My ankh Subdermal about 1 week into healing. Also it is now confirmed I will be getting my right leg scarification piece done! Yay for not being able to sleep kinda thing. The Subdermal was done by Russ Foxx with Haworth silicone.
Did you have fun at work today? I DID!! I got to perform this today at @calmbodymodification. It’s one of @steve_haworth’s silicone arm spine design dissected (sorry Steve…) and implanted in @friendlyfreak’s forehead. Super fun! #calmbodymod #calmbodymodification #bodymod #bodymodification #bodyaltering #stockholm #sweden #sodermalm #södermalm #hornsgatan #mybodymod #bodymoddotorg #bodymodxchange #piercing #bodypiercing #piercingstockholm www.calmbodymod.com/blogwww.calmbodymod.tictail.com #implant #implants #stevehaworth #horns (på/i CALM Bodymodification)
One of the things I was always conscious of with the Scarwars.net site was to try as often as possible to post pictures of healed cuttings. I found that some folks had an unrealistic expectation when they were going into their first cutting; that their artist could influence it’s healing and that some cutters ‘had better luck’ getting cuttings to scar like Sammy’s ribs (pictured here) did.
Going to a skilled scarification artist is the most important step, but it should be understood that many other factors play into a good scar: genetics, location on your body and aftercare all contribute to the finished product and it should still be reinforced by your artist that you may not end up scarring like the pictures you see online.
This cutting is on my friend Sammy and was cut by John Joyce of SCARAB in Syracuse, NY.
Special shout-outs to the people who’ve emailed me at the Scarwars.net email address letting me know that someone calling themselves Sacred Debris is putting their copyright on my pictures!
Fresh piercing by Suzanne. This piece of jewellery fromANATOMETAL has two threads (located on each black gem). One went into a healed piercing and we pierced the 2nd hole tonight for this jewellery. — at Modify Body Piercing.