Kitsune (Fox) Breath
Dissociated Horse + Rat
Cat Balloons (version 2)
Jackalope and Serpent
Windows of Hope
Mushroom Home (Deluxe)
Cat Mouse Cycle
Stringlight Bird (dark skin only)
Moon and Sun
Donuts Donuts Donuts
Twin Fox Masks
Kingkiller/Name of the Wind Inspired
Silencing Feels Like..
Comeback RabbitRabbit illustration about dissociating very far and attempts to rope back in.Large piece! Would look good on a leg, side, upper arm, or back.
Three CringersBased on the Japanese imagery "Sansukumi" - when a snake, toad, and frog are pictured together it's an illustrative reference to the idea of fear/hesitation limiting personal freedom.Large piece! Would look good on a thigh/upper leg, backpiece, upper arm.
Sparrow WavesA sparrow uncapped (dissociated) by rising waves (emotion).Small-medium piece! (6"minimum)
Kitsune (Fox) BreathSmall piece! (4" minimum)
UsagiKaze(Rabbit Wind) Open to doing the leaves in the red color!Medium-large piece (about 9x6") Would love to see it on a stomach, chest, or leg. Would also look good on a thigh or back!
Bowtie RatSmall piece! (6" tall) Would look good on an arm or leg, or wherever!
Fish PitcherSmallish piece (5") about being a vessel of water (emotions)
Spilling RatA rat uncapped (dissociated) by spilling (emotions).Small piece! (5" minimum) no ribs/side for this one
Dissociated Horse + RatDissociated Horse + Rat, medium sized pieces!
Cat Balloons (version 2)Revisit on a flash piece from a couple years ago!Smallish piece (6") would look good on an arm, leg, or wherever!
Chrysanthemum RiderRat riding a floating chrysanthemumSmallish piece (6")
FloatingHeart BirdSmall-medium sized illustration (7")
Jackalope and SerpentRevisiting an old concept from my FIRST year of tattooing in 2012.Medium-large piece! Would look good on a thigh, stomach, chest, back.
Leezard FriendMedium sized piece, would look good on a leg or arm!
Casually AwayDissociating raccoon illustrationMedium-Large sized piece! Would look good on an arm, leg, back.
Rat OfferingsInspired by jewelry work of Enyo (@bonesteeth)Small-medium sized piece (7x3") would look good on an arm, leg, or back (no ribs/sides for this one!)
RatSnake StruggleIllustration of a snake and rat depicting the urge of lashing out from within and the struggle of breaking that harmful cycle.Medium-large piece! Would look good on a stomach, chest, back, or thigh.
Windows of HopeThese designs came out at a time when I was struggling with depression. Smaller pieces (4" minimum), text optional!
Mushroom HomeMushroom home, inspired by my search and desire for homebase.Small piece 4x2"
Mushroom Home (Deluxe)Large! 600$ minimum at smallest size
Mushroom ColonyMushroom colony house, inspired by my search and desire for homebase.Medium design, about 5"
Cat Mouse CycleLarge piece, 8" in diameter, would be great on center upper back or thigh/butt/hip.
Stringlight Bird (dark skin only)Looking to do this bird 8-10" on darker skin tone, someone who would be open to experimenting with white ink on their skin (for the light bulbs). Would look great on an upper back, shoulder-chest/torso, stomach, thigh.
CocklightLarge 14" piece! Two sittings! Upper arm, thigh, or side/stomach-ribs placement only.
Egg FlowersNOT a pair! 10x3" pieces!
Moon and SunLarge piece, about 9"I'd like to adjust the face of the sun in the actual tattoo, not completely happy with it in the design, but conceptually I like it a lot.
Donuts Donuts Donutscat donut (inspired by actual donut from Japan), campfire donut, tooth donut, mushroom donut. Small 4" pieces!
Twin Fox MasksGemini-sun inspired twin design.Small piece, 5x3"
SirenMedium 6-8" piece!
Kingkiller/Name of the Wind InspiredThe Kingkiller chronicles/Name of the Wind inspired Flash sheet!My interpretation of:-talent pipes (4x3")-travel sack (4x3")-Kvothe's handheld sympathy lamp (5x4")-Kvothe's broken lute (8x5")-Don't Take The King's Coin (4")
Silencing Feels Like..Prefer text be included, but can be excluded!Medium sized 6x5"
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