May 9 May 9 Cristina Omule Tattoos, Interviews Facebook Omule : What was your first reference when you started? Cristina : Back then my references where Noon, Sven, Kamil Czapiga, Lea Nahon and some others... But they (the preferences) changed along the time.That doesn’t mean I still don’t like and appreciate those artists anymore. Omule : Is there any style you would love to do but there’s no request for that? Cristina : It’s more that I would do more dark work, occult subjects but first I have to draw some designs for people to see, ey? :)) But for now I’m starting to like this new school also. Omule : Five things you can’t live without. Cristina : Not things, beings... My Sister, Yoda (my cat), phone call with mom...so apparently PHONE with available network (so four..). Omule : Which is the biggest enemy for your creative process? Cristina : Procrastination. Omule : What do you love to do besides tattooing ? Cristina : Travelling! I love to travel, meeting new people with different cultures. For this tattoing is really a good job. :) Omule : What superpower would you like to have and why? Cristina : I think I would like superhuman healing. Hahaha...Why?? Because SUPERHUMAN HEALING FACTOR!! :)) Omule : Are there any tattoo shops you would love to work at? As a guest or on a permanent deal ? Cristina : Oh yes, there are some tattoo shops I would like. But not on a permenent deal. Omule : What was the best experience as a guest in a foreign country? Cristina : Hmm...I think that was in Glasgow. I was last year there and I met some really nice people. I didn’t found myself so much in that city.It’s an industrial city and I had troubles with the accent. Haha..But the people I met during my staeing there where nice and became friends and made me feel really welcomed. Omule : Goods and bads in your industry. Cristina : Travelling, meeting all the time new people, sometimes interesting, sometimes not so much, descovering new things, the creation, the act of protest against cultural or social repression :)) It’s another form of art that makes you look nice. Ha! The bads are like in any other social work group with lots of egos. Omule : Thank you girl.