"In the spirit of Survivor"

The quote is not from the wearer, but since we’re watching Survivor here tonight I thought it was appropriate. This is a McKenzie’s spectrum of skin tones (neat idea for a tattoo, I like it) done by Jason from Deep Roots in Seattle.

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16 thoughts on “"In the spirit of Survivor"

  1. shannon, i agree…

    at first i was feeling really sorry for him bcaus of what they wee doing… then he got all weid talking about being in love with whatsherface… creepy

  2. Omg, I’m too nerdy… I thought (as I scrolled down) it was going to be a hex gradient chart.

    *hangs head in shame*

    Fucking awesome idea tho, its a great position for it too.

  3. Simple… I really like it! Don’t worry joeltron, I’m an art student so I thought it was the color scale thing we’ve been doing in painting :(

    Does it get slightly smaller on the way down to the wrist, or is that just the angle of the photo/me having poor eyesight?

  4. thats not what i ment, i ment the tattoo looks like the art project, but the idea is totally different. and it is an amazing idea.

  5. I just did an assignment like that in my Drawing and Painting 1 class.
    It was a value scale of white to black, 12 one inch by one inch squares.

    I got mine put vertical on the board, so this reminds me of it a bit. :D

  6. Wops! This tattoo actually belongs to my girlfriend, jessica. I just happened to be the one who submitted it for her!

    If you could change that, it would be much appreciated.
    Thanks so much for the comments, guys. :)

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