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Tuomas Koivurinne
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
Current Residence: Suomi Finland Perkele!


Journal Entry: Thu May 22, 2014, 2:06 PM
Yes. It was fun to watch Pacific Rim. Nice setting, almost plausible, realistic effects and giant things bashing all shades of excrement out of eachother, ignoring the destruction caused to their surroundings. I felt like there was still hope for a new generation of proper kaiju films. Couple of weeks after that I just saw something online. Didn't bother to look or there was no title. A film trailer, starting with a US military figure giving his troops a pep talk about the importance of their coming mission. Ok, another American war film? Ok, Baby SEALS prepare to jump from a plane? What's that? Iraq? Afghanistan? Some black operation? Ok, kind of apocalyptic landscape? What's that in the smoke? ... And while I was trying to comprehend, what familiar feature I was seeing, I lost a few seconds. Then... that roar.
Tattoo by former work colleague of mine, JP Wikman, back in 2011.
Now, it's been a while and I honestly haven't been this excited about a film coming to theatres since Jurassic Park when I was, what? 8 or 9?
Well, I went to see Godzilla and can't just describe the feeling. All goosebumbs, fondling my companion and quite possibly everyone around me... well, maybe little exaggerating a bit... but it was a good film and definately eye candy for every fan of the Godzilla franchise. The original I mean, we'll let that 1998 Zilla rest in peace. King of the monsters is back...

Concerning the poll I had some time back:
[/] Theropod and sauropods peacefully co-existing in the watering hole
[ ]
Deinocheirus expressing his discontent to an Asian tyrannosaur. 
[ ] Small maniraptorian defending her nest against a browsing herbivore.

[ ] Undetermined crocodile in his place in the foodchain (a dinosaur included)
[ ] Protoceratops... being a protoceratops.
[ ]
Something else.

Tuomas K INK tattoo blog
Putka Tattoo & Piercing
Vuolteenkatu 20, 33100 Tampere, FINLAND
Phone number can be found from the site.

Some of the artists I like to watch...
Paleo (or some paleo-related):

other explainable (more and less) people:
:iconhouly1970::iconuttercreep::iconjarmoellila::iconjanboruta::iconpavelkirilovich::iconlife-takers-crayons::iconangusmcleod::iconmadmagpie::iconvaltteri::icontanyk::iconrikuturso::iconkurtbelcher1: :iconnailone::iconpovorot::iconjesusfood::icondoughboycafe::iconjohannadeen:

  • Listening to: Ghoultown: The Ballad of Clarence Heckles
  • Drinking: coffee

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TeddyBlackBear2040 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Great Job and amazing page hey I would like to add you to my friends list and if you have A chance check out my page.
Homero13 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2014  Hobbyist
I love it your work. I would like to see your work with mammals.
teenrex7 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You are a modern Charles R. Knight.
aspidel Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the watch, Tuomas.
tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wonder what happened? I thought I had been watching you for years now...
chewyredhots Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
TarontPainter Featured By Owner May 17, 2014
Kiitti favista! todella upeita töitä sulla, tuli jokseenkin mieli vääntää taas Tresspasseria.. :)
KubaCh Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2014  Professional Artist
thx for fav:)
Patchi1995 Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2014
OK I finished my colored version of your T.rex vs. Torosaurus line-art. Here it is…
The-Necromancer Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I would implore you to submit your fine World War One artwork to several groups, if you don't mind. It is beyond words.

I would recommend the following groups for consideration:


There are likely many more that would value your submissions, although I do not know them offhand.
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