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 Posted: Sat May 7th, 2016 07:06 pm
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Found this on line

"We were browsing through our tattoo-packed Facebook news feed when we came across a gorgeous stained glass piece done by Ink Master‘s St. Marq (season six). Needless to say his insane work got us thinking about all the other stained glass tattoos floating around the internet and lucky for some, gracing skin. The style is no walk in the park and requires a great deal of talent from the tattooer. Get ready to be wowed by some amazing stained glass tattoos."

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 Posted: Thu Jul 21st, 2016 02:04 pm
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When he was on inkmaster, the stained glass piece was the only one I liked of his. the way he textured the glass was great. The other pieces that he did were just dark and black to me.



 Posted: Fri Jul 22nd, 2016 03:28 pm
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They even painted the rebar lines. Didn't help their posture. Actually they need belts for their jeans more than back support.
I still think there will be an additional billion dollar business for whomever comes up with programmable or otherwise 'smart' tattoo inks. Ones that can change, spell words, slogans, advertise, animations or most importantly, disappear on demand. Think: Nike swoops on Lebron's deltoid, changing from red to blue depending on whim. Millions and millions.



 Posted: Fri Jul 22nd, 2016 05:51 pm
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The "window" on the left shows some sagging at the bottom. I think it should be be flattened.



 Posted: Fri Jul 22nd, 2016 06:11 pm
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So I have two questions: 1. Is this vitreous paint? And 2. Is the lion on the black band of contestant #1's underwear an homage to St. Mark?



 Posted: Fri Jul 22nd, 2016 06:46 pm
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artfem wrote:
So I have two questions: 1. Is this vitreous paint? And 2. Is the lion on the black band of contestant #1's underwear an homage to St. Mark?

I think it's a repair covering a crack



 Posted: Fri Jul 22nd, 2016 08:37 pm
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Good one Vic, some people may think you are a bit too anal, but this is spot on ;-)



 Posted: Sat Jul 23rd, 2016 12:03 am
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you guys are TOOOOO much!!!



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