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I have some total blackout goggles so safe as houses.
You should make sure you get it treated in the winter so your skin is a pale as it gets.
Thanks for the info:D I’m gonna get it done!
I’m planning to remove this one & one more on my head. Mistakes from my past lol just worries me on how close it is to my eyeball.
The best part about those hand pieces are that they’re cover ups. They both had multi sittings to finally get them to cover, I’m very happy with them. I’ll be sure to get up some new pics soon.
Thanks for all the compliments. I have two more sittings on my bio mechanical sleeve on my left arm & my right arm sleeve was just completed 100% just gotta have the mrs take some high res shots.
Thanks, my cousin want to re-shade it & do some general touch ups & extend it down onto my butt which I’m not looking forward to:(
nice work, can’t go wrong with candy.
I’ve covered up worse with bio-mechanical.
I only did my hands when I ran out of room on my arms & made sure I had a secure job first
Anywhere on the hands, head, face, neck is going to get you alot of attention when out in public, but lately for me it’s not much of a problem. It seems it’s becoming a bit more normal to see these done. Though, I feel a stigma will always be attached to it.
and that fresh ink or whatever it is looks sweet, is this healed or “fresh”
Got it, you can see where my mind is at:D
Nice tattoo, no offense but is it a bio mechanical vagina? Either way I like it:D
Guy atchison put out a book of his bio-mechanical artwork. It has alot of different styles of his bio=mechanical artwork. I picked it up at a tattoo convention, but I’m sure you could find it online somewhere?
Nope it’s not my actual dog, but it’s a tattoo to symbolize “Gracie” jiu-jitsu & my commitment to the art.My school symbol is on the collar. Me & the wife have two tiny cairn terriers, I do <3 them, but I won't be inking them on me anytime soon:D