I'm to high for this...
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High times cup 2013. The first legal cup in the United States. Dabbing out of Mageeedo’s Kurt B honey bear. I also had the pleasure of going to Illusionz and checking out all the amazing functional glass art that they had in their gallery. I couldn’t be more blessed. New beginnings w a BANG!
This is one of the hardest lessons I have learned when it come to ink and skin.
I put far to much trust into an artist that managed to really screw-up my shoulder.. making mistakes in color ( ie: making the sky green?). Creating no flow in the piece and just flat mashup of color.. I was very upset waking up with anxiety attacks; not wanting to wear tank tops or dresses showing off the horribly composited and shaded tattoo.. I even thought about TATTOO ABORTION.
A month later I put trust into another artist who as able to correct the mistakes made be the previous artist as well as smooth out the shading and add definition and depth. He tried to create more flow by changing some of the coloration in the flowers. I look in the mirror and today I have learned to love my tattoo and embrace the mistakes I made with poor planning. There are parts of the tattoo that we just COULDN’T change but at least we made the best of it =]
I feel bad, almost as if im insulting the first artist by having his work fixed without giving him a chance. But I feel like you made a mistake on me once why would I allow it to happen again!
Thank you spiffy for fixing up my piece. Originally done by Speedy
Rising in the dark hours before dawn, wandering Venus now shines as the brilliant morning star.
Its close conjunction with the Moon on August 13 was appreciated around planet Earth. But skygazers in eastern Asia were also treated to a lunar occultation, the waning crescent Moon passing directly in front of the bright planet in still dark skies.
This composite image constructed from frames made at 10 minute intervals follows the celestial performance from above the city lights and clouds over Taebaek, Korea. The occultation begins near the horizon and progresses as the pair rises. Venus first disappears behind the Moon’s sunlit crescent, emerging before dawn from the dark lunar limb.