interview

Visual description of myself and what Im up to regarding drawing etc.

Images collected and given.

If you see boobs its probably because I draw a lot of ladies naked, and I use these pics to draw from.

If you see an image which is not attributed correctly (a lot won't be since I have collected a load of images over time) please please tell me and I will attribute correctly, or remove the image as you wish.

NOTE FOR TATTOO ARTISTS: the Images of tattoo's are for reference only and even the crap ones have some point of interest for me. Please be assured I do not, and will never copy your work.
ofpaperandponies:

capntrips:

biomedicalephemera:

Rodentia. Capybaras are the largest extant rodents, and live throughout the forested and swampy parts of South America. They love water, and the name “capybara” comes from the Paraguayan Guarani word Kapiÿva, meaning “Master of the Grasses”. 
The Handy Natural History. Ernest Protheroe, 1910.

 Rabbits/hares are no longer considered to be rodents, they are now considered lagomorphs.

Very good point. I meant to bring that up when I saw the plate only labeled as “Rodentia”, but got caught up in the capybara being the grass-master. Lagomorphs were considered to be a superfamily of the Rodentia order since ~1855 (defined by Brandt), but since the early 20th century, have been considered an order of their own.
Fun fact: one of the primary differentiations between rodents and lagomorphs is that rodents have a baculum (penis bone), while lagomorphs do not.

ofpaperandponies:

capntrips:

biomedicalephemera:

Rodentia. Capybaras are the largest extant rodents, and live throughout the forested and swampy parts of South America. They love water, and the name “capybara” comes from the Paraguayan Guarani word Kapiÿva, meaning “Master of the Grasses”. 

The Handy Natural History. Ernest Protheroe, 1910.

 Rabbits/hares are no longer considered to be rodents, they are now considered lagomorphs.

Very good point. I meant to bring that up when I saw the plate only labeled as “Rodentia”, but got caught up in the capybara being the grass-master. Lagomorphs were considered to be a superfamily of the Rodentia order since ~1855 (defined by Brandt), but since the early 20th century, have been considered an order of their own.

Fun fact: one of the primary differentiations between rodents and lagomorphs is that rodents have a baculum (penis bone), while lagomorphs do not.

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Peter Aurisch is a tattoo artist based in Berlin, Germany.

OP son! Look at them notes! Back when I used to actually take the time to put together photo-sets and upload… you know, actually creating content on the website that is more than just photos I take on my phone. 

(Source: demolegocity, via stretchedwithtattoos)