I used to do a lot of realism, and realistic based art. These days I found myself doing more and more simplistic, creative, stylized art. It's so easy to look at something and draw it. That's the most common form of art. It takes a lot of talent to create, to genuinely create, with no inspiration but your own mind.
I love my tattoos. Often they don't develop a big significance until after they're done. I always get them because they are things I like, or had a big role in my childhood. Then I find some underlining meaning I can carry with me though out my whole life.
Although if the way I think changes, or my beliefs change, the significance of my tattoos will change too. They aren't a permanent memory. They go where I go. They become a part of me, not a part of my past. A picture is worth a thousand words. Not all those words come to you at once. Tattoos are an ever changing art, they shouldn't be limited by a single thought."