Golden Biomech

More gorgeous work (and a partial coverup too) by R/yan Speed at Gen X Tattoos in Willoughby, Ohio with this bright biomechanical sleeve.

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21 thoughts on “Golden Biomech

  1. Жёлтенько и пеÑ?тренько))))
    хлтÑ? не оч цеплÑ?ет!!!!

  2. I love sleeves that all come together like that–not disparate pieces tied together by some background artwork, but an actual, beautiful whole!

  3. I’m gonna guess and say that the black tribal bicep band is the original piece, and the rest of the sleeve is a later add on?

  4. that is a very nice tat it ties together very well u cant beat skulls and evil figures 4 sheer gasps from onlookers

  5. how long will it stay like that though, every tatoo i have ever seen looks dull, why are the ones on here so good?

  6. Allot of how the tattoo stays is how it was put in and how at was taken care of.Keepin them out of the sun and not having the ink blasted to deep in 2 the skin are imprtant factors on the tattoos life. ~_0

  7. Great sleeve. I am having my left arm resleeved. Leif at Dave’s Unique Ink in Vancouver, WA is doing the work. He will redo my arm from shoulder to fingers. My next appointment is Sunday, Feb. 11, 2007. Then I have another appointment on Friday, March 2nd. I am on his short list of people who can come in any time for work. I want him to redo both arms and my upper chest. The work on my upper chest was originally done in 1978-1980 by Cliff Raven and Ed Hardy in San Francisco.

  8. Ryan’s work is kick ass; he is a very talented artist. And I can back it up because he has done cover-up work on my shoulder… liked it so much we are going to continue with a full back piece. It’s good to see his work on here.

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