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About NicholasFallon

  • Birthday 01/16/1981

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    reading Robert Jordan and L.E. Modesitt JR. books, cycling, r/c airplanes, volkswagens... (80s water cooled, off-road aircooled)
  1. well - call me impressed. Very nice... I really like how the different parts are all incorporated with each other. Was it drawn / designed by yourself or was the artist a WoT Fan ?
  2. I've gotten some more work done to my WOT tattoos. I actually won a contest w/ the tattoo shop and got a free hour of ink.. took about 30 minutes to decide what I wanted to do. My wheel / serpent looked unfinished and I wanted to add the spear, banner and andersova (sp) leaves. I left it to the artist to figure out how to make it work. Though it's not 100% identical to the compass icon I am very happy with the result, and it unique to me all the more. We decided the proper phrase was "a rendition of the logo" I still have to get it colored - left it in black / gray until I can decide what I wa
  3. yeah, that's pretty nice. I really like how the banner looks on the spear - great color / shading. @thom / xader - In comparison to the front or the back of my leg, yeah, the very back of my calf was the most sensitive part... I thought it would have been the area over my shin but it wasn't so bad there. Really I didn't think any of it was too terribly bad at all, a couple times was enough to make me cringe and take notice, but definitely not something that would prevent me from doing it again (or in the first place)
  4. Cool. my original tattoo idea was going to be identical to what you have there luckers, so far as serpent and wheel, but on my shoulder, but then I decided I wanted to be able to see it... and then I decided I wanted it to be the embossed look... then blue...
  5. from my attempt to win a signed copy of TOM on Tor/Forge's blog contest in November: "Growing up through elementary school I was a huge book worm – in 6th / 7th / 8th grade I read lots of young adult fiction from the paper-back racks in our school library. They never really lasted very long, usually a week at the most. This was a real bummer because I always wanted the story to go on forever. One summer day my parents came home from a yard sale and my Mom had a stack of extremely thick books she presented to me. She said it was the beginning of a series she thought I would enjoy. What she
  6. looks like this thread is a little old but not totally stale... I had wanted to get a tattoo for several years, and my coworker started to get a bunch of work done by a local artist which helped peak my interest. After September 2007 I decided I wanted to get a wot tattoo and spent the next few months deciding what I wanted to do. I got a gift certificate for christmas 2007, and finally had the guts to make an appointment mid-Jan... did the serpent and wheel... it's about the size of an orange. The artist said I went "balls deep" for a first tattoo. I also like the metallic look of the UK pape
  7. just looked through this thread and have the following comments: 1, yes - the UK book covers are awesome - used "kife of dreams" chrome-looking symbol for the basis of my tattoo on my calf, except changed the hue from silver to blue and reversed the image so the serpent's head comes in from left to right. 2. Within the next few weeks, on the opposite side of my calf I am getting the dragon as on RJ's gate in the appropriate color scheme... might have to just do the outline first and shade in later though, because I only have a 1hr gift certificate and it's probably a 3hr tatto.
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