High Detail Scar Work

Phoenixx snapped these shots of Square‘s awesome Junko Mizuno flesh removal leg scarification by Wayde Dunn while he was touring in Philadelphia.

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Shannon Larratt is the founder of BME (1994) and its former editor and publisher. After a four year hiatus between 2008 and 2012, Shannon is back adding his commentary to ModBlog. It should be noted that any comments in these entries are the opinion of Shannon Larratt and may or may not be shared by BMEzine.com LLC or the other staff or members of BME. Entry text Copyright © Shannon Larratt. Reproduced under license by BMEzine.com LLC. Pictures may be copyright to their respective owners. You can also find Shannon at Zentastic or on Facebook.

36 thoughts on “High Detail Scar Work

  1. I’m always fascinated by fresh cuttings and skin removals but also intrigued as how such detail can\will be preserved.

  2. I love it!!!
    But you know, I would love to see the follow-up of these healed!!!

    It would be frickN sweet if Shannon could post a follow up section (or whatever) provided the person/persons send in a healed photo.

  3. Seconded to #11. We all love the fresh scarification shots but I know many of us would like to see more healed pictures. Though I suppose it is ultmatly up to the bearers of the art to send in shots.
    In any case, maybe adding an “updates” tag or somthing to that effect will shut us whiners up.

  4. I don’t know what it will look like when it’s healed, but a bloody Junko Mizuno drawing in flesh is a good thing in and of itself.

  5. Thats some amazing work right there-here’s hoping the healing process is kind to as it would be a real shame to lose any of those fine lines.

  6. oh who cares if it heals that detailed–I think it’s great like this, just fresh, even if it doesn’t ‘heal’ perfectly or such, she at least had it, or such. Not sure how to explain…

  7. that looks so nice right now and i hope that it heals just as well hole that get a healed pic of this in….

  8. Are You Guys Just Plain Stupid, If You Keep The Scar Moist It Will Heal Perfectly, Just Like A Tattoo. All She Has To Do To Keep This The Way She Intended Is To Ensure The Entire Healing Time Its Not Allowed To Scab Over. Simple As That And It Will Keep Its Beauty. Go Ahead Go Home And Try It I Dare Ya.

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  10. there are pics healed up on the page.. maybe a touch up on her mouth and boob line, hahah, I’m really pleased, can’t wait to see how it moves along

  11. This is absolutely gorgeous, but will the detail be clear when it scars? I’m thinking of getting a scarification done but I’m unsure how it’d look once it scars. I’d want it to stay looking like that!

  12. I don’t know why but scarfication has never really sat easy with me.

    I am all for body modification of all sorts – heck, I’m pierced and tattoo’d to the gills!
    But I just don’t see scarification as being attractive of beautiful in any way.

    Perhaps it’s because I have undesirable scars from surgery that I can’t do anything about.

  13. individual??..you were given a personality ..clearly that wasn’t enough..look great when your 50 sad.

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