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Since its the year of the dragon and dragons are bad ass lets see some dragons. Dragons you own or dragons you like, Post them up.

I own these two. Thigh piece is from Shige, Yellow Blaze Japan and the dragon and sword is from Dean Sacred, Sacred Tattoo New Zealand.

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Lately been trippin on Greg Irons throwbacks .First by Josh Arment at Aloha Monkey and the later ,dude can be found in the vicinity of the infamous Spotlight snake sign ask for Grant Cobb.

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@Hands On Thanks, I had a bad accident with my mac book pro, the screen and screen assembly broke, I had all the photos from this last go at it on here, and after dumping too much into a macbook, I ended up trusting this apple service shop and had them replace the broken pieces on the pro... and finally I got it back, and it's been too liong since I did a photo dump and proper updates, so as I go thru stuff, I will be posting up, this site needs more content... I figured it's the least I could do... Besides Lochlan and Scott are good dudes, it'd be cool to see it do well.

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@Hands On this site needs more content... I figured it's the least I could do... Besides Lochlan and Scott are good dudes, it'd be cool to see it do well.

This. I've got a bunch of flicks I've been swiping from the interwebs, I just am currently on a really crappy internet connection so once I've got that sorted it's on.

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ha! you got it @hogg!

training wing chun & shaolin kung fu since 2005

bong sau means wing arm...and since i have a crane sleeve, seems fitting ;)

Very nice! I trained hung ga for 8 years.

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This one has been posted here before but damnnn, this is so good. Mike Roper

Mike Roper does the SICKEST dragons I swear. He just started a leg piece on the artist who does all my tattoos and I'm totally going to have him do my torso when I get back to the states. That and Isaac Fainkujen to do a girl with a panther head on my thigh lol.

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I'm planning on getting a dragon tattoo this year. I've gone through some personal struggles this year and come out better for it. So I think the symbolism of the dragon would be fitting. This will be my first tattoo so I have been reading this board for a while (I was refereed here by cfgsteak) doing some research. I am very unsure who to trust to do this in my area. I'd hate to have one of the many first tattoo misshapes that seem to be so common. I like to find someone near Toledo but I'm more than willing to travel who could do a Japanese style dragon on my upper shoulder and pec. I would want someone who could draw an original piece for me. Thanks guys!

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