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I'm looking for some help from someone who understands the Japanese language and can write kanji.
For a while now I have been going through the process of designing a tattoo, full sleeve. One of the elements in it will be a scroll with two concepts presented in kanji. I'd appreciate some help getting these two concepts in a written form so I can discuss them with the artist who is working with me on this project.
i could try to help, if i can.... just send your idea to email if you like...
Thanks to those of you who emailed me today to offer to help with this little project of mine.
Glenn, I just sent you an email as well.
Last edited by airin (2010-11-25 16:42:00)
Hey Airin, I had some tattoos done this summer. I wanted an old form of Chinese calligraphy known as Grass style
but I couldn't find anyone who could do it so I designed them myself.
This is a link to Joey Pang's FB page. She's a rising young tattoo artist in Hong Kong. I love her work.
http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2 … .hk?v=info
Go to her Calligraphy photo albums.
I think some of her work will stimulate some great ideas.
Off to eat some Turkey. Happy Thanksgiving all!
One of my shakuhachi students in London is a tattoo master (studied in Japan). Perhaps he can help you as well...
Check him out here:
Hehe yes.... I have been thinking of trading lessons with a tatoo....!