That dragon done all free hand drawing on the skin except the head that i put a stencil .
Costumer came every two weeks from virginia , was very dedicated and very nice , i had a pleasure tattooing that on him .
it think it took about two month to start and finish maybe 3 month not sure .
i will post finish photos when ill have them , thank you for looking
first session out line, i did the rooster as well will add another flower on the chest .
just got back from two weeks trip to israel to see me family and hang on the beach with renee and leora .
between all that i tattooed some of my friends, at my friend gilli`s apartment , thanks to gilli and sivan for the great hospitality .
im still waiting for some photos but here is few that i got .
the dragon is a tibetan style dragon that i drew free hand on sivan , it took 12 hours and two sessions. the flower on her shoulder was done few years back , it`s a cover up on an old tattoo .
my art teacher pema rinzin , me and 8 other students are going to a class trip to dharamsala india
from march 12th to the 30th
we are going to learn more on the tibetan art from visiting in temples and get to see some paintings first hand , maybe we will get to see were the master were paintings and how they lived .
i`m very excited for that trip and can`t wait to share some photos with you here on my blog .
i won`t be updating any new photos until i`m back
thank you for the interest in my blog
i did that about a year ago
at last i got a photo
Dorje is a Tibetan word meaning “noble stone.” It embodies the brilliance of diamond-like illumination and symbolizes the indestructible source of power from which all else is born. Like a diamond, the dorje is a reminder of that which is enduring, invincible, and irresistible. The double dorje has the additional power to protect all that is sacred and mundane. Wearing the protective double dorje helps strengthen our core while it empowers one pointed focus and inner strength. It reminds us to serve The Sacred, which lives at the center of our being.
this is a study of a buddha drawing , i used black paper with white color from japan( thanks to shinji)
it took me about 50 hours , pencil first then brush
its about 26”- 20”
i used little blue in the eyes
during my studying i took a break and went to Thailand for a month
those Are part of my studying in Thailand 2009
all done with pencil first then brush and ink