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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by Diezel, Aug 4, 2014.
oooh. I'll have to get some new photos of mine. Will post later.
Love tattoo threads!
Few hours after I got it done.
I've got three of them. Ankle, wrist and back. Sorry for the bad quality, really old picture…
A few of mine... my Tintin alligator, my aunt Mary's signature, my Tui (and a little bit of my Johnstone Motto) and my Hey Arnold! hat
and my cat!
Nunquam Non Paratus? I am also a Johntone.
Hey, we're related!
Quite the way to meet a family member, huh?
Just the one for the time being until I move out. Mines the compass in the middle. Picture was taken just after it was finished so it's a bit bloody and swollen, my bad.
4 of 8 shown. I also have a star on my neck, Superman Logo on my right forearm, Chinese symbol for dragon on my right wrist & a phoenix across my back and left side.
EDIT: Wolf is a WIP
Whenever I get the urge to get a tattoo I just look at a photo of myself from 1979.
I thank my lucky stars that I don't have to spend the rest of my life with a mullet, and the urge passes.
Just got my second tattoo last night.
I got my first tattoo in '93 fresh out of boot camp.
I had an idea for a tattoo concept I wanted, but took this long to do it.
Was able to find a local artist that I believe is up and coming. Decided on going with a 1/2 sleeve. First phase - a tribute to my birthplace - Hawaii. I wanted to incorporate things that remind me of home. My family are Native Hawaiian's. Many of my childhood memories are deeply rooted in my culture.
Had my first session last night. We did about 5 1/2 hours of solid work.
King Kamehameha: First ruler to unite the Hawaiian Islands. My family tree is traced back to him.
Hula dancer: Many, many memories of the wahine's of my family dancing hula long into the night at family luau's.
Plan on putting the Hokule'a - a seafaring outrigger canoe built to specs of the canoe's believed to be used by ancestors settling the islands - on the bottom and incorporating the Waikiki skyline as the background.
Simple and to the point. I got this right after my friend died. We both talked about getting this tattoo for months. Its my only tat, but lots of meaning.
Untitled by Wojo19, on Flickr
Just this poor little thing
Ahh I knew there were more of us on here.
Second one (matching sibling tattoo with my sister):
Most recent: (finished it 1 week ago today)
Sent from a rock
What about scarification? I did this when I was 15. Classic.
It was pretty brilliant for a while... But fur and time have covered it...
Definitely my smallest, for my mother.
I'm fuzzy and it needs a touch-up!
She raised me right, without a father. This hellion pays his respects. (She's still alive, but I owe my ethics and character to her
Some updated shots.
Added two Plumeria flowers. My grandmother had two trees in her backyard and we would pick flowers for lei's all the time when I was a child.
Added Kukailimoku (Hawaiian God of War) to represent my military service.