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ThEpIpEsMoKiNgDrUmMeR

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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Wed Jun 27, 2012 1:34 am

puros_bran wrote:
Tattoos are for child molesters, rapist, Penn state coaches, murderers, thiefs, prostitutes, drug dealers, etc..


Ouch Shocked haha
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Wed Jun 27, 2012 1:40 am

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My side gig is as a gigilo does that count PB?
I am up to 19 tats now. The last 4 I did to myself. Bought a kit out of boredom, read a bunch of books, got all the health safety gear, and took the bloodborne pathogens course. The first one I did was wrechid, the last two are pretty darn good. But...I am sitting on 19 as of now anyhow.[/quote]

Smile Im the same, i have been tattooing myself for a couple of years now, my first attempts are on my legs, their not actually too bad, and about half of my right arm i did myself, (the top bit, the ship, the dots, the dice, the card, the drum, the black flames/smoke, the moon etc) Razz

Do you use those needles that come with the full disposable grip? they're the way forward, completely sterile every time. Very Happy

Im gonna have to do another one soon Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Wed Jun 27, 2012 1:41 am

Shocked

Dont know why that last quote didn't work right, ah well, you get the idea Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Wed Jun 27, 2012 9:28 am

ThEpIpEsMoKiNgDrUmMeR wrote:
Smile Im the same, i have been tattooing myself for a couple of years now, my first attempts are on my legs, their not actually too bad, and about half of my right arm i did myself, (the top bit, the ship, the dots, the dice, the card, the drum, the black flames/smoke, the moon etc) Razz

Do you use those needles that come with the full disposable grip? they're the way forward, completely sterile every time. Very Happy

Im gonna have to do another one soon Razz

I have some of the ones that come with the full grip but I have more of the individual needles and numerous sizes and styles of grips (mostly diamond opening) that work great. I am debating picking up an ultrasonic and autoclave in a few months when I go back home. The ones I did to myself are all on my legs, holding skin tight like you are supposed to on arms would have to be done with a friends help or fashioning something to stretch skin for ya. I also have the plastic disposable covers for all my equipment to make sure everything stays clean and still wipe down after each tat to make sure there is no contamination. One of the best buys was green soap (not the green soap wipes) because it really does make a world of difference.
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Wed Jun 27, 2012 9:44 am

Great ink, guys!

I'll have to get my lady to take a few pictures of mine... Although this thread reminded me that I really need to get back on track and finish my left arm "sleeve"


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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Wed Jun 27, 2012 11:17 am

Ocelot55 wrote:
I really like tattoos on women. There is just something about it. Not gawdy, overly visible tattoos, but something a bit more subtle.

Amen, My girlfriend has a ship in a bottle on her leg. Very attractive. Also a couple on her feet. I plan to get three that are very important to me. I want a cross on the underside of my forearm, "This Too Shall Pass", on my chest, and a Fish on my elbow. All thought through, and meaningful to me.
Zach
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Wed Jun 27, 2012 12:36 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Wed Jun 27, 2012 12:52 pm

Kyle Weiss wrote:
That's funny. He's worried about music perhaps being too normal... for me... Laughing I work with electronic music, mostly IDM and experimental. I'm totally cool with "different." I'll go search for your stuff. You Brits usually know how sound should be approached. Cool

Haha, not worried, just a warning, its not to everyones taste i guess. but we like it Razz

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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Thu Jun 28, 2012 8:08 am

I have a celtic knot across my back that I drew
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Thu Jun 28, 2012 8:30 am



My clover.


Heres my Secretariet (taken just a minute ago in a nasty ass Back track stable poop house.. lol )
Looks way better but I figured why not, and I didn't get the whole thing.. lol.. oh well.



Based off of this pic of him..

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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Fri Jun 29, 2012 10:15 pm

Okay fine, I'll post mine.

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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Sat Jun 30, 2012 6:18 am

"These Precious Things" was above average for me; I've never been a metal fan. I did really like, however, the syncopation under/over the metal; I didn't like the vocal as though it added to the generally over-the-edge desperation of the metal, it was unintelligible. You didn't need a voice to do this, though the camera was always on the vocalist. Instead, to achieve the same effect perhaps more richly, I would mimic its sound with a synthesizer tweaked with overtones that melded into the other instrumentation.

There's no surpassing metal's invocation of frenzy and absolute desperation, perhaps suicidality; and the song was a fine example of that. But beauty, balance, serendipity, harmony, the attributes of many works of transcendent art, remain forever outside its purview. I don't claim to understand its musical values though I certainly understand its spirit. But having that understanding perhaps too deeply, I nonetheless choose music that alludes to but is not wholly given over to that spirit's evocation: Morphine, Led Zeppelin, Lucinda Williams, Stevie Ray Vaughn.

But none of which of the above is meant to denigrate your finely honed art.
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Sat Jun 30, 2012 7:55 am

Nice stuff, can be a metal head on occasion.
One of my favorites is Beneath the Sky.

