Thursday, September 18, 2008

WOW !!

I guess I have a super fan.

Adam, from Las Vegas has sent me a pic of his tatoo of Bugsport resident Don, in his Shriner mini- saucer.

Adam and I have been exchanging emails for a while, since before his move to Vegas.

Thanks for the tribute Adam.


Adam said...

I'm glad that you like the tattoo, Ted. My right bicep is my Masonic tattoo section. Don is hovering above a Commandry tattoo, and a fancy Square & Compass, with the All Seeing Eye with purple & yellow rays coming of it. I can send you pictures of them, if you like.

There's an unwritten law that goes with living in Vegas. You have to be inked, pierced, or both.

Hans Georg Lundahl said...

I am blogging this to my blogroll

John T. Lytle said...

Adam, that's awesome!

Adam said...
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Adam said...

Ted, any word from C2C if they're going to put the pic up on their site?

Suzanne Dargie said...

Wow Ted! That's awesome! That's the best compliment an artist can have someone get a tattoo of your character!

Adam said...

Hans: Good to see another Love Hina fan here. My next tattoo will probably be of Naru. I have a beautiful watercolor like one of Madoka of Kimagure Orange Road. I also write English haiku; here's my latest one...

Sparkling brightly
ripples, disturbing the peace
Love, in water, flows

My Japanese isn't good enough to write them properly.

Where in your blog did you write about my tattoo of Don?

Hans Georg Lundahl said...

I did NOT write about your blog in my blog.

I added it to my blogroll:
one of the items left of my blogposts, and a pretty long one, like the list of labels (libell├ęs, I am blogging from France)

Anonymous said...

I don't have a blog. I was curios to read what you had posted about my tattoo. Sadly, French isn't one of my languages. If you'll excuse me, I have a small fish in my ear now. ;)

Hans Georg Lundahl said...

You missed my point:

in the blogroll "blogs and profiles" you will find Ted's Studio - that's all

as for "libell├ęs" it is just that word that is in French, the labels are in English, except what concerns Swedish or French names or such

when you get to my profile, click "deretour" and you will find both