Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Ear Tattoo Picture | TATTOOS FOR MEN

Ear Tattoo Picture.............

Egyptian Tattoos

Egyptian tattoos are very beautiful in nature and with such a variety of artwork to choose from, it can be difficult deciding on simply one design.

Some of the most common Egyptian tattoos include, The eye of Horus (sound eye, Wadjet) which is believed by many to possess power, prosperity, protection and wisdom.

Other popular Egyptian god tattoos include, Hathor the Goddess of love, music, dance and is represented by cow horns and a sundisk on the head. Anubis is know as the god of embalming and is represented by the head of a jackal. Ma'at is known as the goddess of justice and is seen with an ostrich feather in her hair along with winged armed.

Enjoy these beautiful pictures of wonderful tattoo ideas.

Cats were highly regarded by many ancient Egyptians and were better known by the name "mau". Its quite common to see Egyptian themed cat tattoos.

These type of tattoos are seen on various locations of the body, with the back and arms being the most common areas.

Other Egyptian tattoo designs that are quite popular is the Scarab Beetle, which is often seen in the form of an amulet. And of course the very common Ankh (Cross) which is perhaps the most recognizable symbol of ancient Egypt, along with the mysteriously intriguing hieroglyphics.

Dallas Comic Con Wrap-Up

Once again I had a great time at the Dallas Comic Con and as always I have Mark Walters and Ben Stevens to thank for it. Guys, thanks for inviting me and congratulations for putting on such successful show. If you’ve never come out to one of their conventions, you really should. They have Shatner coming to the next one, hopefully I can get to be a part of that one too.

Unfortunately I could only do Saturday this past weekend as I had my boy’s 2nd birthday party on Sunday, which was also a great time. Maybe I can get Shatner for the next one of those? But even just doing the con for one day, I did a ton of drawing. Thanks to everyone who came by my table to either commission me or just to say hello, I always appreciate it. There are a lot of great artists at these shows, so I’m honored that anyone would choose to spend their hard-earned dollars on my work.

Here is a look at some of the pieces I did. There are several characters I’ve never drawn before in my life, but I like that. It’s something new and gets me out of my comfort zone. I like the Jaguar and Caveman Batman a lot and really enjoyed doing the "Breaking Bad" one. The guy who commissioned it gave me a choice of that or Gorillaz!

Here is a video someone posted about the show. At the 1:54 mark, you can see your's truly actually doing one of those pieces. If you want to see that hot BSG gal, then start a few seconds before me.

Nice Japanese Tattoos Picture | TATTOOS FOR MEN

Nice Japanese Tattoos Picture.............

Variant Japanese Tattoo | TATTOOS FOR MEN

Variant Japanese Tattoo..............

Women Good Japanese Tattoos | TATTOOS FOR MEN

Women Good Japanese Tattoos..............

Tattoo Picture Eyes Unique | TATTOOS FOR MEN

Tattoo Picture Eyes Unique............

Band of the Week


Godsmack is an American rock band from
Lawrence, Ma, formed in 1995.

Band Members
Sully Erna: lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards, drums, percussion, harmonica (1995–present) Sully Erna is the bands founder, frontman and songwriter. -Salvatore Paul "Sully" Erna (born February 7, 1968 ) in Lawrence, Ma.
Tony Rombola: lead guitar, backing vocals (1997–present)
Robbie Merrill: bass guitar, (1996–present)
Shannon Larkin: drums, percussion (2002–present)
Sully Erna

Lee Richards: guitars (1996–1997)
Joe Darco: drums (1996–1997)
Tommy Stewart: drums (1997–2002)

Godsmack has released five studio albums, one EP, four DVDs, and one greatest hits collection.

Godsmack has had three consecutive #1 albums (Faceless, IV, and The Oracle) on the Billboard 200. The band also has parked a ratified 18 top ten rock radio hits, including 15 songs in the Top Five. Godsmack is one of the most popular rock acts in the United States, selling almost 15 million records worldwide

Godsmacks primary influences include Alice in Chains, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Judas Priest, Pantera, Metallica and Rush.

Rolling Stone Magazine describes Godsmack as "hard as nails and cranked to eleven," while Alternative Press praised the band for its "churning, riff-driven hybrid of all that is heavy, past and present."

• 1998: Godsmack
• 2000: Awake
• 2003: Faceless
• 2004: The Other Side
• 2006: IV
• 2010: The Oracle

Grammy Awards

2001 "Vampires" Best Rock Instrumental Performance -Nominated
2003 "I Stand Alone" Best Rock Song -Nominated
2003 "I Stand Alone" Best Hard Rock Performance- Nominated
2004 "Straight Out of Line" Best Hard Rock Performance -Nominated

Billboard Awards
2001 Rock Artist of the Year-Won


DATE                               VENUE                LOCATION
September 28, 2010   Seminole Hard Rock Casino- Hollywood, FL
September 29, 2010    Universal Orlando's CityWalk -Orlando, FL
October 01, 2010       Pepsi Stage (Bayfest) -Mobile, AL
October 03, 2010      Post Merriweather Pavillion -Columbia, MD
October 05, 2010     Hammerstein Ballroom -New York, NY
October 06, 2010     Susquehanna Center -Camden, NJ
October 08, 2010     Tsongas Center -Lowell (Boston), MA
October 09, 2010     Mohegan Sun Arena -Uncasville, CT
October 10, 2010     The Waterfront Pavilion -Bangor, ME
October 13, 2010     Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza -Wilkes Barre, PA
October 15, 2010     UIC Pavilion -Chicago, IL
October 16, 2010     Fox Theater -Detroit, MI
October 17, 2010     PNC Pavilion at Riverbend -Cincinnati, OH
October 19, 2010     Roy Wilkins Auditorium -Saint Paul, MN
October 20, 2010     Family Arena -Saint Charles, MO
October 22, 2010     Freaker's Ball @ Verizon Theatre -Dallas, TX
October 23, 2010     Buzzfest @ Woodlands Pavillion -Houston, TX
October 26, 2010     Santa Ana Star Center -Rio Rancho, NM
October 27, 2010     1st Bank Center -Broomfield, CO
October 30, 2010     Memorial Coliseum @ Arizona St. Fair -Phoenix, AZ
November 04, 2010  Nokia Theatre L.A. Live -Los Angeles, CA

Art of Body Tattoo - popular Tattoo of th world

A tattoo is a permanent marking made by inserting ink into the layers of skin to change the pigment for decorative or other reasons. Tattoos on humans are a type of decorative body modification, while tattoos on animals are most commonly used for identification or branding.

Tattooing has been practiced worldwide. The Ainu, the indigenous people of Japan, traditionally wore facial tattoos. Today one can find Berbers of Tamazgha (North Africa) and Maori of New Zealand with facial tattoos. Tattooing was widespread among Polynesian peoples and among certain tribal groups in the Philippines, Borneo, Mentawai Islands, Africa, North America, South America, Mesoamerica, Europe, Japan, Cambodia, New Zealand and Micronesia. Despite some taboos surrounding tattooing, the art continues to be popular in many parts of the world.

Tattooing has been a Eurasian practice at least since Neolithic times. Ötzi the Iceman, dating from the fourth to fifth millennium BCE, was found in the Ötz valley in the Alps and had approximately 57 carbon tattoos consisting of simple dots and lines on his lower spine, behind his left knee, and on his right ankle. Other mummies bearing tattoos and dating from the end of the second millennium BC have been discovered, such as the Mummy of Amunet from Ancient Egypt and the mummies at Pazyryk on the Ukok Plateau.

Pre-Christian Germanic, Celtic and other central and northern European tribes were often heavily tattooed, according to surviving accounts. The Picts were famously tattooed (or scarified) with elaborate dark blue woad (or possibly copper for the blue tone) designs. Julius Caesar described these tattoos in Book V of his Gallic Wars (54 BCE).

Tattooing in Japan is thought to go back to the Paleolithic era, some ten thousand years ago.[citation needed] Various other cultures have had their own tattoo traditions, ranging from rubbing cuts and other wounds with ashes, to hand-pricking the skin to insert dyes.[citation needed

Tattooing in the Western world today has its origins in Polynesia, and in the discovery of tatau by eighteenth century explorers. The Polynesian practice became popular among European sailors, before spreading to Western societies generally

Monday, August 30, 2010

Eagle Tattoos

As we mentioned before, if you are an animal lover and seeking a bird tattoo of any type, you are in for a treat, because bird tattoos are hands down some of the most captivatingly beautiful works of art on the market.

Not surprisingly eagle tattoos are perhaps the most common of all bird designs, which comes naturally for those of us in America, when you consider that eagles go hand in hand with the American flag and are symbolic of freedom, prosperity and patriotism towards the United States.

Enjoy this picture gallery of fantastic eagle artwork which will most certainly help you come up with a few ideas.

The most common location for an eagle tattoo includes the back, chest, bicep and calf area.

As for the details of the actual design, it seems that many people like to have the eagle donning open wings to appear in flight or perhaps swooping or striking its prey.

Some people choose to combined multiple designs into one piece of art, however unlike many other tattoo ideas, an eagle is such a prominently beautiful creature they look exceptionally bold as a stand along piece of artwork.

Tattoo on female buttocks2

Tattoo on female buttocks

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season Two Sketch Cards

I'm happy to announce that I was asked to do a second set of Star Wars cards for Topps. I'm also happy to announce that I got them done in time. It was touch and go for a while because I didn't get them until a week ago. Luckily I asked in advance if I could do 50 instead of 100 because getting them so late, I don't think I would've finished them all. Either that or I wouldn't have ever slept. Oh, who am I kidding, I wouldn't have slept.

This set is for The Clone Wars Season Two. Unfortunately, I never saw Season Two, or Season One for that matter. I saw the movie and I got through disk one of Season One by the time I got the blanks (I'm now through disk two). It's a pretty cool show, can't wait to catch up before Season Three starts. I also had a great reference book to help me with some of the characters I was unfamiliar with ... The Star Wars The Clone Wars Character Encyclopedia very cool book and cheap too.

So, here are all my cards, I hope you like them. I wish I had more time to work on them. Plus, my day job, Dallas Comic Con, my kid's birthday, family in town, getting sick and other freelance work really sucked a lot of my time. But, I'm happy with them and I met my goal of doing them all in color. I'm hoping to get back the first row as my Artist Return Cards.