Triforce calf piece I got as a memorial for my two grandmothers and my uncle that passed away within a year of each other. The symbols in each triforce are their initials in Hylian text, with their initial in the triforce that best represents them (power, wisdom, courage). Done at Salty Dog Tattoos in Ft. Worth, Texas by Joe Haasch.
“I Could Start Again, A Million Miles Away.” These are lyrics from a song called Hurt by Johnny Cash. It could be taken all sorts of ways but to me it symbolizes that distance means nothing. I grew up with what I like to call a long distance parent, who raised me through letters and phone calls. Because of him I know that it doesn’t matter whether I’m sitting next to someone or pick up and move a million miles away, love is love.
Outline session, Hera holding a peacock and pomegranate.
Done by Amy Zager at Fifth Sun Graphix
Silver Surfer By:
Love and Hate
Time to make glorious music! (Taken with Instagram)
In memoriam of an old friend, Jellybean. If one were to believe in reincarnation, then surely Jellybean was once a human. He was the best playmate an only child could hope for, from racing me to putting on plays with me, to taking baths with me and eating dinner with me, Jellybean was my sidekick, he was always by my side and seemed to truly participate in my childhood shenanigans. Unfortunately his life was cut short, while watching me perform one of my plays, my labrador, Dane, took a playful swipe at him. While I was devastated, I never forgot him and the fun we had. When it came time to add something new to my music notes, I knew I wanted Jellybean, because there is nobody I’d rather have watching my back ;] <3
The Great Fire of London 1666 (woodcut, later colouration)
English School 17th Century