Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson gave an update on the extensive work he’s having done on his bull tattoo.
The 49-year-old actor originally began enhancing the tattoo back in 2017 to cover up a smaller bull inking he’d had for over two decades.
Over the weekend the actor showcased how he’s improving his bicep tattoo even more and revealing the ‘challenging’ work his tattoo artist Yomico is doing to build on the ink that was already there.
Extensive work: Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson gave an update on the extensive work he’s having done on his bull bicep tattoo over the weekend
On Friday, Johnson shared photos to his Instagram showing him watching Yomico work on his arm.
‘Evolution of the Bull tattoo is almost complete. Day 2 and inking over 25 hours so far with my brother and hyper-realistic specialist @yomicoart in my basement.’ he wrote.
‘Yomico’s masterful in his skill and we’ve spent many months (almost a year thru Covid) collaborating on details and story that the tattoo will represent.
‘Almost done and almost time to break out the tequila’ he added.
The next day, the Baywatch star revealed he’d sat for five more hours of work on his arm.
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