Shoot First

My new tattoo. By Blake Brand, Polished Tattooing, San Jose, CA.

 

blaster

 

If you don’t get it, google “dl-44 heavy blaster” and “han shot first

 

 

 

Edit: it’s kind of amazing, this pic got picked up on fytattoos.com, and yet I got only ONE comment. almost 800 likes and reblogs on fytattoos, you’d think SOMEONE would say hi here.

I guess anything more complicated than a ‘like’ is a think of the past. I guess I better look for a ‘like’ plugin for WP. B^)

MT Maloney new website

My buddy MT Maloney just updated his web site. He’s done a fine job – looks great, easy to navigate, and best of all NO FUCKING FLASH! Go check it out: http://www.mtmaloney.com Buy something from him. His work is original, creative, and completely cool. His ‘little voodoo‘ is one of my favorite skull rings, one […]

My buddy MT Maloney just updated his web site.


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He’s done a fine job – looks great, easy to navigate, and best of all NO FUCKING FLASH!

Go check it out:

http://www.mtmaloney.com

Buy something from him. His work is original, creative, and completely cool. His ‘little voodoo‘ is one of my favorite skull rings, one of the few I wear every single day. I’m also completely in love his his Max Fleischer-inspired ‘mystery cave‘ ring.

Also check out his ‘from the workbench‘ blog, which is awesome.

new toy

I just picked up a new camera and wanted to try a similar self-portrait to this one. I’m still getting to know this camera – it still feels like I’m fighting it. But once I get out and shoot something other than test shots of myself and the bird, that should change quickly. I’m waffling […]

New Toy

I just picked up a new camera and wanted to try a similar self-portrait to this one.

I’m still getting to know this camera – it still feels like I’m fighting it. But once I get out and shoot something other than test shots of myself and the bird, that should change quickly.

I’m waffling about keeping my Lumix. It’s a great camera, and very very portable. And I have some amazing legacy lenses for it. On the other hand, I’ve reached some of it’s limits (particularly with low light, which is a problem because my absolutely favorite shooting is all available-light work, so I need the best possible high-ISO performance).

So we’ll see how this all plays out.