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I am thinking of getting a Reaper on my inner bicep. I really like this style by Simon Erl.

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I won't get an exact copy unless I find the right flash. I am not sure if I want it all black or maybe some color. Can you people show me some of your Reapers for inspiration and any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Ohhhh yeah, I forgot about that! I used to be a huge Harry Potter nerd, so I'm kinda ashamed that I didn't remember that part of the story. I used to re-read the books at least once a year, and I've seen the earlier movies a bunch of times. But when the last book, and then the last movie, came out, I just read/watched it once and I was done with it. I guess because it was just so final.

But yeah, that could be great inspiration for a reaper tattoo! I like how you can see his vertebrae sticking out the back of his cloak like spikes.

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I am thinking of getting a Reaper on my inner bicep. I really like this style by Simon Erl.

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I'm not so into reapers, but I like this one. Almost looks like he's smiling a bit - not evilly but a bit of fun. If I got one it would look like this.

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