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post #1 of 98 (permalink) Old 05-24-2010, 09:13 PM Thread Starter
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Let's see your tattoos

I need inspiration for a tat.

Post what you guys have or pics of cool ones.

I wouldn't get full torso like pic below, but I totally dig the chest/shoulder part.
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tribal is dated in my opinion, have a custom piece with some meaning to it and don't forget placement!!!! What your body looks like now is not always the same 5-10-25 years from now and carrer thoughts in mind as well, just a thought for placement.
I had my kids names done in Chinese characters and was going to incorporate it into a large piece just got side tracked, and put on hold.

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tribal is dated in my opinion, have a custom piece with some meaning to it and don't forget placement!!!! What your body looks like now is not always the same 5-10-25 years from now and carrer thoughts in mind as well, just a thought for placement.
I had my kids names done in Chinese characters and was going to incorporate it into a large piece just got side tracked, and put on hold.

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Never been into them. I guess when you are young, tattos look good, but then when you get old.....

I would totally be all over that



And I think he got the butterfly just to fuck with people.
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I want a couple of tatoos pretty badly.

Mine would cost too much though since I would want a completely custom tat. My idea was always to have a dragon on my left shoulder-arm holding a scroll with my Korean name on it. And on my right side, I want a lion in front of my name in English, Leo.

No colors though. Maybe a some outlines here and there in color, but that's it. I never been a fan of full color tats.

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I want a couple of tatoos pretty badly.

Mine would cost too much though since I would want a completely custom tat. My idea was always to have a dragon on my left shoulder-arm holding a scroll with my Korean name on it. And on my right side, I want a lion in front of my name in English, Leo.

No colors though. Maybe a some outlines here and there in color, but that's it. I never been a fan of full color tats.
Ive got a heap of colour tattoos (chest and half sleeve), they look good on me because I have pretty white skin, colour tattoos look bad on people with dark skin because the colour of the skin makes the colour come off dull where as my colours look like they were done with a highlighter texta lol.
Black and grey really suits dark skin and as a bonus its really cheap compared to full colour tattoo as they move so fast and its a lot less painful as you spend less time under the needle.
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I'll throw mine up here:
*Note: I keep mine all where I can hide them. Thank you, corporate America, for being so close-minded.


Lower back (not a f*cking tramp stamp! Thank-you-very-much) Drew it up myself.


Ankle:


Foot, since I'm a snow-aholic:


Inner left bicep (I've had 2 Scion xDs - both totaled - the filigree matched my body vinyls, except my vinyls were actually brushed silver & light yellow):




More on the way!!! I'm overdue to get some new ink!

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fredericp - that tribal is off the hook! Love it!!!
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Haha loving the Scion tat!!

The tribal does indeed look very badass, but I don't know if I can take the plunge into something so bold. I wish there was a way to ''test the waters''. Magic marker lol?
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Let's hear some thoughts on this one.

(sry 'bout size, not too tech savy :P )
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