We here a Tabernacle Tattoo would like to thank you for looking and taking and interest. At the moment we don’t have as much content as usual; our website got hacked!! Oh well, I don’t have time to cry over spilt milk. As time permitting i will updated as much as possible. As a Tampa Tattoo studio we our focused on one off designs for the client we take walk ins when possible but work by appointment mostly. It is no questions asked to provide you with the best service one can obtain.with out putting any limits on your tattoo.We take the time to do the proper research in creating intelligent illustration and composure in a new level of tattooing with the client in mind.With that being said that takes time!! If the projects are smaller in size of course this will go quicker.Full backpieces full sleeves and torso tattoos the drawing time is one of the most important aspects of the process and at times depending on the subject the drawings can take as long as the tattooing these days with the standard that needs to be maintained.If you have an inquiry you can always send an email to the shop second to best is call the shop and the best way is to stop in if you live in the surrounding area.so we can address all of the factors of your tattoo in the most personal manner possible at that point we will be able to get a feel for who you are produce a tattoo tailor fitted to you !
Reapers! They come in many forms. This one has wings and lightning, so he’s a bit more electrifying than ever. If you take a moment to get in depth with this picture, you see an eye. He’s there to see the future, past and present. Death is a constant of the times, he keeps his sight on all things Worldly or Underworldly. As always I am very thankful for the dedication of this client to see this process through.
Dragons, Dragons, Dragons! I love Dragons. Traditionally they are associated with bodies of water; ponds, lakes, rivers etc.. So Water Spirits or Gods, if you will. They have also been known to bring good luck and are seen as being very the very wisest of creatures. The tattoo shown here is of a Traditional Japanese Dragon being depicted with cherry blossoms and a bit of smoke with fire. A very colorful piece I did down the side of a female client. Again I am very thankful for the time and dedication it took to create this piece. It’s what we are about!
The Mandala spans back into Ancient Times. It’s origins can be found within the teachings of the Hindus and Tibetan Buddhist monks. The term Mandala is Sanskrit meaning “circle”. Throughout history these totems have signified the cycles of birth, the mysteries death and rebirth. The tattoo shown here has a very simplistic look at a first glance, but there are varying lines of complex and layered within it’s design.