It’s Friday which means it’s time to take a look at how some scars are healing up.
This week’s entry was a little tricky to find. I actually had to go back over 3 years in the galleries to find the image of this scar when it was first done. The scar was performed by none other than John Joyce. John was gracious enough to upload a few images of this piece as it has healed over time, so you can really get an idea of how a scar is formed.
The first image is of the scar when it was first completed in January 2007.
Next up, the same scar, a little over a month later in March 2007
So now we fast forward to today, with a picture of the scar completely healed, but to see it, you’ll have to keep on reading…
As you can see, the scar has held up really well over time. Kudos to John for making such a great scar.
If you’re an artist, or you have a scar done and you’d like to be featured in the Friday Follow-up, just upload your before and after images to BME and send me an e-mail letting me know what you’ve submitted. Then remember to check ModBlog to see if you’ve made it.