The work on here will be a mishmash of whatever I feel like making at a given time. This may include anything different types of traditional and digital art, comics, or photographs of cakes I decorated. I am inspired by classic Disney, popular culture, and 1940's animation. These themes will be present in the things you see here.
Please bug me to make more art and drawings if you like what you see. And, presumptuous though it may be, if there is anything you wish to have a print of or own, contact me and perhaps we can work out something. If any work is made, derivative of my work, I would love to see it!
peaceroxi asked: Hi, do you know where the "disney-appropriate" places for a tattoo are? I'm planning on possibly working there in the future, either at the parks or as an artist, and I don't want to get turned down because of a tattoo. I had the chart a while ago, but I think I lost it. Any chance you have it? Thanks!
I don’t know what chart you are talking about but Disney doesn’t allow ANY visible tattoos. Get it somewhere that is covered by longer shorts & long sleeves :)
People who have visible tattoos have to keep them covered. I worked in Disney World with a girl who diligently covered her inner forearm tattoos with band-aids everyday. Covering them with make-up or foundation is also an option.
It depends on what you want to be. If your ultimate goal is to be “Face Character” I don’t think you can have any tattoos at all; Jasmine and Ariel have bare midriffs, you are not allowed to cover them with make-up. If you want to be a lifeguard, you might be limited to areas of your torso.
I have been in a few Disneyland and Disney World job interviews and they frame the question, “Can you wear a tank top and shorts with no visible tattoos?” Supposedly, they are willing to accept people with tattoos, however, they would have to put you in a covering costume (most of them do have sleeves and long pant options). That said, I don’t know if they have a plethora of applicants, equally qualified, they will pick someone they don’t have to accommodate.