gez7ch

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  1. gez7ch

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    Thank you. As for the guys saying I posted those shots to get some "cool" points or to get awws from the ladies, sorry to disappoint you, tattoos are not what i'm counting on to be cool. I have been with plenty of girls when I was Inkless and I did not get inked to be more cool. Neither do I prefer quantity over quality in my ink. I did not post those shots because I was trying to picture myself as a model, neither did I try to model the parking lot. A friend of mine which is a photographer wanted to take some shots of people with ink and the parking lot was the location he chose for the shots. When posting my Initiation thread I didn't have any other photos that catches my ink, so I used those, which weirdly enough got some of you offended... The only purpose of this photos was to share my ink with you. In response to try and join a community of ink lovers I received a "warm" welcome of "your tattoos suck" so some might understand my pissed off respond. Bottom line before you go and assume a person's reason for posting something might wanna check it with them first. Gal.
  2. gez7ch

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    Well first I appreciate your approach toward things. I personally won't hang around this forum anymore but just wanted to say, you're all talking about "the best tattoo artists in the business" or so. I don't think that a tattoo artist should be judged by how famous he is. In Israel there's a studio called Kipod Tattoo which have some of the greatest tattoo artists in the world, you can look them up online. That said, I choose to do my ink works at a different studio by different artist. I can assure you that after exploring the tattoo world for a long time, as far as quality of work on my ink, it's high quality since the artists managed to transfer my wished sketches perfectly on to my body, their technique is high quality and i'm sure my tattoos will age well as an answer to a question of one reply in this thread. At the end of the day I don't care how big is the reputation of the artist I did my works at, as long as I love my ink and how it looks on me, I don't mind tattoo artist or enthusiasts looking at me and saying "that's a lame work". I love how it looks, it all sits together well for me and I will keep doing my tattoos at the same artist which for me is the best, if it because of his attitude, his technique and how he can turn my ideas into fine ink. I'm sure he's not the best, as you said there will be always someone who could do the work better, or should I say different. But bottom line the comments I get on my ink from girls and basically all the surrounding is good, all loving the way it looks, which ofc doesn't matter because what matters is that i'll love it. As to the modeling photos, it's the only thing I had on my computer when I opened my account here and posted the initiation thread. Again, appreciate you calming things down here, however, just seems as if this is not the forum for me. Wish you all best of luck with your future ink. Gal.
  3. gez7ch

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    If there was a way to delete an account on this forum i'd be long gone. My attitude isn't coming from a place of rudeness but rather, it comes because people here are condescending. I watched many of the ink of those here that replied to me and called my work so called shabby but sadly I don't find their works any better than mine. Tattoos are art and it's a matter of personal taste. I respect each person for his tattoo choices, I've done a lot of research about tattoos and where to do them before I did mine, and I don't regret any of them. As to the one referred to my barbwire band tattoo, it's a matter of personal style, you don't like it, that's OK but not everyone has to like the same designs. Face is, I love it and in the tattoo world the only one that should really like your tattoos, is you. All that been said, I'd love if the forum Administrators would do me the kindness of deleting my account together with this thread. Sadly I thought this forum of open minded people rather than condescending ones who think they know best.
  4. gez7ch

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    I find all my tattoos GOOD, if you're not, that's your problem. The pace I do them or the style I choose is none of your business.
  5. A work done on a friend of mine. Done by Kipod Tattoos in IL.
  6. gez7ch

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    Hey friends, New to the forum and to the ink world as well. Got my first tattoo half a year ago at the age of 23 but needless to say I got addicted immediately. Here some photos of my INK: Looking forward to explore this forum, :)