I've been reading through the different forums on this page and have to say i like what i see. There are a lot of pages out there to choose from, and it took me a long time to find this one. Glad i found it. so anyways, thought id start a blog on here, just to throw some stuff out there about myself, maybe somebody will check it out someday. My name's nate, but i get called a lot of other things, like the biggest ninja you know. For a guy standing 6'5", weighing in at 315, i guess im surprisingl
I wanted to take a moment to thank Scott for his portion of the interview. There is more to interviewing than most people realize, until they are on the back side of the camera directing the flow of conversation. Scott makes it easy, and the hour and change we spent talking flew by.
Thanks to everyone for the positive response. We are taking our industry into our own hands, and looking to our peers for our true gauge of how we perform.
I will do my best to keep my progress posted here, but I
I've let my blog sit idle for about the last year focusing mainly on Instagram since it's so easy to use. However, I've had some feedback from who don't have Instagram or enjoy looking at pictures the size of a toy camera. So I resurrected the blog. Made a lot of updates with a shit tone of photos from pretty much the last year.
I'm going to be updating the blog far more regularly, and with additional content that doesn't make ti to Instagram, and with a better account of my travel dates.
Dean Schubert / Yapese Tattoo Adventure. Reviving the Traditional Tattoo of Yap
Just wanted To drop this on everyone here on Last Sparrow. Haven't been in the mix here too much lately, but I have a lot of respect for all the people that make Last Sparrow happen. Enjoy, Dean
i feel a little weird asking this, but has anyone ever worked for Sailor Jerry Clothing? opinions on tattoo clothing brands aside, i'm looking for personal experiences if anyone has them. i'm not going to say anything more because i don't want to jinx myself. thank you kindly in advance!
I apologize ahead of time for such a long post; hopefully you guys don't mind reading my long-winded thoughts.
I made it through security without getting searched or anything. Got to the gate about 45 minutes before my flight, and wasted some time on my iPhone since there wasn't much else to do. Bought two bottles of water for $6.95 (mistake), and waited to board. Boarding time came around, and it went by without any turbulence (haha). Cramped seats were waiting for me, but that's what you get
Last night like many three year olds my daughter was passed out on my lap. Of coarse she neglected to take a nap opting for rambunctious play instead. I went to put her down for bed after a busy day for us all. I tucked her in and she began to lightly sob. I asked why like any man trying to fix rather than console. A minute passed or for me seemed like forever. She pointed up to the ceiling and said "My brother is in heaven and its sad" This choked me up like a bad boxed cookie sold at ho
People of Earth I'll be hanging out in PDX August 26-29th, I have a few friends there but am always down to make more. No plans to tattoo while I'm there, but I guess that's subject to change if theres any interest. If you're in the Portland area and want to show a brotha around, please message me!
Just wanted to drop a line and let youse know that the Penthouse article is on the newstands. It is in the july/august issue called th 6th annual BADASS issue. I hope everyone likes it,the next ones for penthouse are not tattoo related but indirectly everything in my life has been and is tattoo related.when Bob and I went to NYC last fall i tattooed one of the main editors at penthouse. It is about our history and the media/public , kind of a guide on why you shouldnt believe what you see on TV
Here is a small taste of what we are up to these days at the shop. We are so lucky to have some of the worlds finest tattooers come work with us and with the amazing clients we have. I am truly blessed!!! Hope you enjoy this!
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I asked my friend Shannon Larratt about what he knew about the laws and if he could see if this site could be held accountable for selling downloads of other peoples original art tattoos, and prints, etc with out the creators consent.... Here's How to deal with it.... Richard has numerous stuff on their site so I am going to have to do this as well...
THANKS A BUNCH SHANNON!
I've just had "tattoodonkey.com" brought to my attention, a website that is selling stolen images en masse, mine include
On Friday June 29th Shotsie Gorman will be interviewed about his writings and recite his personal POETRY at
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Back to the hotel now to collect my bags and make my way to Chambers Street station.
Before I leave I take a few final pictures around Battery Park.
So I get to Chambers Street and guess what I get on the right train.
Anyway, I won’t bore you with all the drama suffice to say I share the rest of the journey with a lovely young lady, from Austria, who is in the same boat. We say goodbye at JFK terminal 5 and I continue on to terminal 7.
So with plenty of time I buy some d
i think it looks good and its not so big..maybe you are finding it dark? but it will look much better in a few months once its properly settled into the skin and it will get lighter too .... i think its a great start, and incase you decide to continue it upwards, you can use some play with contrast and create a beautiful sleeve or half sleeve ....
honestly id just leave it for a while , let it grow on you, before making any rushed decisions...believe me, i made rushed decisions over and ov
Also, usually before I got to get my tattoos me and the artist have a pre-session to talk about everything and ask questions, then set up an apointment, but like I originally stated it doesn't look bad at all.
I personally think the tattoo looks fine, You can put a moon like others have said and it would look awesome. Also before they tatted you up, did you see the design on your wrist, the way it would look. When I go to my artist, they usually ask me to pick the design myself, the size, what exact location I want it on, also the reasons for getting the tattoo, but I got good history with my tattoo artists, also if this is recently done, you might want to wait a while, let it heal etc, may even look