Power Supplies: This week for my personal learning project it was time to get a little more hands on. I got my first tattoo machine from Tyler. It is one of his old ones but it will do me just fine. I don’t have the refined skills it takes to notice the difference in machine … More I Supply the Art Work the Internet Supplies the Power…eventually.
This post is a joint blog written by myself and Maria Brockman, it also appears on her blog. Taking the role of an educator and a concerned parent we look at the fears, and the benefits of blogging in today’s classroom. We have included links to several great educational blogs. Thanks for reading!
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Here is video #4 for ECMP355. Curious about Digital Citizenship? Check it out: Links to video content: Digital Citizenship.net Digital Citizenship.net: The Nine Elements List Mike Ribble photo courtesy of: Mike Ribble’s Edtwist CBC Documentaries: Sext Up Kids The Sextortion of Amanda Todd Brittney Spears Videos: …Baby one more time I’m a Slave 4 U Christina Aguilera … More Digital Citizen Kane…?
This week I went searching for some inspiration!! How do you create tattoo art? What makes tattooists different from artists? How do you find your style? So, like any good research, before you move forward it’s important to look back at what came before you in order to move forward. The Beginnings and the Pioneers of … More Inspirational and Historical Artists (From Sailor Jerry to Nikko Hurtado)
This week I did some reading on the history of the tattoo machine. The modern electric tattoo machine was invented by Samuel O’Reily. It was based on Edison’s invention called th electric pen. The pen was invented as an early way to copy handwritten documents. The original pen was a huge flop but O’Reily (a stick … More The Edison Pen (aka The Tattoo Machine)