The Friday Follow-up

Things are back to normal this week, which means it’s time for this week’s scarification follow-up post.  Before we get to it, I just want to take a minute to thank everyone who keeps sending in their healed scar photos.  When I started this column last year there was no way I could predict how popular it would become, and there’s no way it could exist without the contributions of the many talented scarification artists.

That said, let’s get on to this week’s scar.  Back in December of last year we saw this scarification that was done over ink.  What was unique was that it wasn’t done over solid blackwork, but rather it was done over Shannan’s full color chestpiece.

It’s been almost six months now since we saw this scar by Anders, so keep on reading if you want to know how it looks today.

Now that the scar has had some time to heal you can see how well it fits in with the rest of her work.  I really like how the scar tissue has healed to almost the exact same color as the ribbon on the corset.  To see more of Anders’ work, check out his BME Portfolio Gallery.

12 thoughts on “The Friday Follow-up

  1. Ohhey. Is that a heart shaped implant inside of the scar? It looks like there’s a glare in the shape of a heart and a little insertion scar above the middle of the heart under the “O” in “LOVE”…

  2. @Kat: You know, I think you may be right. That little scar wasn’t there in the initial photo and it does look like there is something embedded in her chest.

  3. Yup, she has an implant as well. She’s kept Facebook updated along the way, it’s been interesting to see the progress.
    She’s also a very talented tattoo artist! (Shannan Meow)

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  5. Thanks Rob for all the updates ^.^
    And yep heart implant inside the heart.. It was only a few months old in this pic :)

    I love Anders work so much.. Im going to miss him SO much!

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