I have so many friends requesting that I draw on them now and so little free time to do so. They shall wait till I can. I did this on my friend Tuesday I think. And then we proceeded to change roles as each other. [we even traded jackets and fooled a few people...haha my friends are the best.]
I like making feathery and lacey designs so this one came out nicely pretty quickly tbh. I really wish sharpie,or something else would last longer. [thanks everyone for the advice, I might try henna if I can get my hands on it! Though I'm obviously not ready to ink people up permanently yet. [is that even legal? I'm 16, I can't even get a tattoo I don't think Id be able to give them...] I tried to take several photos and combine the views together to make up for the lack of quality. :c I don't carry a camera with me, spare my ipod...sorry. Maybe one day I'll get a good one. C:
Anywho I might do a few more of these when I can. I do have a question for you all, I had my art class again today and we did figure drawing with a older male model. I out of the gestures and long poses liked one of the turn outs of the 20 min long poses and I was thinking about sharing it. Anyone want to see it? I'll be sure to have a filter on it. [even though it's just th backside, dw. not as gross as it sounds ok]
Please do not use or repost anywhere or in anyway without asking and receiving my permission. c':
sorry but just so we are all on right page here, the most common inks used in pens are nontoxic. Ink made for commercial printing can be toxic but anything you're gonna get in the store doesn't do much.
At that fact she could colour herself silly and be fine.
At that she could probably lace up her body for a week and be fine.
I don't personally think it's gross. I was just saying that because that's what a lot of the younger viewers here would think, even though it's not even really revealing. And people can find it gross, plenty of people do despite the fact that it's just the simplicity of the human body. It's just a matter of opinion, really.
There is a henna pavilion at the Renaissance Faire near me, they are jam packed 12 hours/3 days/12 weekends a year. The Faire is open even longer in the southern states and the most successful vendors travel back and forth. If you could learn how to work with it you make a killing in a venue like that.
You see, whenever I do that to my hand, people just think it's weird. No one ever likes it but it's always decent. I don't suck like you might think. It looks almost identical to this but people seem to hate it.
what you could do, since it sounds like people are asking for tattoos from you, is just draw the tattoo art. They'd pay you for it, but then they'd take it to a tattoo person and they'd get it inked in a shop c:
Also, henna is REALLY fun, though it takes practice to make. Also you have to be careful where you buy it from... a lot of in-store henna powders have a chemical or something like that in them that makes them darken easier, but it's really not healthy for your skin. The best way to make it is to buy it from someone and make the paste yourself. It does take some practice to make the paste have the correct thickness, but once you get it it's pretty dang easy and its a lot of fun c:
I have a friend who does this kind of stuff for a living (I do it just for fun), if that makes any of that information above more reliable haha.
Oh, wow, this is really cool! I have a friend of mine that I love having draw on me as well - there's a design on my hand now. This is pretty amazing! Keep up the fantastic work - I'm sure you'd be an amazing tattoo artist.