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November 29, 2012


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Commission: Geisha Tattoo

So, I am in need of an artist to draw my tattoo.....

This will mostly be free range for the artist as i am not that picky....

I am looking for an artist who is within the $20-$40(U.S.) range but price is NEGOTIABLE.

I do not want it to be a traditional geisha.....i.e. white face, traditional japanese.....

I would like it to be a crossover between a cartoon and realistic perspective...(not fully animated but not fully real)

This tattoo will be going on my LEFT ARM, and I only ask for 4 things:

1: Cherry blossoms (no branches please) as the background, as i will eventually turn this into a sleeve

2: That the artist uses a specific hair style from this character, or a deviation of it


3: That she be holding an opened umbrella :)

4: If Creating a full-standing figure, I'd like her to be wearing a short yukata


Here are some tattoos i have been looking at, just as some references if needed


If you have Questions or would like to take the job I would prefer if you CONTACTED me via EMAIL
If unavailable to contact through email, DA message is fine.

Please send me a link to some of your work or portfolio



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Thanks for all to have posted here and emailed me or sent me notes, i appreciate it very much!!! i have found and artist, and wish the rest you you the best....

i must say, coming here to these forums for a commission is probably the best.

You all have fantastic work and i hope that you each continue to put out such fantastic art

Kokoro-Aoi Nov 29, 2012  Student General Artist
I migth be your girl! sending you an e-mail
Odomi2 Nov 29, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I sent you an email.
Euterpe-The-Egret Nov 29, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
animated * illustrated. Animation is something that moves.

Also illustration has many styles that range from cartoon to realism.
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