Tigers, Hawks, Snakes by Horimouja

$9.99

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Another great outline book in Horimouja’s growing library of tattoo books. This book features tigers, hawks, and snakes.

Once again, classic Icons from Japanese culture and myth are represented here in Jack’s Japanese traditional yet modern style.
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    Another great outline book in Horimouja’s growing library of tattoo books. This book features tigers, hawks, and snakes. Once again, classic Icons from Japanese culture and myth are represented here in Jack’s Japanese traditional yet modern style.

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      Buy them All...

      On recommendation from a tattooist I know, that specialized in Japanese work, I bought all of the Horimouja books.
      Pros: Good selection, lots of reference to study. High quality drawings, no junk.
      Cons: Could have used more snakes, the quality of the binding doesn't match the quality of the art inside.
      Highly recommend. Buy from a reputable seller (i.e. gomineko books) so you support the artist and not the photocopiers.

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      Simply Amazing

      "Tigers Hawks and Snakes" by Horimouja is an essential reference for artists of all types, and was purchased for my tattoo artist partner. He has been coveting this particular book for a very long time, and it was the perfect gift. An amazing illustration book by one of the world's top artists, this book is well worth the money. It is a soft-cover book, so it is best to keep it in a safe place. Enjoy!

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