6 Responses

  1. Brandon Oxendine Brandon Oxendine

    M's kinda weird. Whatever.

    about 1 year ago

  2. Made this for a friend. Artist managed to make that m a little different. Still like the hand-done quality it's got.

    about 1 year ago

  3. Dennis P Kramer Dennis P Kramer

    YOU "whatever"-d SOMETHING THAT WAS FOR A TATTOO??? Reckless, dude. Reckless.

    about 1 year ago

  4. Brandon Oxendine Brandon Oxendine

    @Dennis P Kramer I didn't know it had baggage! I get your sarcasm, but what's the implication when you design something for a tattoo???

    about 1 year ago

  5. Dennis P Kramer Dennis P Kramer

    @Brandon Oxendine I dunno, I've never designed anything for a tattoo. I suppose the more permanent something is, the more perfect I would want it to be. A website can always be updated, printed material is less temporary but can at least be reprinted, but a tattoo is like, forever.

    Granted, a tattoo artist can take what you give him and alter it as he finds necessary, so I guess you don't really need to see what you make as being the final, finished, perfect piece. It's more on the shoulders of the tattoo artist to make it as good as possible.

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    about 1 year ago

  6. Dennis P Kramer Dennis P Kramer

    Nevertheless, I do really like the letterforms you drew, and I think the tattoo artist took just enough liberties with it. Good stuff.

    about 1 year ago

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