Thursday, April 26, 2012

Even a Man who is Pure at Heart, and Says His Prayers by Night...

May become a wolf when the wolfsbane blooms, and the Autumn moon is bright.

Or, failing that, can be the Vicar of VHS:

Naschy rises from the breath of Chaney: or, Night of the Wolf Mans
Greyscale half-sleeve by Ryan Cook, Lucky Bella Tattoos, Maumelle, Arkansas.

8 comments:

The Duke of DVD said...

Absolutely amazing!!

HD Lovers said...

Wow man, how long it took to make this happen?

The Vicar of VHS said...

@Duke--thanks, my friend! It was your inspiration (and discovery of a talented artist) that made it possible!

@HD Lovers--Altogether, about 8 hours. 2 for planning/discussion with the artist, and 6 actually in the chair. I got it all in one sitting, which says something about both my pain threshold and my bull-headedness. Perhaps one more than the other. ;)

Nicole Hadaway said...

WOW -- that is some amazing ink!

Jack said...

OMFG! If this isn't the coolest site I've ever seen, it sure is on the short list! I was researching gynoids for an upcoming post, and encountered Steel & Lace. Put that in the search engine, and it sent me here... Thank You God! for this demonstration of the Law of Unintended Consequences. It's going to take me months to read through all this material; better get started!

Just super work, dude! Thanks for putting it in!

The Vicar of VHS said...

@Nicole--Thanks! I'm very pleased with it myself. :)

@Jack--Thanks for dropping by! I hope you enjoy what you find. And don't worry...even though the Duke and I have been taking a sort of unplanned sabbatical here, rest assured there will be more where that came from, and soon (I hope!) :)

Kweeny Todd said...

AWESOME SLEEVE! Mine took 10 hours total, and I admit, I was sore after. Props for the big tribute piece!

Nashville handgun said...

That's some good looking work. Great detail and composition!


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