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Myself, in a sentence
my names Jane
im a perth gal, i work as a dog groomer am trying to work in fashion and work on my own business
im a heavily tattooed chick.
most of my tattoos dont have meaning to me in a personal way but in the way that there the stages of phazes thru my life
i get asked [repetedley] will / do i regret my tattoos because there so bold and bright and most of my body is covered
answer : no i wont regret them i love it when i look at my body and see how colorfull and prett yit is it makes me happy and i have done it for me no one else.i think long and hard befor i go thru with any of my tattoos
i still get weird looks from people and people thinking im untrust worthy or the whole im a girl and i shuldnt have tattoos but the stigma of tattoos is slowly lifting which makes it easier to be heaavily tattooed and comfortable
My favorite tattoo and the story behind it
My green topless zombie chick with long purple hair moulding into a demonic tree giving birth to the shadows falls demon. shes wearing a gas mask with the tubing of the mask coming out of her chest is my favorite tattoo
i had bin thinking about it for ages and i am obssesed with zombies and the color green and i myself wear respirators and really wanted somthing that would show what im into so afterv a year and a half i finaly found a tattoo artist who could draw exactly what i wanted
its so colorfull and bright a bit rude but i dont care what any one else thinks about it i love it!
My first tattoo and the story behind it
I was 16 yrs old and for my birthday my mummy let me get my star sign on the back of my neck
i was so nervous and scared i didnt want to sit in the tattooists chair but after about half hr of wasitng time pointing out pictures on the wall i finaly sat down and went thru with it and relised i had worked my self up for nothing and it was a really good experince which has lead to many many more times sitthing in that chair!
My next tattoo
Im already planning my left arm sleeve its going to be my goth arm not much color, bats, horror gore, elvira portrate