Bobby Diebold

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  1. She'd kill me if I posted a photo of it, but you can see it on Bailey Hunter Robinson's Instagram (it's a totally badass phoenix) :)
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    Dan Santoro
  3. Thanks so much for saying that- I sincerely can't tell you how much I needed to hear that. They definitely are awesome tattoos, and I don't think I'm going to mess with them. My wife and I were out walking the dogs last night, and I looked back to see our little female Boston crossing the street. She was excited and panting and looked exactly like the tattoo. I think the artist kind of unknowingly captured her "crazy look." She looks the same way when she has been running around the dogpark and is in the process of stalking her older brother for whatever he has in his mouth. I think you hit the nail on the head, though- I guess the look doesn't quite match what I had in my head, but it's still her and it's still some very cool ink that I will grow to love over time.
  4. Sorry about that :( Thanks for the feedback in the other forum, though. I think I'm just going to leave it as-is, after all. I guess the crazy-eyes-killer thing is growing on me. I started calling her little devil dog, too, which my wife is NOT happy about :)
  5. I definitely don't hate it :( I have to love it- it's permanent LOL. I'm just debating whether I would love it MORE if the teeth were filed down and a little less "Bunnicula." ;)
  6. Thanks for the feedback! No, they're two different dogs (Boston Terriers). The other one is a male, and the one I'm thinking about changing is his little sister. She was just really tough to shade because she's pretty much all black with the little stripe on her forehead.
  7. Okay, so I got my second dog tattoo... Like the first one, I absolutely love it- totally bad-ass execution. There's just one issue I have with it, and I'm hoping to get some more advice... She turned out a little more demonic than I was aiming for. The eyes are pretty intense, but I think it's the pointy teeth that kind of put it over the top: I was thinking about having the artist just fill in the tips of the teeth, so they aren't pointy and possibly the rest of the mouth... I was just messing around with the image on my computer, and this is what I came up with: My question is this: Based on the pictures above, would the artist be able to make this change with some simple filling in or would it just look weird???
  8. Okay, so I got my second dog tattoo... Like the first one, I absolutely love it- totally bad-ass execution. There's just one issue I have with it, and I'm hoping to get some more advice... I'll try posting over in the Tattoo Advice forum... - - - Updated - - - For some reason, I still can't start a new thread in any of the other forums, so here goes... My second dog turned out a little more demonic than I was aiming for :eek: The eyes are pretty intense, but I think it's the pointy teeth that kind of put it over the top: I was thinking about having the artist just fill in the tips of the teeth, so they aren't pointy... I was just messing around with the image on my computer, and this is what I came up with: My question is this: Based on the pictures above, would the artist be able to make this change with some simple filling in or would it just look weird???
  9. Dan Santoro
  10. I feel privileged to have a couple BHR tattoos. He's a great guy and is super-talented. Highly recommended!!!
  11. I'm a guy, but... My wife just got her first tattoo (an amazing back piece- FIRST tattoo, right?!) In any case, she's been saying she doesn't want people to see it, but I think it's super-sexy, and I would LOVE to see her show it off in public. I guess it all depends on the individual, but that's my humble opinion as a loving spouse :rolleyes: