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jacktheocjacktheoc Posts: 1,556
edited July 2012 in The Crudcatcher
Looking for some ideas for a new half sleeve, Quite fancy a design I have seen but not sure on the name of the design. Heres a rough idea of what it is like: http://www.tattoodesignpic.info/118-tra ... flash.html basically the womens face but with out that crappy detail around it..
Does anyone know what this design is called?
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  • Jimbob_no5Jimbob_no5 Posts: 1,568
    This is my design, just after some opinions really, ta muchly

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... =3&theater
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  • jacktheocjacktheoc Posts: 1,556
    Cant see it mate. This is my half sleeve i had done about a year a go now. In memory of my older brother who passed away. Words say 'Where words fail music speaks' good saying that reminds me of him.
    Heres a pic (Koi is on under side, had it touched up a little since so looks a bit more full on the waterfall)

    ?action=ssp&pid=138058
  • Jimbob_no5Jimbob_no5 Posts: 1,568
    Can't see your's either haha is the link for mine not working?
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  • thekickingmulethekickingmule Posts: 7,957
    Image fail.
    Waterfall-Sunset-Koi-Butterfly-tattoo-138058.jpeg

    What you're after is just a classic tattoo of a woman. Possibly Sailor Jerry? Most tattoo places will do them.
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  • jacktheocjacktheoc Posts: 1,556
    Il mock up a few ideas and see what they come up with, i like how the woman with a decent design around it fits on the arm, looks really nice.
  • mudcow007mudcow007 Posts: 3,861
    you cant go wrong with a classic

    black-anchor-tattoo-on-arm.jpg
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  • BeardfaceBeardface Posts: 5,495
    Yup, it's a traditional sailor jerry style gypsy girl and traditional rose :)
  • thekickingmulethekickingmule Posts: 7,957
    mudcow007 wrote:
    you cant go wrong with a classic
    I would have completely disagreed until a few months ago, when I started researching Sailor Jerry stuff. It started off that I wanted an anchor, now I'm thinking of getting a half-sleeve done with Sailor Jerry and other 'small random things' on it.
    It takes as much courage to have tried and failed as it does to have tried and succeeded.
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  • cooldadcooldad Posts: 32,904
    I think you guys are weird. Sailors and anchors and suchlike. Popeye had tatoos.
    I don't do smileys.

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  • thekickingmulethekickingmule Posts: 7,957
    Popeye was cool though.
    It takes as much courage to have tried and failed as it does to have tried and succeeded.
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  • mudcow007mudcow007 Posts: 3,861
    mudcow007 wrote:
    you cant go wrong with a classic
    I would have completely disagreed until a few months ago, when I started researching Sailor Jerry stuff. It started off that I wanted an anchor, now I'm thinking of getting a half-sleeve done with Sailor Jerry and other 'small random things' on it.

    sailor jerry rocks, remember demolishing a bottle of it at a festival an not waking up until about 15:00 the next day

    also the chicks on the bottles are hot.....for cartoon chicks
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  • DIESELDOGDIESELDOG Posts: 2,087
    Popeye was cool though.

    No he wasn't, he ate spinach.

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  • thekickingmulethekickingmule Posts: 7,957
    Spinach is cool. Well, it's nice.
    It takes as much courage to have tried and failed as it does to have tried and succeeded.
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  • Jimbob_no5Jimbob_no5 Posts: 1,568
    thumbnail.aspx?q=4909109581382769&id=660ed2d0c73704c3cb23a3e46b58530b

    This what im getting next month
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  • compocompo Posts: 1,370
    Always wanted a tattoo but I have a great aversion to needles in me, ie passing out. Though I can easily look at them elsewhere etc.

    I also don't know what to have or where to have it.

    I can see me getting a 'hilarious' drunken tat at some point
  • thekickingmulethekickingmule Posts: 7,957
    I don't like needles either (though not as bad as you by the sound of things). If it's any help, the tattooing needle neither looks like a needle, sounds like a needle or feels like one. It didn't hurt me at all, though that depends on where you get it done.
    Drunken tattoos are the perfect excuse for an awesome coverup ;)
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  • kinggarethkinggareth Posts: 40
    I started looking at Sailor Jerry tattoos for my sleeve, but decided they were a little simplistic. i still used them as my inspiration though, and this is the start of my sleeve.

