The team are back in the studio today after working the NI Tattoo Convention 2016 at the Waterfront Hall Belfast at the weekend.
The guys were flat out all weekend with appointments, as well as managing to fit in some walk ins over the 2 days.
Craig Kelly worked on 3 large pieces over the weekend, including an awesome traditional piece featuring a skull with an eagle and snake (pictures in the gallery below).
Mick Cage did a number of small dotwork pieces as walk-ups, as well as finishing up a sweet dotwork mandala which was outlined in the studio, on a clients head (pictures in the gallery).
Connor Murray worked on a realistic butterfly walk-up on day 1 (featured in the gallery) on a clients chest. On the sunday Connor tattooed one of his paintings of a girl in the woods, as a black and grey half sleeve.
Apprentice, Darren McCrellis', large portfolio of traditional / japanese tattoo flash was also on display over the weekend (featured in the gallery) and received fantastic feedback from attendees and tattoo artists alike.
Overall, minus a few fire alarms, an enjoyable weekend, with a lot of great tattooing!