(well.. some of it is.)
All is well in the world. Well, my world at least.
Second session of project cover up. I was so very much ready to be done once Adam finished up. Goddamn. I'm not one to cry or even yelp during a tattoo (and I still didn't) but the amount of clenching and wincing while he was at my wrist then later my elbow has made my body completely tired. Ever get a sunburn? Or at least a long day outside in the sun? You know that over all body exhaustion you feel later on? That's what I have now. I had such a headache earlier, too. It seriously reminded me of when we used to go to the lake and I'd forget to put sunblock on and later be stiff, tired, and miserable trying not to move as to avoid my clothes scratching my burns.
Tattoo fatigue is what I used to call it, but this seems more extreme than before.
Here's another shot of the progress, though this only covers about half of what was actually done today. Once it's finished I'll have full photos of the whole piece.
Universal Pictures has set "Bruce Almighty" scribe Steve Oedekerk to write "Stretch Armstrong," a superhero comedy based on the Hasbro-owned toy.
The toy, a 13-inch, blond-haired muscled figure whose limbs could be stretched to nearly four feet, was launched by Kenner in the '70s. He had a dog named Fetch Armstrong, and a sibling, Evil X-Ray Wretch Armstrong. Attempts to turn him into a movie stretch back to 1998, when Disney tried to make the film with Danny DeVito and later Jackie Chan.