What Led You To Get A Gears Of War Tattoo?
If you’re a fan of the Gears of War franchise, then you know that the characters and artwork are badass. So it’s no surprise that some fans have taken their love of the game to the next level by getting tattoos inspired by it.
What led you to get a gears of war tattoo
It was the perfect storm of factors that led me to getting a Gears of War tattoo. I had just finished watching the series finale of the show and I was feeling sentimental. I had also been playing a lot of the game lately and I was really getting into the characters and the world. And finally, I had just seen a really cool Gears of War tattoo on someone and I thought it would be rad to have one too.
So there I was, at the tattoo parlor, getting inked up with a Gears of War tattoo. It hurt like hell, but it was worth it. Now I’ve got a permanent reminder of one of my favorite video game franchises right on my arm. And whenever I see it, it reminds me of all the good times I’ve had playing the games and watching the show.
How long have you been a fan of the franchise
How long have you been a fan of the franchise?
Since I was a little kid, I’ve been a fan of the franchise. I grew up watching the movies and TV shows, and I even collect the merchandise. I love everything about the franchise, and I’m always excited to see what new adventures the characters will go on next.
What is your favourite Gears of war game
There are three Gears of War games currently available, each with their own unique storyline and gameplay. My personal favourite is Gears of War 3. The storyline follows the ongoing struggle between the human race and the Locust Horde, with players taking control of Marcus Fenix and his squad as they attempt to save humanity from extinction. The game is incredibly action-packed, with some truly breathtaking set-pieces. The third installment also introduces a new co-operative mode called ‘Horde’, which pits players against wave after wave of increasingly difficult enemies. It’s an immensely enjoyable game, and one that I always come back to.
Why did you choose that particular design for your tattoo
There are many reasons why people choose particular designs for their tattoos. Some people choose a design that has significant meaning to them, while others simply choose a design that they think looks cool. Some people also choose a design that is symbolic of something they have been through in their life, such as a difficult experience or a major milestone. Whatever the reason, choosing a tattoo design is an important decision that should not be taken lightly.
How did you find the artist who did your tattoo
I was recommended to the artist by a friend who had been tattooed by him before. I looked at his previous work and really liked his style, so I decided to go ahead and book an appointment.
How long did the tattoo take to complete
How long did the tattoo take to complete?
This is a question that I get asked a lot, and it really depends on the tattoo. Smaller tattoos can take as little as 30 minutes, while larger ones can take several hours. The time also varies depending on the artist and their experience.
So, if you’re wondering how long your tattoo will take to complete, it’s best to ask your artist for an estimate. They’ll be able to give you a better idea based on the size and complexity of the design.
Was it painful getting a tattoo on your arm
Yes, it was quite painful getting a tattoo on my arm. I had to endure the needle piercing my skin over and over again for about an hour. But it was worth it in the end because I now have a beautiful tattoo that I absolutely love. And when people ask me about it, I always enjoy telling them the story of how I got it.
What was the aftercare like for your tattoo
After I got my tattoo, the aftercare was pretty simple. I just had to keep it clean and dry for a few days. I used a mild soap and water to clean it, and then I applied a thin layer of petroleum jelly to keep it moist. I also made sure to avoid any sun exposure for the first week or so. After that, I just had to keep an eye on it and make sure it didn’t get too dry or start peeling.
Have you ever had any other videogame-related tattoos
No, I haven’t had any other videogame-related tattoos. I did, however, have a Mario tattoo on my left arm for a while. It was a small tattoo of Mario’s head and it said “It’s-a me, Mario!” under it. I got it when I was 18 and it was my first and only tattoo. I eventually had it removed because I realized that I’m not really a big fan of Mario anymore.
Do you have any other tattoosIf so, what are they and what do they mean to you
No, I don’t have any other tattoos.