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Re: Re: Piercings and tatoos! by JohnnyG on 2003-10-30 00:01:04
I found the place. Tuesday night, while walking the 6th street corridor, I happened into a parlour along the route and made the discovery I was hoping for. The man was named "Bear" and I'm not sure he chose the name or was named that because he was a member of a "bear" club but he is a master of the 'branding' trade. He showed me a on his body the brand of a Commanche tomahawk placed in the hand of an inked on Indian riding a horse.The scar was filled with burgundy coloring and looked very professional. I asked him if he could design a custom brand from a CAD/CAM application I use at work and he said it would be fine as long as it was easily traceable to an iron mould. Before I go any further let me tell you that he showed me video of a muscular man in the act of being branded with a UT Longhorn on his chest. It appeared to be nothing less than torture. I must decide now how much coedine I will consume before I'm set ablaze. Also, the amount of keloid scarring varies from person to person and in his picture book the 'puffiness' factor of each scar was dramatic. Unimaginable pain for this body art but I will follow through.
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|Re: Re: Re: Piercings and tatoos! by tommie on 2003-10-30 09:58:25 | Reply to this|
|Well, JohnnyG, you are being quite progressive here with the branding! I take it you are kidding about the codiene; no reputable artist will work on you if you've used drugs or alcohol. But not to worry; branding is not very painful... while it is being done. The pain comes during the healing process. My stepson tells me that during the procedure it acutally feels like it is very cold, rather than hot. He studied branding and peircing under the reknown artist Fakir Musafar in San Fransisco a few years ago, and we went out to see him while he was there. The branding will show up best if your complexionis dark or in a location which can be tanned.|