Animal microrealism in color: keep your tattoos from fading
Andrea Morales
Learn to tattoo in fine line and make your tattoos last over time.
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41 reviews
157 €
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  • Flexible

  • Certificado

  • Duración 8h 14m

Information

Microrealism and the fine line need you

Microrealism and fine line is a tattoo style that many despised.

Over time, the tables have been turning.

Thanks to a lot of education work and visibility of the style, now many customers are knocking on the door of studios that specialize in fine line.

They seek to take reality in their skin in minute size, with all kinds of details.

Do you want to learn how to remedy that need?

In addition to being a growing demand, seeing a finished (and cured!) a micro-realistic tattoo, with so much detail is very gratifying.

With a lot of patience, these pieces are filled with stitches that seemed impossible.

And the client is always impressed by taking their reality on their own skin.

Do we continue to make the style known, making people happy? customers and earning a name for yourself?

Let's go for it!

It is ideal for you if:
  • You are interested in the world of microrealism and learning the correct techniques for a very good result.
  • You want to master the fine line and apply it to animal themes within microrealism.
  • You are excited to learn colorimetry well so that your tattoos stand out for their durability over time.
  • You want Clients with healed tattoos that haven't faded or faded too much.
  • You want to stand out with your knack for detail in a world of massive tattoos.
Later you will get:
  • Know the differences between the different styles of micro tattoos.
  • Create micro-realistic animal pieces that truly represent reality, not just a sketch of it.
  • Perfect your technique with the needles. Know what needles and thicknesses are the right ones to work in microrealism.
  • Know how to use colors so that your tattoos continue to have that consistency of tones by which you will be recognized.
  • Understand all the theory behind the fine line and microrealism. To get spectacular pieces of less than 9 cm.
  • Apply tips and tricks that would otherwise take you years to acquire.
Choose where and when you want!
INTRODUCTION
What are you going to learn?
02:09 min
Presentation
02:09 min
Influences
08:15 min
MATERIALS
THE SKIN AND THE AREA TO BE TATTOOED
Skin structure
02:33 min
Skin porosity
05:03 min
Body areas for each job
03:53 min
Angles and projections
03:52 min
Pigment migration
10:53 min
NEEDLE TECHNIQUES
Types of needles
09:31 min
Needle Choice I
06:53 min
Needle Choice II
06:02 min
Pressures and needle movements I
10:17 min
Pressures and needle movements II
09:32 min
COLORS
Colorimetry and grayscale I
09 :15 min
Colorimetry and Grayscale II
09:31 min
Choice of pigments and color mixtures
05:03 min
Use of white as final pigment
08:59 min
COLORS CONTAMINATION
REFERENCE IMAGE
Choice of image
05:44 min
Reference image characteristics
05:37 min
Reference Image I
06:33 min
Reference Image II
06:18 min
THE TRACE
Making the tracing
08:31 min
Printing the tracing
07:03 min
Assessment of learning
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WORKBENCH
Artboard I
10:54 min
Artboard II
07:56 min
GRAYSCALE MARKING
Legend
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Tracing paste
08:07 min
Marking: eyes
10:04 min
Marking: forehead and right ear
11:08 min
Marking: left ear, right eye and fur
10:17 min
Marking: muzzle and fur I
08:16 min
Marking: snout and fur II
09:18 min
Marking: whiskers and flowers
07:48 min
COLOR MARKING
Marking: flowers I
10 :38 min
Marking: Flowers II
08:42 min
Cleaning
06:46 min
DARK AREAS BOOSTER
Eyes, Forehead and Ears
11:12 min
Face and snout
07:57 min
Snout
05:42 min
COLOR
Fill: Wolf Fur I
10:21 min
Fill: Wolf Fur II
09:09 min
Fill: Eyes
09:10 min
Dark Fill: Flowers I
10: 25 min
Dark Fill: Flowers II
04:03 min
Dark Color: Leaves I
10: 45 min
Dark Color: Leaves II
08:54 min
Light Color: Leaves
06:53 min
Color: Floral interior I
10:31 min
Color: Floral interior II
11:07 min
Color: Interior flowers III
05:27 min
Color: Interior flowers IV
10:23 min
Colour: Interior flowers V
11:43 min
LATEST DETAILS
White I
11:01 min
White I
04:50 min
PHOTOGRAPHY AND CARE
Photography with gel photo finish and care I
07:11 min
Photography with gel photo finish and care II
08:01 min
Photograph with photo finish gel and care III
11:26 min
Summary
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BONUS
The customer experience
11:33 min
FINAL PROJECT
Quiz
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Certificate
Course images
Materials you need to start with

Microrealism is a style in which there is a lot of detail. Patience will be your main tool, but if you have quality materials, the completion of your final project and the quality of it will be much easier.

To do this training you will need the following materials:

  • Tattoo machine
  • Inks
  • Tattoo needles and cartridges
  • Thermocopier
  • Other materials that will complete your team
Teacher
Andrea Morales
Tattoo artist owner of 958 Tattoo specialized in microrealism and fine line

My name is Andrea Morales and I would love to embark on this journey with you.

I have been tattooing since 2014, when, after drawing a lot, I decided to jump into the skin and buy my first tattoo machine.

Although I made mistakes, if I had not learned from them I wouldn't have my own studio today, 958 Tattoo.

After being an apprentice in several studios and working in a downtown studio in Granada, I went to work to America.

During all these years, I've been an apprentice, I've worked in America, I've participated in conventions, won several awards, and working in national and international cities.

If something has marked my career, without a doubt, is the memory I hold of Fashion Polly dolls.

I am fascinated by such level of detail, and I, as a good fan of the micro, want to transmit it to the world in my pieces!

Do you dare too?

Customer Reviews

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Mano Angers (Calgary, CA)
Animal micro realism in colour with Andrea Morales

This course is one of the best I have ever taken even if this is in Spanish there is a subtitle in English so I can understand, Andrea is very detailed, meticulous. This course has help me more than any other courses that I have taken in USA.
Thank you, Andrea I will buy more courses.
Mano 👌🏼

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J.G.M. (Valencia, ES)
Muy buen curso

Andrea explica super bien cada parte , lo recomiendo 100%

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yugue (Lima, PE)
Excelente

Me encanto el curso, super completo y la| artista explica super bien todo el proceso, realmente recomiendo este curso al 100% , muchas gracias

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MelRo Tattoo (Puerto Vallarta, MX)
Andrea es extraordinaria!!

Amo que Andrea explica todo de manera clara y muy detallada. No se le escapó absolutamente nada! Desde las agujas, elaboración de stencil en procreate, calco, TODO!! Lo recomiendo 100% Además su trabajo es precioso 💖

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Bea (Madrid, ES)
Muy buen curso

Andrea explica todo fenomenal y estoy encantada lo malo es la carga de cada vídeo hay q actualizarlo cada dos por tres como 8 veces porque no carga bien y se queda pillado

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