Below are some designs I've put together over the past few years that still have yet to find their special someone! If you're interested in getting one or have any questions about them, contact me here!
A vibrant and colorful neotraditional tattoo design created for a full thigh piece. This design features bright and refreshing colors to give a feeling of life and vibrancy, contrary to the sister design Mother ii.
This is an original acrylic painting outlined with ink, done on 18x24 canvas. Let me know if you're interested in purchasing the original or a print! This design features the alternate to the first Mother design: this is covered in blight, death and mutation brought on by a lot of man's interference. It was meant to be for a thigh piece, but I'd *love* to do this as a full back piece!
A neotraditional style tattoo featuring a koi swimming among lotus blossoms.
A romantic little design of a dead hand holding a millipede rolled into a lollipop!
Traditional style mandala tattoo design with vibrant colors with contrasting crimson and jade as the base.
My first small set of floral-based tattoo designs! I designed these specifically without color, to focus on the depth and dynamics added from the use of bold and intricate line work.
A geometric style design with a tribal approach. This was envisioned as a larger upper back piece, and would also look great on a shoulder cap or upper thigh!
Full black line work design, envisioned to accent the ribs and hip area (although a shoulder drape would look amazing)!
Medusa, drawn in realism style with graphite and black and white Prisma. In this concept, she delicately holds her last human trophy as it crumbles in her hands.
Realism style design featuring a cautious but curious mermaid in black and white.
A graphic art design, drawn up for Halloween. This hungry zombie girl just wants to eat you up!
I love creating tattoos that give the illusion of literally being in the skin. While the basic beginning idea of this would be closest to the "ripped skin" effect, this ups it to another level.
A geometric design inspired by moon phases and paths, with a dream catcher approach. I originally had this in mind as a hand design but can definitely picture it on an upper arm or thigh.
I can't get enough of these guys! Cute little ravenous teddies that would just love to eat your face. I enjoy drawing these silly bears getting into all sorts of crazy and morbid shenanigans.
A neotraditional design of a zombie unicorn. This little one's been on the shelf for quite awhile and needs some time in the spotlight!
A neotraditional black and white design. Marilyn MonRAWR has been patiently awaiting her debut!