Posts Tagged ‘tattoo’

I’m totally putting off wedding craft posts, but these projects have been sitting around even longer.


I got the necklace at Tokyo Disney’s Pirates of The Carribean ride, if anyone’s wondering.


oh, the pretty colors made to create this ugly thing.


Decided to another Necronomicon box as a color, design and material experiment. I’m thinking of making an army of these for an Etsy account. Next up, I’ll be crafting with slightly bigger boxes to make a clutch.




this one was a request from a friend.


Well these drawings took a million years to upload. Colored pencil tattoo flash to kickstart my portfolio. I have hopeful news coming up real soon. For now, I’m keeping it a secret ’cause I don’t want to jinx it. I also want to see if I can somehow incorporate these types of illustrations alongside the Necronomicon crafts.

Happy Summer!



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I’m a really bad blogger. Lately, the most I do on the internet is answer e-mails and bookmark reference images. Since there are so many people pouring their feelings out online, it feels gratifying to keep things to myself. Anyways, before I start ranting:

Go to my new sketchbook blog to see shots of my amateur tattoo portfolio! Finished products will be cleanly scanned and posted here.



I will be painting a goat for Matterhorn Mini Golf! It was a little bigger than I expected, but it’s a good challenge. Contemplating whether I want to keep it simple and go straight to painting or add any sculptural elements to it.

Thanks for stopping by.


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Tattoos 2

Posted new tattoo designs I did for my co-workers on the website. As usual, brainstorming sketches are posted on my sketchbook blog. There will definitely be more tattoo posts in the future!




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A little update just to show people I draw more than hair. Here are two tattoo commissions I did for my co-workers. To see brainstorm sketches, go to my sketchbook blog posts here and here. They can also be seen in full on my website.



These were fun! Tattoos are a beautiful way to immortalize one’s deepest and personal memory. Someday, I’ll get one too.


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