Belly Surface Piercing Project

…and I really like the tattoos as well!

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3 thoughts on “Belly Surface Piercing Project

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    Posted on 03-23-2006 23:15:34 by Paris
    that’s hot!

    Posted on 03-23-2006 23:26:52 by an0nymous_vamp1re
    I count 8 different barbells, right?

    Posted on 03-24-2006 00:39:31 by Dave
    It must be awkward doing situps, no?

    Posted on 03-24-2006 01:28:53 by Bear151556
    I would guess that the missionary position might be a problem. Looks good though.

    Posted on 03-24-2006 04:49:51 by outmywindow
    I take it that is custom jewelry since the stones all match her rings and bracelets?

    Posted on 03-24-2006 07:43:44 by m
    i love it, its so hot
    it would be so great if you could heal that (possible but very hard)

    (i also counted 8 bars)

    Posted on 03-24-2006 09:59:30 by toe
    I would think it would get caught on any clothes besides belly shirts and low ride jeans making it a no for me LOL

    looks great thought.

    Posted on 03-24-2006 16:13:53 by yoohoo
    i like the tattoos, very neat wish you could see the whole thing though

    Posted on 03-24-2006 20:10:51 by fre_k
    Is the tattoo one body suit with sleeve thing? If it was it would be amazing to see.

    Really great piercings though.

    Posted on 03-24-2006 20:47:12 by dustin
    Does this not scream PHOTOSHOP to anybody else?

    While it’s entirely possible to heal these piercings, I don’t see any shadows…..

    Posted on 03-24-2006 22:19:55 by Whispers
    It’s beautiful, but I can’t imagine that being easy to heal, nor would situps be part of her workout regimen anymore ;)

    ^I can see what you mean about the Photoshop thing. It does look a bit weird, but it could just be a matter of weird lighting or whatever.

    Posted on 03-24-2006 23:50:05 by glider
    Sheesh, it’s not photoshopped. You can go look up the original photo at full resolution without my retouching on the main site if you’d like (it’ll be up there this evening).

    Posted on 03-25-2006 22:46:45 by
    the three balls on the far left REALLY look fake…

    Posted on 03-27-2006 00:20:21 by kuroneko711
    its called bright lighting, not photoshop. and i dont think they look fake at all. why would she put 3 fake balls? that would be rediculous. I think this is unique and i’m glad it was posted here. how about some credit instead of doubting?

    Posted on 03-27-2006 17:40:07 by photoshopper
    There are no shadows on her bracelets as well. It has nothing to do with the brightness of light, the light is difuse! Try look for shadows outside on an overcast day. Ofcource I’m not saying this couldn’t be made with photoshop (skilled artist can achieve it with ease) but that goes for every picture.

    Posted on 03-29-2006 04:14:21 by WishingWell
    doesn’t look fake to me, the angles of the balls all match up for each bar, you can see the bar on some, shadow on a couple, etc etc. certainly don’t seem fake to me

    Posted on 04-16-2006 06:01:34 by georgia
    she lkes red, yes ??

  2. I ran into her at my peircers and they are real, healing very well and gorgious.

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