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Old 01-16-2012, 10:02 PM   #31
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can not stress this enough to anyone who has never gotten a tattoo before. make sure you do your homework, and find a good artist, not just a tattoo artist. you want to find a shop that has artwork out but doesn't just tattoo stencils. most places with really good artists working there don't have 1000 tattoo's you can browes through and pick one. you want to find someone that will take the design you are thinking of and turn it into a tattoo. that way you don't end up with the same tattoo a ton of other people have.
My friend got the Salvation Army logo on her arm when she was younger (she's a Salvationist) and she absolutely hates it. It looks like a prison tattoo, the lines are uneven in some places, (some too thin, some too thick) although you really can't tell the poor quality of it until you look at it up close. But she got it right on her upper arm meaning when we go out to the club or the bar she has to wear shirts with sleeves or else she gets self conscious because she's got a church logo on her arm and feels like she has a standard to uphold.

Oy.

She uses a balm of some sort to try to lighten it up but its so big nothing's gonna fix that except getting it removed.
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Old 01-16-2012, 10:16 PM   #32
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This guy sounds legit:

Willing to trade tattoo work for ATV
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Old 02-13-2012, 06:59 PM   #33
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Old 02-13-2012, 07:40 PM   #34
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Old 02-13-2012, 10:19 PM   #36
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Old 02-14-2012, 05:49 PM   #37
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A day later, the gold trim is showing more
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I was going to say, you can see the gold trim in that newer picture even more. It's a nice job man.
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I'm kinda worried about the pain involved. I'm such a wimp.
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I was going to say, you can see the gold trim in that newer picture even more. It's a nice job man.
Thanks Mooby, I wanted the R instead I just love that logo. Not bad price either just $150
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Old 02-14-2012, 09:52 PM   #41
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I'm kinda worried about the pain involved. I'm such a wimp.
It's actually not that bad, I was worried also but once he started it was easy.. in fact I can see how they get addicting
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Old 02-15-2012, 06:06 AM   #42
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I'm kinda worried about the pain involved. I'm such a wimp.
That all depends on where you get it. Using the logic from mine (where they spent about 4 hours working on the top of my shoulder blade) I would assume anywhere they do it where you have no flesh and it's all bone underneath, well that will definitely suck. Biceps is pretty easy though, because you have a lot of flesh that absorbs the pain, if you will. I've talked to enough people to know that getting one done on your ribcage definitely hurts too. That's all I can think of right now. My bro has a couple, one on his left chest, and one on his upper right back area (both pretty small) and he says the one on his chest hurt.
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That all depends on where you get it. Using the logic from mine (where they spent about 4 hours working on the top of my shoulder blade) I would assume anywhere they do it where you have no flesh and it's all bone underneath, well that will definitely suck. Biceps is pretty easy though, because you have a lot of flesh that absorbs the pain, if you will. I've talked to enough people to know that getting one done on your ribcage definitely hurts too. That's all I can think of right now. My bro has a couple, one on his left chest, and one on his upper right back area (both pretty small) and he says the one on his chest hurt.

I think it really depends on the number of nerve endings in a given area vs. just being close to bone. Bone in itself has no nerves. For example a really flesh part of your body that hurts like hell if you pinch it is the flesh on the back of your arm near your triceps.
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I think it really depends on the number of nerve endings in a given area vs. just being close to bone. Bone in itself has no nerves. For example a really flesh part of your body that hurts like hell if you pinch it is the flesh on the back of your arm near your triceps.
/I'm not a doctor, but I did stay at a motel 6 once.

Seriously though I'm not a doc by any stretch, so this is all based on ideas and opinions, not facts. Alls I know is it hurt like hell when that needle was digging into what felt like the bone at the top of my shoulder. The rest is just opinions. I'm sure with every person it's different, based on a lot of different factors.
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Nice work skinsfaninok!



I finally got a Redskins tat over the weekend. It's still pretty raw right now but it should look pretty cool once it heals.





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