Nadine Anderson’s body is covered in black ink. This Full Body Tattoo Is Awesome.
By doing this kind of tattoo work, we need to sacrifice something. After is saw this on a magazine, i need this to be a part of my site.
This is a kind of motivation everyone want, she is a inspiration for others, and she loves Assassins Creed.
This is just some of the questions interviewer asked Nadine, some of them were really interesting and i picked my fav questions out of it and posted here.
Nadine Anderson’s IG Profile –
MY WORK IS GREAT ABOUT MY TATTOOS. SOME THINK I’M A LITTLE CRAZY FOR GOING SO FAR, BUT GENERALLY, I’M JUST NADINE AT WORK.
How do the people you work with respond to your tattoos?
In all honesty, my work is great about my tattoos. Some think I’m a little crazy for going so far, but generally, I’m just Nadine at work.
How do your family and friends feel about your tattoos? Do you think they understand it?
They accept it and just see me for me. My dad wasn’t the happiest when I tattooed my face. I don’t think any parent is, but he still loves me. My friends don’t care. I’ve always talked about getting tattoos, so they’ve just watched me do what I’ve always said I would.
How many hours do you think you’ve clocked-in under the needle?
I honestly don’t know for sure. Maybe 170 – 180 hours.
What are your hobbies? Have any of your hobbies influenced your tattoos?
I love the gym, and I love Assassins Creed. It’s my favourite video game, particularly Brotherhood, hence the tattoo on my chest
Nadine doesn’t like being asked why she’s decided to slather herself in black. For her, that question is disingenuous. And she’s not very concerned with what she’s going to look like when she’s 80. Instead, she questions if she’ll even live that long.
Nadine never really feels naked, because the ink often acts as a barrier, and her favourite movie is Pulp Fiction, the dance scene in particular.
If she had to choose, she’d rather lose her arms than her legs; she’d rather talk to animals than to the dead; and she’d rather go blind than go deaf, because losing the ability to hear music is nonnegotiable. Plainly, there are a thousand better questions to ask than why…