    IMG_6716.jpg

    It's similar to what the OP seems to be looking for. I searched for Candy Skulls and Candy Skull Gypsies to find a design I liked.
  • RaymondavalonRaymondavalon Posts: 5,346
    This should suit you down to earth...

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  • EH_RobEH_Rob Posts: 1,134
    Don't bother fannying about.

    funny-tattoos-get-that-removed-right-meow.jpg
  • anj132anj132 Posts: 299
    EH_Rob wrote:
    Don't bother fannying about.

    funny-tattoos-get-that-removed-right-meow.jpg

    Possibly the best tatoo I have ever seen.
  • anj132anj132 Posts: 299
    Although a mate is getting a camel tattoo'd on his toe. Another had 'your name' on his censored , ideal for free drinks. 'I bet I have your name tattoo'd on my censored '.
  • mudcow007mudcow007 Posts: 3,861
    anj132 wrote:
    Although a mate is getting a camel tattoo'd on his toe. Another had 'your name' on his ars*, ideal for free drinks. 'I bet I have your name tattoo'd on my ars*'.

    steve-o from jackass has "your name"

    clicky
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  • EH_RobEH_Rob Posts: 1,134
    anj132 wrote:
    EH_Rob wrote:
    Don't bother fannying about.

    funny-tattoos-get-that-removed-right-meow.jpg

    Possibly the best tatoo I have ever seen.

    I honestly don't know why you'd bother with anything else.
  • NorthwindNorthwind Posts: 15,475
    compo wrote:
    Always wanted a tattoo but I have a great aversion to needles in me, ie passing out. Though I can easily look at them elsewhere etc.

    it really isn't like that- the gun looks more like a small airgun and there's no sort of stabby sensation. It can be burny, mind. I ended up falling asleep in the chair, I found it really soothing. The artist didn't, she kind of freaked out :mrgreen:
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  • VWsurfbumVWsurfbum Posts: 7,959
    Northwind wrote:
    compo wrote:
    Always wanted a tattoo but I have a great aversion to needles in me, ie passing out. Though I can easily look at them elsewhere etc.

    it really isn't like that- the gun looks more like a small airgun and there's no sort of stabby sensation. It can be burny, mind. I ended up falling asleep in the chair, I found it really soothing. The artist didn't, she kind of freaked out :mrgreen:
    Yeah i find it soothing, i took a book along.
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  • compocompo Posts: 1,370
    Toying wth the idea of getting something like this on my back of my shoulder. Hopefully it won't take too long or hurt too much
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  • thekickingmulethekickingmule Posts: 7,957
    If you can find a good artist, take a picture of your favourite bike and they'll make it look amazing! There are some seriously amazing artists out there.

    Take that picture to a local studio, get them to draw some designs for it and express your concerns. And, as VW says, take a book (though that wouldn't take too long)
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  • wobbemwobbem Posts: 283
    Rule number 1 about tatoos.
    Never ever get one out of the catalog, design or get one made, it is an artform that will be with you for life. Nothing worse than seeing some bod with the same tat as you and you paid in pain for it.
    Don't think, BE:
  • RucksRucks Posts: 93
    Had a new neighbour move in next door last year, really nice guy, bit odd and loves his tats, every time I see him he has to show me his latest edition, he's starting to look abit like a doodle pad now.
    Has the funniest tattoo I've seen, on the inside of his bottom lip is "censored off you censored " upside down so when he pulls his lip down its the right way up, also has his pet name for his todger tattoed on it (so I'm told, his mrs isnt happy)
  • BeardfaceBeardface Posts: 5,495
    compo wrote:
    Toying wth the idea of getting something like this on my back of my shoulder. Hopefully it won't take too long or hurt too much
    2648217927_92876ba92a.jpg

    Haha, I have something similar - mentioned that I want a bike tattoo when sitting for another one, the artist said 'sod it, I'll do you a freebie'.. so.. yeah, 5 minutes later.. this:

    P5130103.jpg

    The worst part of a tattoo in my opinion? Being shaved by somebody else when you're rather hairy. Before anybody says - yes, I know this is a censored tattoo, but it makes me smile every time. It's so small and in such an obscure place, I don't really care.. I have a mint sauce tattoo amongst the others too.
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