Unusual tattoo do masters from Canada.
Canadian tattoo artist Phil Berg creates his works of animation.
So, the master makes the tattoo-like animations at multiple people. In particular, it fills customers with similar tattoos, and then photographing them and making them into gifs.
For example, to make an animation based on tattoo Bart Simpson on a skateboard, it took 19 people.
Berg sews in Quebec and create its animation for about a year.
He often uses in his works the heroes of the early Walt Disney cartoons, and sketches by tattoo artists of the first half of the twentieth century.
One of the most beloved works of Berg — “Dancing skeletons” based on the disney cartoon from 1929. It is also one of the most complex, since it took 28 people.
Those wishing to come to the tattoo master is enough: they find him through Instagram, where he publishes sketches of the following works.
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Berg in an interview said that usually people doing a series of tattoos, don’t know each other. In this short videos of the tattoo is quite hard work. Usually one animation goes from 1 to 3 months, given the emergence of the idea, sketching, finding people, the process and edit the video.
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