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View On Black She's totally stylin tattoo barbie. It seemed way to fun not to try. So I got her and tat'ed her up. She seems sadder then I remember, but it's been, oh...15 years since I last picked up a barbie... it was fun... :o) Here's some fun facts according to AARP (more in the next photo) • 1959: Barbie debuts as a teenage fashion model, work she continues today through her Barbie Top Model line. Did you know? Percentage of women in the workforce then: 38. Today: 60. • 1961: Ken Carson meets Barbie on a TV commercial set; the two begin dating. Did you know? Number of unmarried heterosexuals in long-term relationships then: 439,000. Today: 6.5 million. • 1965: Astronaut Barbie debuts a year after NASA scuttles training for women. Did you know? In 1983 Sally Ride became the first U.S. woman in space. • 1973: Nurse Barbie goes to medical school, graduates as Surgeon Barbie. Did you know? Percentage of doctors who were female in the 1970s: 10. Today: 33. • 1975: Gold Medal Barbie sweeps the Olympic Games in skating, skiing and gymnastics. Did you know? Number of female athletes to compete in the 2009 Summer National Senior Games: 6,000. • 1980: Barbie goes multiracial with the debut of Black Barbie, Hispanic Barbie and the International Collection. Did you know? Number of Americans who identify themselves as mixed race: 5 million, up 25% since 2000.
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61/365 I realized that I never posted a finished picture of my tattoo. So, here it is! #8. My favorite Pokemon is Squirtle.
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Happy Birthday Barbie! Here's some more fun facts according to AARP (more in the previous photo) • 1989: Barbie joins the Army. By 1992 she serves in four military branches, sporting Pentagon-approved uniforms. Did you know? Number of female veterans today: 1.8 million. Average age: 47. • 1992: Teen Talk Barbie whines, “Math class is tough,” prompting an apology from Mattel. Did you know? Percentage of math doctorates granted to women then: 23. Today: 29. • 1992: Barbie first runs for president. Did you know? Sixteen years later, Hillary Clinton garners 18 million votes in the Democratic presidential primaries. • 1997: Barbie discovers that Share-a-Smile Becky’s hot pink wheelchair doesn’t fit in the Dream House elevator. Did you know? Percentage of Americans over 45 who anticipate making changes in their homes for easier living: 51. • 2004: Barbie and Ken break up after 43 years together, then reunite in 2006. Did you know? Percentage of divorced couples over 40 who get back together: 6. • 2009: At 50, Barbie is the world’s highest-earning doll, with $1.2 billion in annual revenue. Did you know? Women’s median annual income for full-time work in 1959: $3,200 ($23,360 in today’s dollars). Today: $35,102 for all women; $20,810 for women ages 55 to 64.
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This is my custom krypt kiddies doll Esmeralda. Esmeralda was previously the mass produced krypt kiddies doll, Blitz. I blushed her face with various tones of pink and purple pastels to make her grey skin tone a bit more exciting in colour. Her eyebrows and eyes have both been repainted with acrylics. Her eyes are now very bold and striking in colour, which I find is a common trate with the handmade krypt kiddies dolls. I've painted them with various shades of green to contrast with her outfit. I've blushed the outside of her eyes with pink pastel and added eyelashes to bring her eyes out even more. Her nostrils have been darkened to add depth and realism, and her horns have been dusted with brown pastel. She has been sealed all over with an expensive spray-on matt varnish that is very popular among doll artists for it's durability and fine finish. After being sealed with the matt varnish I then used brush on gloss varnish on her eyes, nostrils and mouth to add detail. Her outfit was made from scratch by myself. Her outfit consists of a skirt, top, headscarf and optional shall and bag. Her original nappy is included too and because she was original an anatomically correct boy doll it has been sealed in place so as not to cause any surprises (:P). The skirt has been made to have a baggy, flowing shape as has the black velvet top to give the gypsy feel. The head scarf is made of the same velvet as the top and has been permanently affixed to her head, it is tied at the back with various lace for decoration. Her bag is made of lace with a velvet strap and features a Jewel heart and a polka dot bow. The shall is made of black fabric netting and is simple tied in place around her neck. She also has two gold hoop earing's, one in each ear, and has strands of hair on ever side of head than hang from under her head scarf. One strand features 2 skull beads.
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I made this Duck myself today. Was fun (It actually isnt that big) Originally uploaded by Alan UK I'm actually no Marilyn Manson fan. It's a gift ;-)
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The underground world uses tattoos to show membership of gangs. These are called Criminal Tattoos.Last updated 7 years ago