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Thanks all. The artist is Mike Parsons of mikeparsonsink.com. The item above the artichoke is garlic cloves falling from a single piece….
Yup, Mushrooms are a big part of my diet. Unfortunately, where I live, these particulars are rare (morels don’t even exist) due to the climate, I used to love them when I was in the Carolinas… @Call_me_Lola 142153 wrote:
I HATE mushrooms. Blecht. The smell. The taste. Mostly the texture.
But that is a pretty sweet addition to your food tattoos. (I bet you like mushrooms :p)
Thanks All:D Also have this Ribeye loin on my shoulder. Had to have some meat;)
I cant keep my eyes off it! The coloring and concept are badass!
@peterpoose 141831 wrote:
They look great mate, why the vegetables?
Thanks. I am a chef. I have worked with food all of my life and am passionate about crop and seafood sustainability and supporting local farmers to maintain the ingredients (seeds and heirloom vegetables) that might not be around in the future.
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I concur…looks one dimensional, but the good news is it is too soon to totally tell. the shading concept may be the downfall, but it will lighten. Good luck and keep us posted:)
@Sam-I-Am 141126 wrote:
Don’t worry about rating them.
1) You knew they were bad when you stopped in at this forum.
2) Our opinions concur with yours.
3) You will have them until they are fixed.
4) Hold your head up knowing that you have resolved to correct the situation.
Keep us posted.
I agree, It seems like you are digging for exactly how “bad” they are. Dude, stop beating yourself up about it, All the advice in this thread is solid, Make a long and short term plan making sure they coincide. The fact that you have looked for advice is enough to tell you its time for a change:) Having a goal that requires financial gain to achieve is a very healthy motivator:rolleyes: I have a lot of “toys” that I have worked hard for and am proud of them as accomplishments that I alone achieved. There is great solace in even the littlest of wins when something is getting you down.
Good luck and keep us posted:cool:
Wow, really beautiful! Great choice of colors:)
Man your getting me hungry! The bicep area is a cover-up of a 20+ year old Celtic armband that had dark lines and heavy shading, We are using the leaves of the radish and the rainbow chard to cover it, no small task. Can’t wait for the Steak and Cleaver to be done……….