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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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What was the before tattoo?
post #332 of 392
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What was the before tattoo?

There's a scorpion hidden under there.. Don't ask me why I ever got it done, but that's what it was..
post #333 of 392

First tattoo. Boring, but means alot. Being my first, I wanted to go very small/minimal. Planning on getting a bigger piece done below it soon.

 

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post #334 of 392
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Originally Posted by 1234 View Post

First tattoo. Boring, but means alot. Being my first, I wanted to go very small/minimal. Planning on getting a bigger piece done below it soon.

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Nice and clean. What you are doing makes a lot more sense than the 21 year old hipsters walking into a tattoo shop and asking for a full sleeve in one sitting. That sort of misses the point about what tattoing is about, at least in my mind.
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post #336 of 392
Thanks, I was really pleased with it. I had seen a lot of work by the artist, and asked if he used special ink, because his colors are so vibrant. "It's the wizard, not the wand," he says.
post #337 of 392
Here are the first two sittings of my first work being done. I have another month and a half before my next sitting unless he has something open up prior. I'm very anxious to get this completed to be honest as it has exceeded my expectations so far. I designed it, and had my artist give me his version of my artwork. This is what we've come up with:

First sitting.


Second sitting.
post #338 of 392


My newest piece (2.5 months old - this is from when it was new).
Family history of heart disease . . . . .
Really happy with this piece.
post #339 of 392
Nice. Bet that hurt like fuck..
post #340 of 392
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Looks great Gnatty. Forearm?
post #341 of 392
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I usually don't like many tattoos, but this one looks awesome.
post #342 of 392
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Originally Posted by Texastyle View Post

I usually don't like many tattoos, but this one looks awesome.

you're from Texas, of course you'd like it..
post #343 of 392
Latest addition:
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Carmine Crocco, Basilicata Mountain, Bourbon Shield, 1860's Briganti Musket, and Cornuto. Pretty stoked.

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First time with this guy, an old friend from high school who works out of Elizabeth, NJ. Will post a few more once its healed a bit.
post #344 of 392
Lucky 13

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Traditional religious piece. Seven stars.


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