Masonic Tattoo

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by Blake Bowden, Feb 28, 2009.

  1. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

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    Kinda cool (Not mine...I'm a wuss)

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  2. jonesvilletexas

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    I have never got a tattoo, but if I was this would be it. WOW
     
  3. RJS

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    It looks painful. Cool but painful.
     
  4. Joey

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    That's really kinda cool.
     
  5. kmfisher1

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    Very nice. A colored one would also look good as well. So get a pair of them! :)
     
  6. Sidewinder

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    It's not masonic, but my next one will be...Looks familiar doesn't it...Same as my profile picture, just on my bike.

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  7. Wingnut

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    I think all of mine are in teh photo albums here or on masonic inc
     
  8. landon05

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    Thats a really nice tat and very detailed! I read on another forum that you're not suuposed to get any masonic tattoos. Is there any truth to it? I will post the link once I find it
     
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  10. Wingnut

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    If its true that you cant get ink, there isnt a GL law Ive found... and there are a lot of brothers that have broken that one, including me: http://masonicink.com/
     
  11. S.Courtemanche

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    I am currently looking into a very similar tattoo that Blake posted, in the very near future on my back shoulder (pretty much sleeved). I will post a pic as soon as I get it done. I will have the tattooist put his touch or remake to make it a little diferent (o:
     
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  12. S.Courtemanche

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    Here is the one I just got, very similar to the one Blake posted (o:
     

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  13. Sidewinder

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    Awesome!!! Great detail work.
     
  14. S.Courtemanche

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    A Brother from the Killeen lodge brought me to him (o:
     
  15. Wingnut

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    who was the ink shooter?
     
  16. S.Courtemanche

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    Thanks Blake!!!

    Rocky out of Texas Proud in Killeen (motorcycle shop). A brother out of the Killeen lodge is part owner, he recomended him. (o:
     
  17. Brosid

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    Very, very nice work !! Take good care of it, Brother.
     
  18. S.Courtemanche

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    Wilco, it's completely healed and came out great. The tat didn't even scab over like most, at most it flaked off like a sunburn (o:

    On a side note I am excited about our stated meeting tonight in Temple, my Dive Instructor and close friend and brother will be turning in Part 1 of his obligation for the EA degree. (o:
     
  19. Cripps

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    Sweet ink!!!

    In designing mine as I go along... Just need an artist
     
  20. wcbtx

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    My first tattoo (I couldn't think of anything more appropriate to start out with, there's a lot of meaning behind it for me), done the day after I was Raised (11/6/09). Ink by Zeo at Studio 8 Tattoo on Westheimer in Houston. About 3.5"x4" on my right shoulder.

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    It inspired one of the other members of my Lodge to get some work of his own done.

    I honestly expected a little bit of backlash from some of my Brethren, but the response
    has been just about universally positive, and I sometimes get asked to show it off to
    guys who are coming into inquire or going through the petition process.

    I plan on eventually turning it into a Masonic-themed half-sleeve.
     

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