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  1. About 36 hours into this. Just finished up the background and going to start working on Fudo next session.
    4 points
  2. Qiriarol

    Black vs colour!

    I prefer colored tattoos. I don't think they're as durable though
    3 points
  3. Dan

    Black vs colour!

    why do you say that color tattoos are not as durable ? if a tattoo is applied properly it doesn't matter if it's black & gray or color, it all lasts the same. I have color tattoos that are brighter and more vibrant than some of my B&G pieces ,and that's after years of healing on all.
    2 points
  4. J298373ohn

    Black vs colour!

    Couldn't agree more with you, bud! Color tattoos are waaay better-lookin. There's just smth about their vibrancy. Black ink has its charm, not gonna lie, but color brings tattoos to life in a whole new way. I guess people who don't enjoy color tattoos simply don't have a good reference. I'll drop the gallery full of color masterpieces in here. Look, aint they sick? https://ink-match.com/gallery/all/all/all/all/colored/all/
    2 points
  5. Syntheticfish

    Heavy scabbing

    To lessen the appearance of rough skin after healing, once the scab has fallen off naturally, use cocoa butter. Putting it on in the morning and at night for the next few months helps your skin stay nourished to return to normal. It was definitely overworked, but scabbing in itself is not a bad thing. Heavy scabbing has a lot to do with how you care for the tattoo in the first 24-48 hours after getting a tattoo.
    1 point
  6. I don't think anyone mentioned this yet... but when you move, the tattoo moves with you, so when you have your arms pulled forward unnaturally like that to look at it you're also pulling the tattoo... the only way to look at a tattoo on the ribs without warping it is to lift your arm 90 degrees to the side and not stretch... when you lift your arm to the front it will always stretch the tattoo... that is the nature of tattoos placed on heavy movement body parts, they will change in appearance as you move and stretch.
    1 point
  7. It was a great show. We were there with a girlfriend at the time and were impressed!
    1 point
  8. Hogrider

    Black vs colour!

    Durability has nothing to do with color vs black and gray. Durability depends on your skin, how you take care of your tattoos (stay out of the sun and moisturize), skill of your tattooer.
    1 point
  9. zomno

    Hey :)

    Hallo Just signed up. Nice geetings from Austria.
    1 point
  10. Dan

    Hey :)

    welcome ! relax and hangout with us.
    1 point
  11. Hogrider

    Black vs colour!

    No, they look like generic sh!t that someone who has never tattooed drew.
    1 point
  12. Nice tattoos! I'd like to get one with this artist too. Is he still working?
    1 point
  13. Hogrider

    What a pain in the ass!

    I started working on my ass yesterday! Tattoo I mean. I’m working on a body suit and that pasty white ass was really bugging me so I decided to get that tattooed too. I told my artist he could do whatever he wanted, which has always worked out well. My wife said, “ You told him he could do whatever he wanted with your ass?” It’s not as creepy as it sounds.🤔 it didn’t hurt nearly as bad as I thought it would. A little tender around the crack, but not unbearable. He did the outline yesterday, we’re going to color in two sessions, depending on how well I sit.
    1 point
  14. Newbies mostly, come on all the time asking if something is infected. It's true, we aren't doctors, and even if we were, we shouldn't be dispensing medical advice over the internet, BUT some of us have been around long enough to know what to look for. If it's not hot, oozing, smelling, extremely painful, it's not likely to be an infection. That's just a fact. I'd be the last one to discourage someone from seeking medical advice if they were concerned, but there are indicators. Same with healing - people come on all the time, "I've had this tattoo for two days, will it heal right?" Same with blowouts - "How do I fix a blowout?" Same with reactions/allergies - "My tattoo itches, am I allergic to the ink?" There are probably some others that I'm not thinking about. Just food for thought. And for Christ's sake, don't come on the forum asking for advice and then start arguing! If you already know the answer, what are you asking for? And if you don't know the answer, why are you arguing with my answer?
    1 point
  15. Hogrider

    Old tats

    I'd leave them as is. Those are nice for 30 years old.
    1 point
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