Some of my favorite students are graduating this Friday. I’m going to miss them. Teaching high school students has its challenges, but watching them grow is extremely rewarding. I made my four seniors this year special paintings, so hopefully they’ll remember these years. I’ll remember – I grew as well – for and with them.
Drew the letters, and my baby boy, Nicholas, added his special touch. 🙂
My sister is studying to be a vet; she has always loved animals. I can remember several times, when we were kids, adults telling her that she should become a vet. Now, she’s finally doing it. My sister also loves tattoos – as do I.
Mix those all together – plus the love for four spoiled-rotten domestic fur-kids – and you get animal paw print tattoos. This is her idea – she wrote it out – and I visually translated. I really like them. Hope you enjoy them too!
My sister wanted a new tattoo to dedicate to her animals. I was more than happy to draw them up for her – kudos to the tattoo artist who translated watercolor over to ink! Each paw represents one of her animals with their initial and fur pattern/colors.