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Thread: artist taking tatooing to the next level

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    artist taking tatooing to the next level

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    Holy Cow!
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    When I saw this I thought it was a caving of a wooden leg.
    I dream a lot. I do more painting when I'm not painting. It's in the subconscious.
    ::: Andrew Wyeth :::
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    that is some neat art but i cant imagine wanting to wear some of those forever, that eye ball staring out of that gals chest was differnt!!!
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    I'll just leave these here...





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    Those are amazing and a little disturbing. I'm glad my son didn't see them! He has enough tattoos.

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