Great Chestpiece

You can’t go wrong with skulls and wings (at least not if you’re Roman, German, or American — or want to be)… Definitely a chestpiece style that almost always turns out for the best — this example c/o sacredheart is by Pat Carmack in Austin, Texas.

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14 thoughts on “Great Chestpiece

  1. Um.. I love the ittybitty blue and yellow lines….

    Though I think somebody should modify his nipple hair a bit.

  2. Fantastic! Very nice work indeed, I love bold, colourful chestpieces like that one. Must’ve hurt like a motherfucker, though.

  3. Oh…there’s a tattoo there. I was immediately distracted by the piercings. ;-) Nice work, though. Looks like it was worth the pain it took to get.

  4. i didn’t shave my nipples because i hate how it itches when it grows back. thank you for the compilments. it hurt like a son of a bitch.

  5. i LOVE the fact that he didnt straighten out the one nipple ring.

    Awesomely beautiful piece.

  6. am i the only one who is so obsessive compulsive, that it is bothering me that his cbr on my right is crooked?

    well, besides that, it is a beautiful chest piece…

  7. 11 -> nope, it bothers me too. to the point of where it almost ruins the pic for me. nice tat though. and nice nipple piercings otherwise.

  8. Anyone know where Patrick is now??? I’ve lost touch with him. Tryin to see how he is and to get some work done too.

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