Cloud tattoo on chest - Tattoowise
Spotlight, light up the space
I know that some people think that the "see-thru" tattoo design is played out, but I have a legitimate reason for choosing this design idea and location. :-)
Several years ago I had a work injury which eventually required surgery. Fusing two of my vertebrae together, removing a couple discs, adding cadaver bone, etc. Despite the surgery being a success, I still experienced nerve damage which has left that shoulder essentially useless and always in pain.
Unfortunately internal injuries like that are a blessing and a curse. The "curse" part is because nobody knows how broken I really am in that area, so everyone thinks that I'm fine. This disability has affected my life in more ways than you can imagine, so I guess I just wanted something on the outside that shows how I feel on the inside.
So I opted for the see-thru design with torn / stressed muscles and a cracked collar bone underneath.
Thanks for reading. ;-)
Aussie male model D Herde.. Melbourne Victoria
SB-800 @ 1/2 power thru 60x60cm softbox, right of camera 4ft from subject. Cactus V5s triggered.
I know he likes sepia colors. :P "He stood there with a serene calm to his posture, waiting for the chance to change the outcome of the day."
This is a design I created, with some help from Jonathan Culp, for a series at Fellowship Church called Wholly Holy. This are was used for everything from stage design, countdowns, background art, clothing, opening animation and more.