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A collaboration between myself and the Incredible PAC 23. I never imagined the project coming out this good, but the colors he put on this really blew me away. Hope y'all like! - Dayne

A collaboration between myself and the Incredible PAC 23. I never imagined the project coming out this good, but the colors he put on this really blew me away. Hope y'all like! - Dayne

Recognized as a popular symbolic subject in Japanese tattoos. We talk of its history (with some interesting info), significance & tattoo design inspirations.

Recognized as a popular symbolic subject in Japanese tattoos. We talk of its history (with some interesting info), significance & tattoo design inspirations.

Trying my hand at a black and grey Hannya #Hannya #tattooArt #oriental #tattooflash #drawing #apprentice #apprenticelife #apprenticeart #apprenticetattooist #pencil #artline #youngbloods

Trying my hand at a black and grey Hannya #Hannya #tattooArt #oriental #tattooflash #drawing #apprentice #apprenticelife #apprenticeart #apprenticetattooist #pencil #artline #youngbloods

Samurais - Japão | Samurai - Japan

Samurais - Japão | Samurai - Japan

DIY Wood Stove made from Tire Rims that I use for my cast iron skillet cooking!

DIY Wood Stove made from Tire Rims that I use for my cast iron skillet cooking!

Samurai Seven Virtues of Bushido Original Ink by SamuraiArt

Samurai Seven Virtues of Bushido Original Ink by SamuraiArt

Misc samurai colored sketch

Misc samurai colored sketch

The 'sageo' is the cord used to secure the saya (scabbard) of the katana to the obi (belt) of the samurai. Whenever the sword was utilized for display, presentation, or otherwise removed and placed on a stand, it was a matter of etiquette to tie the sageo in a manner that prevented it from loosely hanging from the saya onto the floor or otherwise. As is common with Japan, this seemingly simple act developed into its own art form.

The 'sageo' is the cord used to secure the saya (scabbard) of the katana to the obi (belt) of the samurai. Whenever the sword was utilized for display, presentation, or otherwise removed and placed on a stand, it was a matter of etiquette to tie the sageo in a manner that prevented it from loosely hanging from the saya onto the floor or otherwise. As is common with Japan, this seemingly simple act developed into its own art form.

black dragon dragon fantasy art

black dragon dragon fantasy art

Katana by artsfeng.com

Katana by artsfeng.com