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Old 10-17-2007, 03:23 PM   #21 (permalink)
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For sure. I think you told me that awhile ago too, except I'm a 'tard and forgot about it.
could be... it was starting to sound a little familar to me even if I did it's always good to hear it again while your still thinking about it.
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Old 10-17-2007, 03:48 PM   #22 (permalink)
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slaughter any chance of showing us some of ur tatts ?

If not, no worries :]

gotta go buy mince MEAAAT
Well, this picture is from about 1994. I used to re-ink my tattoo once a year just for the hell of it. The chest tattoo is from an old Canadian punk band from the 80s called Death Sentence. Still my favourite punk band even though they only put out two albums. The tattoo's meaning is personal, and means as much today as it did back then. It was inked with a homemade tattoo gun and ink that I got from the slaughterhouse (used for marking the animals for slaughter). Damn good ink.
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Sorry if the above post disgusts people, lol!
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Old 10-17-2007, 03:53 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Sorry if the above post disgusts people, lol!
yeah, i pretty much lost my appetite...
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Old 10-17-2007, 03:59 PM   #25 (permalink)
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yeah, i pretty much lost my appetite...
So I should get a job at Jenny Craig. Bring the problem binge eaters in to a room where I can disrobe and just walk around freely. That should cure their habit quick and I have partied enough to get over the smell of their vomit, lol!
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Old 10-18-2007, 06:22 AM   #26 (permalink)
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was that foto taken in your bed room? get back in yer pen!

the best way of finding a good driller... well the way that worked for me.... was to find a pretty upstanding magazine and then find a featured artist that was close enuff.... that's how i found a fella called Dan Gold. he does good work.

i just take in an idea for what i want, maybe if i have seen fotos or things that inspire a part of the piece, i will take that so he gets the overall picture.... i get him to do a few sketches, nothing too in depth and then i just tell em to work their magic, play to their strengths and trust them to do what they do best.

it is a creative thing and i think it an error to inhibit that. altho having said that.... the last few and the next few are anatomically correct drawings of sharks i have dived with, so not much room for creativity nor colour there!

but Dan will be pleased once i ask him to do in-fill with watery effects etc (just as long as there are no bubbles!) (incidentally, he made his first gun, the needle of which was a guitar string!)
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Old 10-22-2007, 11:56 AM   #27 (permalink)
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my tattoos (i have 7) all mark periods in my life & it being 10+ years now since my first tat, i don't regret a single one.

that being said, i don't think someone should put too much time & thought into the tat they're thinking about getting, because the longer you wait of course you'll come up with a way of changing it...as you yourself have changed since the time of your first initial thought.

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the latest of what i want to get:

a terrapin (turtle) with the world on its back (the earth pictured on it's shell), standing under a jerry (garcia) cresent moon with the spiral light of venus (star). it's a grateful dead thing. and i still need to collaborate with an artist to pull it all together, but it's my latest idea.

i've got lots of ideas, but not so much money
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was that foto taken in your bed room? get back in yer pen!
Considering how hard it was to get out of the pen in the first place? No way!! It's the diaper pad behind me you should be REALLY concerned about, lol!


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but Dan will be pleased once i ask him to do in-fill with watery effects etc (just as long as there are no bubbles!) (incidentally, he made his first gun, the needle of which was a guitar string!)
Yeah, my gun was (actually I still have it) made from a pen tube, metal spoon, Walkman motor, button, eraser, electrical tape, sewing needle, 10 gauge electric guitar string, thread, solder and a power converter. The ink was from the slaughterhouse.
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Yeah, my gun was (actually I still have it) made from a pen tube, metal spoon, Walkman motor, button, eraser, electrical tape, sewing needle, 10 gauge electric guitar string, thread, solder and a power converter. The ink was from the slaughterhouse.
that sounds like something out of a rob zombie movie!!!

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that sounds like something out of a rob zombie movie!!!

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Lol, I almost had the other guys on the killfloor tag me with a tattoo hammer. It basically looks like a hammer with nails sticking out of it in the shape of a "Canada Grade A" meat stamp. It has the Queen's crown in the centre. You just dunk the hammer in a gallon can of black ink and strike the flesh hard. Instant tattoo!! I asked them to nail my arm with it but there was no sure fire way to ensure the tattoo would be perfectly aligned.
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