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Hemmel

One little old stupid tattoo and one new larger awesome tattoo

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Hello,

I'm new here and just got my newest tattoo less than a week ago. My little tattoo I plan on getting covered with an ankle to knee piece someday. My new one is a larger shoulder piece. Quarter sleeve? Maybe not... but I love it. It is based on a quilting motif but I don't think you can tell unless you're a quilter. I'm here because I think I'm addicted so I should make friends with like minded people :)

also, I'm a huge dork. I am neither bad ass nor cool but I'm still loving getting tattooed.

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30 minutes ago, Hemmel said:

So I’m kind of scared to post a pic of my newest tattoo. I LOVE it and don’t want to love it any less if people here think it is crappy or something. 

we are not a bunch of mean ogres !  

if you like it then wear it proudly and let's see it ! 

and welcome,

sit down and stay a while :)

besides ! we are more like this happy ogre !! >

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Nothing to worry about here.  I just joined recently and everyone has been friendly and helpful.

I too consider myself a member in good standing of the dorkhood and only have one tattoo that I got last August and the outline on a Asian half sleeve.  I started late in life, so got some catching up to do.

Post some pics... it'll be fine :13_upside_down:

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46 minutes ago, Dan said:

we are not a bunch of mean ogres !  

if you like it then wear it proudly and let's see it ! 

and welcome,

sit down and stay a while :)

besides ! we are more like this happy ogre !! >

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Well l like ogres. Mean or nice lol. I'll post pics. Thank you for being so welcoming!

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Thanks! I do love it! And I'm lucky because this is not at all how I pictured the end result. I obsessively researched the artist though and trusted him to do his  thing. I'm glad I did 

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3 hours ago, Hemmel said:

Thanks! I do love it! And I'm lucky because this is not at all how I pictured the end result. I obsessively researched the artist though and trusted him to do his  thing. I'm glad I did 

 

5 hours ago, Hemmel said:

Here is my new one. I love it. 

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looks pretty cool to me.

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