Ink - Tattoowise
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A tattoo story....
KIEV 88 // FUJI VELVIA 100F FiLM + B&W // VENICE, CA
A very rough photo (taken on my BB) of one of my wings..I'll get a good one up soon..
The guys from Miami Ink came through the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego, CA. to do a little live painting in the lobby of the hotel. Artwork is to be auctioned for charity. photos by: ErikVoake.com *please do not use without permission!
the colors this film gave me are so cool
On my left arm.
Three random tattoo ideas
See www.flickr.com/photos/automaton-design/2212241119/ for the original drawing I used. Gabby Moore is the artist not me. Its about 10" high by about 11" wide on a 17" x 17" piece of white cotton. The spider legs are coloured in with a bit of Crayola and Prang crayons so you can see them a bit better. The banner is filled with seed stitches. Its all done in 2 strands of floss except for the hairy parts of the legs which are done in 4 strands. I am happy with the way it came out and I am glad I kept the American spelling of honor (instead of honour) because I would have had to make the letters smaller to fit . Plus I had already used the marker on it so I was stuck with the lettering :)
trying to decide which triplet 'knot' looks best with the animals for a bracelet tattoo (left wrist)
I went to the Waitangi Day Celebrations at Waitangi Park Wellington and people watched This is a traditional tatoo called a Moko. See web site tatoosblog.com/maori-tatoos/ for more information. On Friday 6 February it is Waitangi Day in New Zealand. It is the anniversary of the signing of the Treaty between the Māori and the British Crown on 6 February 1840 This Treaty has been the subject of much debate and consternation over the years and only in recent history have the full conditions been recognised and accepted.