Really enjoyed your stuff too kyle, really interesting stuff.
So you do everything with the keyboads? Is it ever tempting to download a program and do it from the computer?
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Sat Jun 30, 2012 8:44 am

I still haven't listened to it, my apologies.

i.keen...thanks. I do everything except record with some piece of actual gear. In the world of electronic music, there's two camps, softsynth guys and hardsynth guys. You can have an army of Vangelis robots at your command, easily program and compose with computers--and they usually don't break down, if you use computer-driven softsynths and, say, Ableton. I have hundreds of pounds of gear, cables, connection problems. circuit board failures, large racks to set up, and programming on a screen no bigger than a calculator in some instances with my hardware--just like nature intended. So you can see what side I'm on. Wink I know my instruments, like a mechanic knows a car. They will never truly, become obsolete, and they will always look impressive surrounding me on stage compared to a pathetic glowing Apple logo.

I have one program, called "Renoise," and it's the only computer program I will support. It is open-source, community-driven, and priced appropriately. I hardly use it, except in instances where I have excessively long samples or need to write beats that are in an odd time signature, as most samplers and drum machines are limited to 4/4 time (or some variant) or, if I'm lucky, swing or 3-time.

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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Sun Jul 01, 2012 6:00 am

alfredo_buscatti wrote:
"These Precious Things" was above average for me; I've never been a metal fan. I did really like, however, the syncopation under/over the metal; I didn't like the vocal as though it added to the generally over-the-edge desperation of the metal, it was unintelligible. You didn't need a voice to do this, though the camera was always on the vocalist. Instead, to achieve the same effect perhaps more richly, I would mimic its sound with a synthesizer tweaked with overtones that melded into the other instrumentation.

There's no surpassing metal's invocation of frenzy and absolute desperation, perhaps suicidality; and the song was a fine example of that. But beauty, balance, serendipity, harmony, the attributes of many works of transcendent art, remain forever outside its purview. I don't claim to understand its musical values though I certainly understand its spirit. But having that understanding perhaps too deeply, I nonetheless choose music that alludes to but is not wholly given over to that spirit's evocation: Morphine, Led Zeppelin, Lucinda Williams, Stevie Ray Vaughn.

But none of which of the above is meant to denigrate your finely honed art.

Dont worry i understand, the fact about this band in particular is i actually haven't written any of the stuff that can currently be heard, (Of course i play it time and time again live) but i was actually "head hunted" by the band when their old drummer left because of other bands ive played in, and in the past i've actually always played more "punk pop" style music, but all the same i love the music i'm currently playing and the new music we have been and are still writing,

Anyway thanks for listening Smile comments are always appreciated.
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Sun Jul 01, 2012 6:01 am

i.keenum wrote:
Nice stuff, can be a metal head on occasion.
One of my favorites is Beneath the Sky.

Really enjoyed your stuff too kyle, really interesting stuff.
So you do everything with the keyboads? Is it ever tempting to download a program and do it from the computer?

Thanks for taking the time to check us out Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:26 am

No problem, good stuff.
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PostSubject: My Tattoos.   Mon Jul 02, 2012 12:27 am

Okay gentlemen, here is my first attempt at posting photos on this forum.

I am posting just two overall photos, a front and a rear. I also have a few smaller pieces on my lower legs, and the back of my neck is not so clearly visible in these photos. And yes, my hands are tattooed.

I apologize for the quality of the photos. That is Kaiser83's fault... Laughing

I have put alot of time, pain, and money into looking scary. The least you can do is at least feign offense at my appearance... Very Happy





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PostSubject: Cool!   Mon Jul 02, 2012 12:30 am

Cool, it worked! Kaiser83 and I had to come up with a novel way of posting the photos. Not only has he aided and abetted my introduction to pipe smoking, but he is keeping the embers burning by allowing me to communicate here with all you fine gentlemen.

Thanks Darrel!
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Mon Jul 02, 2012 5:24 am

Nice work , they give you any hassle about having them in the forces?
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PostSubject: Contractor.   Mon Jul 02, 2012 7:15 am

My good sir, I have not been a soldier in the Army since the 80's! I have been a contractor for the military since 1989. Appearance standards can still be an issue, but education and expertise can offset that. But don't let me fool you, they have proven a barrier more than once. We live with the consequences of our actions... That being said, I love working for the military. It has been a wonderful career. I am not sure I would know how to behave in polite society.
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Mon Jul 02, 2012 10:10 am

Pfff Military. Polite society. That was rich. lol!

Your tattoos scream "I need a hug," Sean68. Nice try though. Razz Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Mon Jul 02, 2012 10:37 am

I was born in 89, as a matter of fact my dad was in the first desert storm during that time.
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Mon Jul 02, 2012 5:32 pm

Kyle Weiss wrote:
Your tattoos scream "I need a hug," Sean68. Nice try though. Razz Laughing

Cool

I'm starting to wonder if Sean EVER smiles. Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Brothers with tattoos   Mon Jul 02, 2012 5:44 pm

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Kyle Weiss wrote:
Your tattoos scream "I need a hug," Sean68. Nice try though. Razz Laughing

Cool

I'm starting to wonder if Sean EVER smiles. Razz

Yep he smiles, Sean is actually one of the smilingest dudes out here.
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