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post #316 of 392
Pinup girl on back of my bicep..


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post #317 of 392
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Originally Posted by Goblin View Post

dron, one of my friends used to manage gaijin houses in Japan and had several traditional Japanese pieces. Unfortunately, he died just before Christmas in a motorcycle accident in Thailand, so he's not around for me to ask him. frown.gif
Wow. So sorry to hear about that.
post #318 of 392
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post

Holy shit, that looks painful. You've got some great looking tattoos btw..

Thanks, I like your new pinup. I'm a big fan of both Sailor Jerry and pinups in general.
post #319 of 392
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Wow. So sorry to hear about that.
Yeah, sucked balls. He was only two years older than me, had a beautiful wife and a kid who idolized him, had his shit together, basically said fuck the legal profession and moved to Thailand to help his buddy with a diving business. One of those deaths where you're like "wow, there are so many people that should have happened to instead."
post #320 of 392
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

First part of this finished last night...

Who's your artist, R?

And when're you getting your Man City Champions League winner tattoo?

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post #321 of 392

Mozart fan/enthusiast checking in...Got this done a few years ago by artist Joshua Carlton at his old shop in Shelbyville, IN. He has since relocated to Oregon so I hope I don't need any touch-ups in the near future!

 

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Edited by mbalser - 3/14/12 at 11:30am
post #322 of 392
Set up an appt with Grez at Kings Avenue Tattoo....in September censored.gif
post #323 of 392
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Originally Posted by dron View Post

That's the way to do it. I have always thought that if you're not old enough to remove your tat this way then you're not old enough to hve your wifes name tattooed on you.
On an other note. Could someone recommend me a good artist in Tokyo? I am looking for something clearly japanese, but not necessarily traditional japanese.

I can absolutely recommend Horizaru Tattoo in Tokyo, I paid him a visit when I was there about 18 months ago. Very nice guy (doesn't speak much english, but enough to work out what you want to get!) and an amazing artist.

Check out his stuff here: http://www.horizaru.com/en/tattoo/

My tattoo is the blue peony on the third line of photos on that first page
post #324 of 392
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

Who's your artist, R?
And when're you getting your Man City Champions League winner tattoo?
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LOL at that guy.

My artists is a local guy, Peter Cavorsi. His facbook page has lots of his work, Body Art Studios.
post #325 of 392
Finally got around to covering up a black and grey piece I just never really liked. Good job considering the piece he was covering. Excuse the irritated skin from where I took the bandage off:

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post #326 of 392
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Who needs lasers when you have razors? icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

WOWW... Props to you sir!
post #327 of 392
^ I only saw this last post and thought that someone had somehow tattooed "Christine" on a chicken bone.
post #328 of 392
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post

Finally got around to covering up a black and grey piece I just never really liked. Good job considering the piece he was covering. Excuse the irritated skin from where I took the bandage off:
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Looks good G, reminds me a bit of my grandfather's ink (WW2 USNavy Anchor and Eagle) however yours is much more detailed...did you serve?
post #329 of 392
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post

Finally got around to covering up a black and grey piece I just never really liked. Good job considering the piece he was covering. Excuse the irritated skin from where I took the bandage off:
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Looks good G, reminds me a bit of my grandfather's ink (WW2 USNavy Anchor and Eagle) however yours is much more detailed...did you serve?

Thanks man, that's a real compliment! Didn't serve, but if I had, there would have been a USN in block letters off to the side of the eagle's head.
post #330 of 392
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post

Thanks man, that's a real compliment! Didn't serve, but if I had, there would have been a USN in block letters off to the side of the eagle's head.

It is cool man. I look at those guys with such admiration, even more than I have for the soldiers today (and I have lots for them too). I feel that generation, the Greatest Generation, had to suffer in silence. They served in a time where the horrors of war were just as aweful as they are now, but had to return with a stoic silence that I know ate away at my maternal grandfather's heart. My paternal grandfather, the one who had ink like yours, had ice running through his veins...was a uscle man/gangster in Williamsburg before the war, left that life to serve his country....incredible
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