new tattoo

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  1. blakespot

    blakespot Well-Known Member

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  2. MidianGTX

    MidianGTX Well-Known Member

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    Good ol' hardcore geekiness, you just can't beat it. Nice work though, the highlights look great.
     
  3. ImNoSuperMan

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    Whoa. Looking pretty damn good. Almost feels like the chip's been planted on your shoulder for real.

    I'd love to get a tatto someday but dont think I can stand the needle for more than 1/10th of a second :p
     
  4. d1

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    Ahh, nerdom at its best. The chip does look cool though.
     
  5. Booch138

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    Nice man! That looks really good! How much did those each set you back if I may ask?

    It's actually really addictive. It doesn't hurt hardly at all. And afterwards it feels more like a slight rugburn than a bunch of needles having gone inside you. I am terrified of needles but tattoos I can do.
     
  6. yourofl10

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    epic. pretty cool.
     
  7. sammysin

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    Rock on man, very good work.
     
  8. starjimstar

    starjimstar Well-Known Member

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    Badass. You are now the only nerd I would not like to run into in a dark alley.
     
  9. Kamazar

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    That chip is scarily realistic. It's nerdy, true, but tastefully nerdy.
     
  10. Cilo

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    Nice work! I was kinda hoping it was going to be an iPhone 4.
     
  11. Booch138

    Booch138 Well-Known Member

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    Would be kind of cool to get every generation tatted up on you. Nah nevermind that wouldn't be cool.
     
  12. BazookaTime

    BazookaTime Well-Known Member

    Looks cool. How much did that cost and how much time did it take?
     
  13. LBG

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    I bet Steve Jobs has every generation of every Apple device tattoed across his body in chronological order :p
     
  14. blakespot

    blakespot Well-Known Member

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    $150, and he re-inked the Space Invader at no additional cost. The total inking time was about an hour and fifteen minutes.



    blakespot
     
  15. 1337brian

    1337brian Well-Known Member

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    Good stuff man! I only have one really big tat, but I've got the bug again, still trying to decide on a good design and I'll be back in the chair...
     
  16. sammysin

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    I've got practically half my body inked as a piece, so when people ask how many I've got, I actually say 1. It confuses them cause both my arms are covered, my entire right leg and the whole of my chest.
     
  17. 1337brian

    1337brian Well-Known Member

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    The piece I wanted was quoting around $400-500 in the states, I stayed in the UK for a month and found a shop in east ruislip that did it for $250! I think it's cool the only one i have was done overseas...
     

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