Doubled up on new tattoos last week

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  1. infernalservice

    infernalservice SS.org Regular

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    I am pretty much trying to reach my coverage goals in the next year or two so theres that.
    first up was a little ankle skull geometric filler thing by my friend (and bandmate) Jeff McMullen:
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    Then over the weekend I got this cool back of thigh piece from Emmanuel Mendoza, a super talented and humble dude from California:
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    Its a weasel (natural predator of rats) dressed as a plague doctor!
     
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    MikeH Bring the gain

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    Solid work. I'm a huge fan of geometric patterns, and I'm actually starting a sleeve of it this weekend, hopefully.
     
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    Nice! I'm constantly amazed at the skill and artistry involved in so many different outlets. Don't think Tattoo artists get the credit they deserve. Although I think the Ed Hardy brand kind of trashed the reputation when it comes to mixing with the fashion world.

    Congrats though, very cool.
     
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    Eh real artists and collectors are pretty unphased by that ed hardy nonsense.
     
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    Sebastian Poland CEO / RHLC ©

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    That's some really nice work! the colors look awesome! :metal:
     
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    Personally not a fan of it, but I respect the time and skill that's required. I just find it odd that in general, tattoos don't get talked about much in regards to mainstream/major art forms. At least to my (limited) knowledge.
     

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