Artists: Bryce Davis
What year did you start tattooing: 2014
Do you have any special training: Self taught artist.
Tell us about the style of your work: I do a soft natural style of tattooing. Floral mostly, but I like do do renditions of color portraits.
Conventions usually worked: I'm new to the business, looking to get my feet wet. I've grown exponentially as an artist in the past year. The convention circuit is getting bigger. I've had a few opportunities to do a few but I turned them down do to me wanting to be more prepared. I'll start doing conventions in the near future. I look forward to applying my skills and growing as an artist more by meeting with others.
Where did you apprentice?: When I first started tattooing I had no help, I was promised an apprenticeship by a good friend that had passed away, I watched him a lot and kinda ran with it.
What tattoo artist do you most admire: There's so many admirable artists out there that do so many styles of art. It's so damn hard to pick a few. I just like creativity, and art in general. If an artist does solid work and is technically sound, I respect them
Before someone gets a tattoo what advice do you give them?: This depends on many factors. But generally the basics, such as eating a good meal prior, and drink plenty of water
How did you get into tattooing: Honestly, I was tired of just painting and wanted to challenge myself. Also I'd paint for friends and over the years they'd lose painting from moving and what not, so I thought a permanent solution would be more beneficial
What inspires you to be an artist: Nature, the rawness of nature that surrounds us. It's familiar and helps me create a better piece of art
What kind of tattoos do you look forward to doing: I look forward to doing larger scale work, definitely more realism
Is there a tattoo that you haven't done yet that you are dying to do: I have a thing for cosmic art and space on general, I'd like to combine that in a few of my pieces some time