Hanya Flesh Removal

This full back Hanya mask scarification, cut out of black-heavy tattooing, was done by Thorsten Sekira at Modified World in Munich, Germany.

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24 thoughts on “Hanya Flesh Removal

  1. Oh, I really like how the halves were done at separate times, so you can see the healing portion on the left and the new on the right! It should be awesome contrast when it’s healed. I wonder if, after a couple years, it will scar red, white, or pink?

    Personally though, I think I’d prefer if the back was more filled with black. The left and right bottom sides make it look kind of uneven, since the entire scar isn’t entirely cut out of blacked out flesh.

  2. #3 – I like the way its not going to be all on the black! The unevenness is nifty.
    Also like seeing the healed half, i HATE seeing fresh scarifications ’cause i just want it to hurry up so i can see the finished one haha

  3. 8- neck barcodes are up there with finger moustaches :)

    it took me a minute to see the mask, as the black is uneven in some areas of the back. it could be his body’s position, but does the fresher side look like almost like it’s tilted upwards?

  4. i’m sorry, but i have to be honest – i think that looks bloody awful.

    I love the Hanya mask, and have a world of respect for anyone who has flesh removal work done, but over the top of incredibly bizarre tattoo back piece, it just looks sloppy and too much of a mish-mash of poorly planned ideas.

    if it was just the mask on it’s own, i’d be drooling about how amazing it looks, but over the top of that black mess of a back piece, it’s woeful.

    just my opinion.

  5. i think it looks great, but (IMO) it seems like he is using the scarification to cover up the tattoo work somehow.

  6. Scarification is gorgeous – the tattooes are a mess though
    and due to that it took me some time to see the hanya-mask.

  7. #16 – I was thinking the same thing.

    #13 – I like the cutting, hate how it looks with the tattoos. Sorry man :(

  8. I love it when people effectively collaborate scarification and tattoo designs, it just makes it look that much better. Total sweetness all the way around

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