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Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by jgammel25, Jul 18, 2008.

  1. premo

    premo Senior member

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  2. TRINI

    TRINI Senior member

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    Just got this finished yesterday. Three appt's total, about 12 hours.

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    It's times like this that I'm actually jealous of you white folk.
     
  3. rioni

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    sbbbjm Senior member

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    I prefer marine-inspired tattoos. I'm considering this, what do you think guys?

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    that's as gay as 2 hugging muscle bear mermen.
     
  5. Clyde

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    Just got this finished yesterday. Three appt's total, about 12 hours.

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    That is a really good tattoo. Everything about it.
     
  6. paulvarjak

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    [​IMG]

    This is my most recent tattoo. It's my sixth one and my biggest so far. I've wanted to get a sort of old-school flash tattoo for a while, and this one has a lot of family and personal meaning in it. The swallows are a traditional sailor tattoo, and my grandpa on my mom's side was in the Navy in WW2. Swallows are also known for traveling long distances but always returning to their home, and tradition says if you die swallows will carry your soul to heaven. The banner reads "a stone, a leaf, a door" and is a quote from Look Homeward, Angel by Thomas Wolfe. I'm related to him on my dad's side, and that quote is from a passage all about the past and what has been lost.
     
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    I've been a fan of Hooper's art for some time now. I spoke to him a while back and though I'm not ready to work on a piece his style's been pretty influential on my own ideas. Good stuff.

    My thomas Hooper Piece in progress


    wish i had pics handy

    http://meditationsinatrament.com/201...e-in-progress/
     
  8. FlyingLotus

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  9. single speed

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    Making noise @ the coffee house.
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  10. Nouveau Pauvre

    Nouveau Pauvre Senior member

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    Ink looks good. too bad your outfit is total hipster garbage.
     
  11. West24

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    Ink looks good. too bad your outfit is total hipster garbage.

    hahah.......word
     
  12. single speed

    single speed Senior member

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    Chalk it up to poor choices I guess.
     
  13. West24

    West24 Senior member

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    Chalk it up to poor choices I guess.

    thats what connes mom said.
     
  14. xzacx

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    not finished, but here're my arms. [​IMG]
     
  15. East of Eden

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    Ink looks good. too bad your outfit is total hipster garbage.

    [​IMG] Dam straight.
     
  16. CDN1989

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    Here is a design I was thinking about getting, I like the idea of getting a tattoo, but it has to mean something to me, the only thing that really does at the moment is me being Canadian. I don't want to get some lame leaf or flag or whatever. I thought about getting the coat of arm's or part of it, but it is too detailed for the size and area i want. [​IMG] I'm not native, but when i was younger my parent's worked on a native reserve, so I did live on one. I am torn.
     
  17. willpower

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    Here is a design I was thinking about getting, I like the idea of getting a tattoo, but it has to mean something to me, the only thing that really does at the moment is me being Canadian. I don't want to get some lame leaf or flag or whatever. I thought about getting the coat of arm's or part of it, but it is too detailed for the size and area i want.
    [​IMG]

    I'm not native, but when i was younger my parent's worked on a native reserve, so I did live on one.

    I am torn.


    Why don't you turn it into a sticker/decal and wear it for a while just to see if you'll like it?
     
  18. HEWSINATOR

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    I would assume you area a Canuck's fan...Which is looking okay at the moment, but still a period of hockey left.
     
  19. suited

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    not finished, but here're my arms.

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    Can't imagine too many other ppl have a lunchbox tattooed on their body.
     
  20. dron

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    Hi
    i need advice from the japanese folks on here.
    my wife is half japanese, but born and raised in denmark. she's thinking about getting the nippon sun without the rays tattooed on her underarm, but is worried about how that would be looked upon when we are visiting japan. she's aware that nationalism is a sore point in japan.

    thanks a lot.
     

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