Sleeve - Tattoowise
Snakes of Iron opening for The Word Alive, The Basement, Auckland. 21/09/2011.
First use of the studio at Gray's School of Art today with John.
Spent 8 hours with Eddie Yeary getting the black and shading of my sleeve. Already have a sleeve on my right arm and finally got things going on my left. Design is an Octopus with water. Will get color added in a couple months. Eddie is an awesome artist and works out of his shop in Rocky Mount, VA.
Done by Wakefields' Dave Wiper.
got this fella yesterday, awlful blurred picture. on the top of my am done by amy victoria savage at jayne doe in essex
She covets my favorite lens... The Sigma 10-20mm Wide Angle Shady Beach, Elk River, Missouri Shot this at 250mm from halfway in the river.
Preying mantis, and dragonfly
in progress / 2nd session
more work towards my 3/4 sleeve. Koi, Lotus, Maple. work done @ Two Thumbs Tattoo Oahu Hawaii by Leo.
The phoenix's right wing will come down up underneath my arm; the left wing extends across my shoulderblade, but there's only a few lines there at present so it wasn't really worth showing you yet. Both beasties will have pupils in the end. When complete, the creatures will be in colour, and the flowers (lotus and cherry blossoms/sakura), and the backround (bars and waves) will be black and grey. Jeff Walker @ ink in Aurora 2/09
slowly getting work done towards my sleeve. Thanks to Leo @ 2 Thumbs Tattoo Hawaii
Minolta X-9/Kodak Gold 200
Tattoo by Mike Cole at Inktoberfest 2010 Biloxi MS. Fusion Ink, Next Generation Machines
Three random tattoo ideas
Created for the [♂]::MΔSTЭЯMIИĐS::[♀] Week 132: Where are you? Since where I am at the moment isn't really home, I did mine on where I'm from: Boriqua [also Boricua] *A person who was BORN in Puerto Rico. *From the Taíno name for Puerto Rico, Boriquen The word Boriken, some believe to translate to "the great land of the valiant and noble Lord." Borikén was used by the original Taíno population to refer to the island of Puerto Rico before the arrival of the Spanish. Other variations used are Borinqueño and Borincano which translated means "from Borinquen." The first recorded use of the word Boricua comes from Christopher Columbus in his Letter to the Sovereigns from 4 March 1493. The coqui [tree frog] and lechon [pig roast] are typical traditional symbols of Puerto Rico. The Puerto Rican coquí is a very small tree frog about one inch long. Some coquíes look green, some brown and some y
Digo esteve presente na parte inicial, queria ver minha reação nos primeiros traços, hehe.