Sunday, 27 October 2013


Finished up reworking a sun and tribal add-on for Mike,

then did a lip print on Trisha

Images Tatouées Chaud Femmes

La plupart des femmes ont maintenant des tatouages ​​pour la beauté du corps et expriment de la colère ou de l'art et bien c'est, De sorte que tout le corps est rempli avec des tatouages.
Quelques photos tatoués filles qui sont très populaire et cool:

Saturday, 26 October 2013


Met a cool guy named Adam I worked up a design for, it had to cover up rebel skull tattoo. Now is a Viking skull with helmet. got good photos during process, then did wedding rings on a wonderful couple Char and Jo


Thursday, 24 October 2013

Hot Tattoo Designs For Girls

It seems like lots of women these days are tired of the elderly tramp stamp lower back tattoo. Thus has led a lot of women that are in to tattoos to search for other places to receive a sexy tattoo on their body. Three of the best options these days, is a foot tattoo. There's a ton of great foot tattoo ideas out there & these might help get your own ideas sparked for a chilled, sexy & creative tattoo design.
Flowers - Of coursework flowers are always a great idea when you require something that is delicate & feminine. Floral tattoo designs can work well because of the rich symbolic history that flowers have. Most flowers have some symbolic meaning behind them & the colors play an important part in that symbolism. All of these things together help in making a brightly colored floral tattoo design perfect. The vines & stems of the flower can also be integrated in to the overall design for a free flowing feminine look & feel to the tattoo.

Celtic Tattoo Designs - There's a ton of different Celtic tattoo designs out there. Lots of people fall for the Celtic cross right away because of it is beauty. However, there's also zoomorphic (animal knot work) shapes, spiral & step patterns throughout Celtic artwork & lots of of these designs can be incorporate with an Irish or Celtic saying making for an amazing & often original & unique design.

Sayings - Sayings, writing & poems are currently on of the most popular design trends in tattoos. Lots of people are out getting literary, written tattoo designs. The lure of a great looking font & an insightful saying is often to entice people to receive a saying tattoo. This is easy, often done quickly & something that will generate memories & affirmations forever. It works well if you already have a quote or saying that you are attached to & care about.

Fairies - Fairies always work well on any part of the female body. The ability to pose the fairy & change their posture, mood, & facial expressions leads to an boundless number of possibilities for such a foot tattoo idea.
Tribal - It used to be that tribal designs were all bold, sizable, black line work tattoos. However, these days the tribal tattoo designs of the late 80 & early 90's have warped in to an boundless array of possibilities including lots of feminine, & sexy tribal designs. The lines can be done in a lighter way & not as heavy & the line work itself often is not as angular or bold. It in lieu swirls around the foot in a delicate & stunning way. Sometimes these might even convey a particular animal or object while at the same being an abstract set of line.

Butterflies - Butterflies are a lot like fairies in the lure of flight & the beauty of their wings. They display stunning colors & the rich & deep symbolism behind them making butterflies a definite design to think about. Think of the transformation that a worm goes through to become a butterfly, for lots of people they feel this is symbolic of things they have gone through in their own life.

Wednesday, 23 October 2013


Did a neo-traditional owl tattoo on Evan, and tattooed Nicole who purchased the breast cancer auction tattoo. I want to thank Mr. Jinx AKA Mike Mayotte and Mike McNabb from Tip Top Tattoos

in Fort Wayne Indiana for investing in me and helping to get through the task of being licensed here in the state of Alaska. I am so thankful to be serving in Tanana Valley Alaska.

Wednesday, 16 October 2013


Did some cool small feathers behind Carols ear, and did a sweet dream catcher on her son Jake.

Tuesday, 15 October 2013


Did a Wristband of solid black on Matt and a Eastern Swallowtail butterfly on Stevie. Another Fun day at Spitt'n Ink Fairbanks Alaska.

Sunday, 13 October 2013


Started the day on Mike finishing up tribal and transitioning to sun in upper arm area. Drew on my friend from the bank for a hour on a cover up, then did alpha and omega on Shawn, and made

a couple of I Love You's on Branden and Chelsey.

Friday, 11 October 2013


First is Mollies Totem she drew got it finished up, then I did a fix up on Otto's anchor. Fun day at the shop

met a lot of nice people from Fairbanks.

Wednesday, 9 October 2013


Did a cool Boo Boo Today on John from The Lone Star State of Texas. Did you know that boo boo is always trying to keep Yogi
 from making a mess out of something. Go Boo Boo!

Saturday, 5 October 2013


Did a tribute tattoo for a fallen friend today. Sorry for your loss bro, This one's for Terry

Friday, 4 October 2013

Body Painting - 3 Steps to Find the Best Supplies

Ready to get started body painting, but don't know what to use, how to get started or where to find the right supplies? Here's the 3 steps to finding and using good body painting supplies.
Step 1. Know what kind of body painting supplies you need:
There are many kinds of paint out there, and most are not for body painting. If you use the wrong kinds of paint, you may end up with you (or whoever you paint) having a mild to severe allergic reaction to the paint.
A mild reaction could be hives or a body rash. A severe reaction could be difficulty breathing. So don't take this lightly, and get the right paints to start with.
The right kind of body paint is tested for use on human skin and safe to use for overall body painting. They say they are for body painting specifically. Personally I would not go for the 'cheap' good deals on body paint, but would get the best to start with. It's not much more money, and you may as well be safe.
You will also want to get some good brushes and sponges for body painting. You don't need to invest in very expensive brushes, but I would suggest using natural fibers and not the very cheap kinds of craft brushes that will have the hairs falling out as you are using them. Also, cheap stiff brushes will be uncomfortable for the person you are body painting. So get some soft brushes, of 3 different sizes to start with:
- 1 very small with a pointed tip for fine detail
- 1 about a half inch wide
- 1 'fan' brush for blending
You will also want to get some sponges for body painting, in order to put light coats on and also for covering large areas quickly. You can find sponges in the same places you will find body paint. Which brings us to our next 'secret'...
Step 2. Know where to find materials for body painting:
There are two best suppliers for body paints and body painting that I have found.
If you look either of these names up on the internet you will be able to find the right kind of body painting supplies. (You are not likely to find these locally unless you live in a city that happens to have a body painting store or craft store that carries body painting supplies).
Snazaroo is marketed mostly for face painting, and in particular face painting for children. This is because Snazaroo fully complies with FDA and child safety guidelines. This are the only face paint that holds a "child toy safety rating." So if you are looking for the safest paint this would be a good choice.
The other two face and body painting suppliers that have great reputations out there are Kryolan and Mehron.
Kryolan mainly specializes in theatrical and professional body painting supplies, and Mehron is a pro makeup company that also specializes in body painting needs. You will find everything from paints to sponges to paint removal supplies at any of these suppliers, and the best way to find them is online.
Step 3. Know what kind of supplies will best fit your needs:
The main difference between these 3 face and body painting companies is that Snazaroo leans more toward kids and face painting supplies, While Kryolan and Mehron are marketed toward the adult, professional and theatre face and body painting crowd, and you will find a few more, higher grade options there.
Think about what you want to use your face or body paints for. Are you mainly going to be painting kid's faces at a birthday party? Or are you hoping to go into business as a pro body painter for a dance company?
If you're on a budget and want to just get started without investing too much, yet have good quality safe body paints, go with Snazaroo; if you're professional (or want more pro options) and are willing to spend a little more on your body painting, go with Kryolan or Mehron.
So that's it - go take a look and see what supplies would work best for you!
Bonus Tip: Get some baby wipes (natural ones, not the perfumed ones) to remove the paint quickly and easily.