Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Episode 7)

 My Review of last week's episode of Inkmaster over at TAM.
Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Episode 7): By Victor Farinelli  A long time ago in, in a galaxy far, far away… a girl needed lithium. Sarah Miller needs some serious medication. One minute, she is bouncing off the walls she is so excited, the next she is about to kill herself. She displayed this so well in this episode: The Star Wars [read the rest over at TAM]

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Ink Master Review Episode 6

Here is my post over at the Tattoo Artist Magazine Blog:
Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Episode 6): By Victor Farinelli  Let’s celebrate the land of the free, home of the brave with GUNS! Sorta like banjos, only different. Episode VI was “all about attention to detail,” Dave Navarro emphasized. For the flash challenge, the contestants had to carve an image into the stock of a gun. Guns owned by real, meat-eating, beer-bellied, [...] Read the rest at TAM

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Ink Master Review (Episode 5) [Tattoos]

Here is my Ink Master Remaster recap over at TAM.

Victor Farinelli: Ink Master Review (Episode 5): By Victor Farinelli  Before I get started on the recap, I want to rattle some cages. There is some gab on the inter-webs about the contestants on Ink Master “stealing” tattoos from other artists. Don’t know if it is true or not, but some interesting tidbit came to my awareness that is kinda funny. Not [continue reading at TAM]

Saturday, November 3, 2012

The Doctor...

The Mrs. and I made a Dr. Who quilt some friends of ours up in live deep in the frostbitten Pennsylvania Woods...well not really in the woods...more like Harrisburg.  The Mrs. did the piecing and I did the quilting.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Nevermore Quilt

Just finished this little wall hanging/lap quilt.  I did my version of a wonky block. The fabric is the Nevermore collection from Michael Miller.  I am super happy with the way it came out.

Finished Size: 38" x 38"

Doing this quilt reminded me of an Eagle Twin Song: