velvetlover36

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    6'3"...Libra...Jack hammer
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    Women, single malt, tattoos, music, traveling

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  1. Small leg piece from Chad Koeplinger during his 50 States tour...done at Inksmith & Rogers.
  2. Got this from Chad back in July at Inksmith. My only complaint about the tattoo is that he didn't start until about an hour and a half after my scheduled appointment, and he even made the comment about being known for starting tattoos late...he was basically just shooting the shit in the shop, so it wasn't like he was finishing up someone else's tattoo. Other than that, it was a great experience and he's a really cool guy to talk to. I'm planning on moving up to Chattanooga next year and was a little concerned about finding a tattoo shop in the area...when he informed me that he was opening one in Nashville next year, I was elated.
  3. Bert Krak at Smith Street Tattoo Parlour
  4. Birthday sticker from Bert Krak at Smith Street...I think what space I have left on my leg, I'm going to let him fill it.
  5. Jeremy Swed at Inksmith and Rogers
  6. velvetlover36

    ZEIS FLASH

    Jeremy Swed at Inksmith and Rogers
  7. Jeremy Swed at Inksmith and Rogers
  8. Getting some work done by Bert Krak in two weeks. I'm definitely getting one piece on my leg, and am considering having him do a small-filler piece on my arm...it's going to be somewhat dependent on if he has time to do the second one, but mainly what the cost for the two will be. This pretty much sums up how I feel about getting tattooed by him.
  9. Continuing the work on my leg next week with this Zeis flash piece. Out of all of the old school artists/tattooers, Zeis is the one I'm the most obsessed with...and it's not like a small obsession, but rather an if-I-were-alive-during-his-time-I'd-probably-stalk-the-shit-out-of-him obsession.
  10. I'm sure he could, but he's not as great as he thinks he is. I agree with you on the contestants...I think I can count on one hand the number of good tattooers that have competed over the course of the series. I always love it when one of them--during a specific challenge--says something to the effect of "this is my style, I'm going to knock it out of park", and completely falls flat after it's over. - - - Updated - - - His bell bottoms were not one of them.
  11. I honestly believe that if Chris Nunez was a contestant on this show, he wouldn't get that far...his actual tattooing is not on par with how good he thinks his tattooing is. I haven't seen every piece of work he's done, but some of what I have seen is not great, at all.
  12. I'm not prejudiced against those with poor tattoos, I just wonder what was going their minds at the time. I don't necessarily call people out who have bad tattoos, I usually just stare at the tattoos for an extended period of time with a confused look on my face.
  13. Listened to this the other day...first time in a while.