Believe - Tattoowise
Everytime I look at this I smile. I love it so much
Next to be finished; the lovely green vines!
white ink tatto 4 days old. Done at Captain Jack's Tattoo in Portland, OR.
Pentax Asahi k1000
...in myself for the first time in my life. And here's my memento to remind me anytime I falter
dep visited and we had the best time~
The word Believe in Old English Lettering with flower accents.... More of my art work can be seen at www.myspace.com/denyceangel666
Tattoo By Gabriel
" I don't believe in an interventionist God But I know, darling, that you do But if I did I would kneel down and ask Him Not to intervene when it came to you Not to touch a hair on your head To leave you as you are And if He felt He had to direct you Then direct you into my arms Into my arms, O Lord Into my arms, O Lord Into my arms, O Lord Into my arms And I don't believe in the existence of angels But looking at you I wonder if that's true But if I did I would summon them together And ask them to watch over you To each burn a candle for you To make bright and clear your path And to walk, like Christ, in grace and love And guide you into my arms Into my arms, O Lord Into my arms, O Lord Into my arms, O Lord Into my arms And I believe in Love And I know that you do too And I believe in some kind of path That we can walk down, me and you So keep your candle burning And make her journey br
Believe in Old E. Lettering with flower accents. More of my art work can be seen at www.myspace.com/denyceangel666
Three random tattoo ideas
Fotos mias que tengo en mi galeria flickr y que estan siendo usadas en webs y blogs, a veces con permiso, otras sin el... En este caso, esta mas o menos bien. La foto esta siendo usada aqui; www.blogtatuajes.com/2008/08/22/el-surf-y-el-tatoo-2/ Es un blog no comercial. Bien. La foto esta tal cual la subi a flickr. Bien. El reconocimiento falta...menos mal que esta firmada la foto... Tambien hay un link a la foto original en flickr a pie de pagina, pero la foto deberia llevar el reconocimiento de autor a pie...
So, it was about time for a new session from Lina and me, this time with last-minute model replacement Ella. As all too often happens in the model photography world, everything was planned and prepared in advance: the day, time, theme, clothes, location, accessories, hair, make-up and then at the last second . . . the model says she can't make it. So, what do you do? You frantically look for a replacement, and if you are lucky enough, you find someone great! I don't think Ella quite understood what Lina was going to do to her or how long it would take, and I am not quite sure this is her style of choice, but in the end, I think we came up with a pretty cool session, that is something between a mix of beauty and fashion with some big old chunks of industrial metal thrown in! Lighting: Two Vivitar 285HVs on ½ power in a 50x50" Westcott Apollo softbox, quite close to model, high and camera left, another behind a bookend behind the model camera right to give that back/rimligh