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This is a series of 12 tribal tattoo designs I did based on the Chinese Zodiac.
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I had this idea and thought someone might like it... I already have someone lined up to get it inked! Colored pencils and pigment liners.
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Panther
tattoo sketch
Acrylic on canvas
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THIS is the phoenix tattoo version which everybody can use.
As you can see is not so different from the other one, but the most important particulars had been changed ...

You can use only this, not the other one. ^^
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i wanted to try out some of the coloured paper my gf bought me from walmart but its kind of reflective neway the scanner hates it.sooo much better in real life grrr. this is just a sketch the snake is Tony Caivarro inspired he is the SHIT!!!!
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New drawing for my breakdance crew.

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Woooow! I'm soo happy! A new Daily Deviation!
Thank you soo much to : :iconprincepal:
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some cuute girly black and grey flowers, would look nice on someone's back i think...
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Finished design for a m8. In a couple of days ill start to tattoo it up ;)
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dedicated: ~owel

owls in Greek mythology :In the mythology of ancient Greece, Athene, the Goddess of Wisdom, was so impressed by the great eyes and solemn appearance of the Owl that, having banished the mischievous crow, she honoured the night bird by making him her favourite among feathered creatures. Athene's bird was a Little Owl, (Athene noctua). This Owl was protected and inhabited the Acropolis in great numbers. It was believed that a magical "inner light" gave Owls night vision. As the symbol of Athene, the Owl was a protector, accompanying Greek armies to war, and providing ornamental inspiration for their daily lives. If an Owl flew over Greek Soldiers before a battle, they took it as a sign of victory. The Little Owl also kept a watchful eye on Athenian trade and commerce from the reverse side of their coins.

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