This fellow is made from some over-dyed Laura Ashley fabric that I have had in my stash since the 70′s. Yes, it’s true, I never throw anything away. When I was last sorting through the fabric drawers and came across it, I realized it would make good medieval-looking tattoos.
We had a few days of Spring this week. It makes one hopeful.
I finished this fellow on Wednesday night before the show, took his photos on Thursday morning, we took the subway down to the show together, and he found a new home on Friday morning!
CraftBoston was excellent- my best show ever! I will post some booth pics in a few days. I still have a lot of things available and I am working hard today to get them into my etsy shop. If I ship by Wednesday, package should certainly arrive (in US) by Christmas.
With his cashmere tam-
And without- see his curl?
Cherubs on his chest.
It is always exciting for me when I find a new fabric to use for tattoos. Especially if it is very different but still hopefully gets the tattoo idea across. This fabric had prints of vintage-looking celestial maps.
I love how the planetary orbital path looks like an extra set of eyes.
Who could resist a man with turnips on his chest!
I’m not sure what this is all about but I love the imagery.
And the colors.
There is so much going on with the patterns that I gave him plain black fabric for his hair and beard.
A new merman with skeletons. This month has been a lot of men with skeleton tattoos!
I got a new IPhone last weekend and am blown away by the amazing camera. I took photos with the phone and also with my Canon EOS Rebel and the phone pics were so much better. So, some of these photos were taken with the new phone and some with my SLR.
And here is the back side of his hair-
btw- this is #100 doll of 2017!
This is the last of this fabric- good-bye American monument design toile!
Striped pants and skeletons! Lots and lots and lots of skeletons.
He looks to me like a beach bum sailor versus a Navy sailor.
With his hat-