Very nice!Oburi said:This is my Schierke tattoo guys! I'm sorry this image sucks. This was right after I got it so the colors need some time to heal and right now its flaking everywhere but as soon as I get a nice pic I'll post it. It's hard to tell but its going down my arm.
I kept going back and forth between a few different things. Took me a while to finally settle on this. Aaz helped put into perspective for me as wellIncantatioN said:Extremely cool, congrats on the tattoo! Was this the only image you had in mind or had a sort of shortlist before deciding on this? Did it take long?
Mass Effect 3 is a great game, fantastic even—right up to the end. The ending just wasn't everything it could have been.Rendarg said:This reminds me, i still haven't played the 3rd game, although i loved Mass Effect 1 and 2. Even my friends always keep nagging on me to finally play it, but, oh i don't know, when i heard how everyone disliked the ending, even my friends, i don't know, it somehow just ruined every ambition for me to even touch the game. Fortunately my friends never spoilered my in any way, so i don't know what is so bad (and no i don't want to hear it now^^), but just the fact that i know they didn't like it, it just keeps me away from playing it.
Actually getting branded on the breast might not be ideal I think (since it's soft tissues in that zone, and prone to stretching during pregnancy), especially if you're new to the whole "body modification" thing. A tattoo would be a little less drastic.pinoycosplay said:I've loved berserk long enough now that I am thinking it would be ok for me to get a Casca located tattoo and not regret it. I was toying with the idea of getting a real branding artist to make the brand. What do you guys think? Brand or tattoo?
You may want to also consider that even though the mark is called "The Brand" in Berserk it resembles a nice sharp tattoo instead of an actual brand that is burnt into your skin. I am not familiar with the work that a "real" branding artist can produce as opposed to the normal brands that I have seen on people, but I'm thinking a tattoo of "The Brand" is more what your looking for.I was toying with the idea of getting a real branding artist to make the brand. What do you guys think? Brand or tattoo?
As far as I know there's a few different ways to do it, so it'd require careful consideration and documentation before going for it to avoid any bad surprises.Antonius Block said:I am not familiar with the work that a "real" branding artist can produce as opposed to the normal brands that I have seen on people