:45 min
LATEST DETAILS
Blancos I
09:42 min
Blancos II
05:12 min
TAKE OF THE PHOTOGRAPH
Skin preparation for photography
05:15 min
Photography
09:37 min
FINAL CURE
Tattoo Cure
09:01 min
Summary
02:11 min
BONUS
Tracing in Procreate
02:39 min
Course images
Materials you need to start with

Good work tools are those that provide you with superior quality in your projects, along with your knowledge. Therefore, write down what you need and practice a lot!

To complete this training you will need these materials:

  • tattoo machine
  • Black, white and colored ink
  • tattoo needles
  • thermocopier
  • Other materials that will complete your team
Teacher
Sergio Salas
Tattoo artist specialized in black and white realism.

My name is Sergio Salas and I would love to teach you how to tattoo.

Ever since I have memory, I remember my father tattooing. Ink has always been present in my life!

But I was also interested in art since I was a child: I draw since I can remember.

At the age of 15 I already started learning, tattooing some friends at home. At age 18 I made my way professionally in Grial Tattoo. But my career accelerated the following year, when I started going to national, European and American conventions.

I've had the pleasure of learning from other artists, absorbing knowledge. I have perfected my technique over all these years. I did it until I found my style, a theme in which I feel comfortable:

Black and white realism tattoo.

If you feel the same passion as me for the tattoo world, you are in the right place: together we will create a large composition for the arm, that you will learn to tattoo without leaving wounds!

Customer Reviews

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R.a.G.r. (Tacoronte, ES)

Increíble

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Anónimo (Barcelona, ES)

Muy recomendable. Las lecciones están muy bien explicadas, el paso por paso en todos los puntos es genial y sobretodo la técnica es sublime

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l.v. (San Luis Potosí City, MX)
súper recomendado

muy bien explicado, sin duda si quieres dar el siguiente paso, invierte en este curso no defrauda nadita

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Alejo M. (Quito, EC)
Buena información

Tiene muy buenos datos. Recomendado para aumentar recursos a tus procedimientos si ya tatúas varios años y para aprender mucho si estas comenzando.

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I.T. (Oaxaca City, MX)
buen curso

bien explicado por parte del artista y la calidad de la imagen y el audio hacen que sea muy completa la experiencia

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