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I need help finding the original pieces, if someone can post the link of the original image.. would be greatly appreciated!

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4 hours ago, bongsau said:

but i think this is the original image you are looking for

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I recently read about this white tiger,. His name is Kenny and he's an inbred, he also has an inbred brother called Willie.

 

Search for Kenny the inbred, its a good read if you are interested in animal rescue etc.

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When I first read this thread, my initial thought was "how doucehy to copy someone else's tattoo that way." Then I realized you weren't the first... and now I think it's even worse.

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If you want that tattoo, that's your business. But as you can see from the above photos -- finding the original artwork is far less important that finding an artist who can properly pull it off. Some of the above are really bad.

 

 

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On 03/10/2016 at 8:13 PM, otisc said:

When I first read this thread, my initial thought was "how doucehy to copy someone else's tattoo that way." Then I realized you weren't the first... and now I think it's even worse.

3311b606e5da3d870db3ca67b4988b14.jpg

tiger_head_tattoo_on_the_arm.jpg.pagespe

Arm-Tiger-Eyes-tattoo-by-Agat-Artemji.jp

Tiger-Eyes-Tattoo-by-Maksims-Zotovs-728x

1tiger-eyes-on-forearm-tattoo-eric-marti

mens-forearms-cool-tiger-eyes-tattoo.jpg

tiger-forearm-blue-eyes.jpg

tiger-forearm-tattoo-best-tattoo-ideas-a

tiger-tattoos-4.jpg

marvelous_tiger_eyes_tattoo_on_arm.jpg

tiger-forearm-tattoo-best-tattoo-ideas-a

tattoo1.jpg?w=723&h=390

?format=1500w

12407568_1019165558126394_268408053_n.jp

If you want that tattoo, that's your business. But as you can see from the above photos -- finding the original artwork is far less important that finding an artist who can properly pull it off. Some of the above are really bad.

 

 

Thanks for the help!

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