I have to admit, I’m still sometimes amazed by the radically different ways in which people may develop scars as a result of cuttings. Here we’ve got a pair (actually, a trio) of cuttings that illustrate this nicely. Up above is a scarification piece by Wendi from Ann Arbor, one year old at this point—healing well and evenly, leaving a somewhat faint scar. After the jump, another pair of cuttings by Wendi that took a wildly different turn.
Night and day? Night and day. The single-line around her breasts is six months old, and the lotus cutting is three months old. The wearer in this case is referred to as “my muse”—with good reason, it seems! Obviously, bits of the breast scar have underdeveloped in relation to the rest of it, but what a reaction nonetheless.