10 thoughts on “Aren’t you a little short for a stormtrooper?

  1. LOL. it probably won’t heal well at all. it may even scar. at any rate….Strike me down with all of your hatred, and your journey towards the dark side will be complete!

  2. What exactly does “work out” mean in regards to a scarification? Whatever. I have the same thing cut on the back of my calf. It has worked out fine. A very interesting scar. I can’t wait to see how this heals on the chest. I think it looks great so far.

  3. i meant I can envision the parts sticking out around the inner part (forgive my vague descriptors) looking blobby because there isn’t much separation between them and the inner circle

  4. the thin parts of the negative space are 1/4″ thick and the thicker parts closer to 3/8″ thick….i don’t know what you consider “much” seperation, but i’ve never had a problem with lines half that size “looking blobby.” can you show me some examples of your work for comparison? i’m always down for learning something new.

  5. you seem to be deriving criticism out of my comments that is not there

    also, i wasn’t talking about the negative space, though I know without a diagram, it’s confusing. there really is no point in making one because the scar is already on your body, and honestly my comments were not important enough to warrant more time spent discussing what *might* happen with it. I do like it and hope it heals perfectly the way you want it to.

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