Tuesday, 16 August 2011


Out of all the comissions I get, the one type that I seem to get more then others is tattoo designs. I been doing them since I was at high school and got a nack for it now. Over the years I been asked to do tribal, roses, angels, crosses, words, animals and even the Playboy bunny (don't ask). I've developed quite the porfolio of designs over the years and it seems to grow on a weekly basis.
Blind as a Bat.


 I've never been into piercings or anything else you do to your body, but I've always loved tattoos. For me they symbolise what that individual is about, whether it be tribal designs showing a persons heritage or just an image of their favourate movie star. You do get some really bad ones, but most of the time you fine some truely amazing works of art. 
Venom: Meant to go on chest.

I find that you get really great pieces tattoos is because you are placing something on your body and it will be on there the rest of your life. If that's the case you want it to be perfect, so you (normally) think hard about what you want, where you want it and how much you're will to pay for it.

As of yet I haven't had one myself, but before this year is out I hopefully will have my first one started. Might even share the design I'm getting, designed it myself.

 Incidently these images are mine so no use without permission please, as it wouldn't end well.


Thursday, 11 August 2011

Two Kinds

Took a stab at writing the other day and wanted to share it with you lot and hopefully get some feedback. The image I'm using is from the animation of 'The Tale of Three Brothers' that appears in 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part 1'. It was produced by Ben Hibon and the ending of the tale kinda appropriate for what I've wriiten. Plus it's aslo one of the best pieces of animation I've ever seen and I love sharing that with people. So here's my attempt, let me know what you think.

'There are two kinds...'

There are two kinds of people who do not fear death. They neither laugh, nor cry, or make even a hint of a sound. They won't move, they won't try to protect themselves. They will meet death head on, maybe even with a hint of a smile on their lips. There are two kinds of people who do not fear death. The brave... and the broken.