Tribal Dragons

The chestpiece is inspired by a film (and works very nicely with his body), and the rest is all original, designed by the wearer, and tattooed by Alan at Bill Claydon’s Tatttoo World in Fayetteville, NC.

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21 thoughts on “Tribal Dragons

  1. I generally don’t really like the big and burly sort of guy, but the tattoos/physique combo really works. Nice.

  2. Aaaah! There’s a Lain poster in the background! That makes this guy (and his tats) more awesome!

  3. That is exactly the kind of first (and probably only) tattoo I want.
    Huge, fairly simplistic, and totally badass.

    Any idea which movie inspired the front?

  4. it’s from reign of fire. the original tattoo is more detailed and IMO even more desirable than this one. congrats

  5. Reign of Fire is great if you want a cheesy post-apocalypse war movie with dragons. If that doesn’t sound good, skip it. Personally I liked it but I’m easily amused and grew up playing D&D.

  6. it looks really cool but somthing seemed off about it and when I enlarged it it looks like the tattoo has been photo shopped on, it looks like it would make a nice tattoo but this one looks fake, the lines in the stomach run straight and don’t swope in on his abs plus there is no difference in how the light shines off the tattoo in spots where there would be,(the light shines off his skin but not where the tattoo is).

  7. It’s from the movie Reign of Fire I wanted that tattoo so bad ever since I saw it any way I could contact him let me know by email [email protected] I’ve been trying to find a tattooist that would do it right I’m scared that any other would mess it up I just want to know where he got it done.

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