The back story isn’t terribly long, but long enough to bore acquaintances.
The here and now of it is that I’m a professional body piercer and in need of an outlet for my mad inspiration.
This is my inspiration. Not yours.
Yours is entirely accidental. Welcome, embraced, appreciated and respected.
If you’re brave enough to keep up, you’re welcome to try.
By and by...if you want to really experience my Wicked World, view it through the Archive.
Reblogged from thirtydaysofawesome
An interesting side effect of scalloped or lobster plates is the damage potential to an unwary attacker. If one were to lose their balance and go crashing into the armor (for example, if they led with a too powerful cut, unbalancing themselves when it glanced off the armor), they would be diced to bits by the many folds and points in the armor. It’s essentially a cheese grater.
Reblogged from supersonicelectronic
A selection of work from the group show “Skull & Sword” currently on display at FFDG in San Francisco, California. Skull & Sword is the world famous tattoo shop and this show is a collection of work by Skull & Sword tattooers Grime, Henry Lewis, Lango and Yutaro. In 2009 I took a trip to San Francisco and had a chance to go to Skull & Sword. Thanks to the art on the walls and the artists there I was inspired to devote this blog completely to art. So, thanks Skull & Sword!