At last my left arm sleeve approaches completion. I started it in January 2017 and it feels like an age. When I began, in prospect, I thought I was just getting a half sleeve but the reality is that it was two thirds that needed doing. Then Jo Harrison had a baby in between - how inconvenient of her!
It's funny how you can lots of work done in an area and the visible impact can seem quite small, but suddenly in one session a huge change emerges and this is what happened this week.
Now I am confident if not certain that my session in May will see the finishing touches put to it.
While chatting to Jo we also began to plan getting my lower right leg started. This I will do in June at the Bristol Tattoo Convention. For half a day she will draw freehand a design of her choosing and then tattoo all of that in the second half of the day. Although that will still still leave an enormous amount to be competed and will take at least a year, come June 9th my right leg will look fully covered, just as my arm did in January 2017. I am very excited indeed at the prospect of all this, but also now at my age becoming increasingly inpatient to complete my body suit. Well in principle complete it. There will still be my armpits and taking the designs further closer to my neck. And then? Who knows if I will tackle my neck hands and feet. My feet definitely, the others probably not. But I am running ahead of myself.
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My mind is focussed on just one kind of extreme body modification - heavy tattooing. My body appearance has changed drastically in the past five years. But what are other people's body modifications of choice? One is a practice known as "tight lacing", in which the users of corsets embark on reducing their waist sizes to as small at 17 or 18 inches, if they can. It's not something that grabs me but Lacie here ( www.staylace.com ) has dedicated herself to the practice. There are others like her who take it very seriously. It's a fetish and not necessarily permanent. If you give up regularly wearing this special kind of corset then you will eventually revert to normal. I have no plans to embark on this myself, but before I pass any judgement must reflect that what I am doing to myself is even more extreme. The images here are truly eye catching. I have never knowingly met anyone who is into tight lacing yet there is a big community out there who do it.
These photos were taken by Susanna Ahvalo from Finland and were shot in Vilnius. Susanna is a professional photographer and there is nothing pornographic about her work. I am always happy to have some professional photos taken of my tattooed body. Had they been taken later this month you would have seen my left leg with its new tattoos. Ah well, I can't have everything.