The Brazilian tattoo artist transforms into an orc by removing the nose, mutilating the ears and getting the tattoo in blue.

The Brazilian tattoo artist transforms into an orc by removing the nose, mutilating the ears and getting the tattoo in blue.

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While some might argue to be avid fans of the Lord of the Rings, this Brazilian tattoo artist has gone one step further by transforming himself into a true "orc": his nose has been removed, his ears disfigured and his skin tattooed in blue.

Fernando Franco de Oliveira has tattooed about 99 percent of his body, including his eyeballs, which are now completely black, and even horn implants attached to his head.

A tattoo artist who owns a studio in the southern city of Tatui near São Paulo has admitted that he is "addicted" to the pain of needles.
De Oliveira acquired the vampire's forked tongue and teeth, but according to him, the most painful and life-changing operation was the removal of his nose.

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The Brazilian tattoo artist transforms into an orc by removing the nose, mutilating the ears and getting the tattoo in blue.

1. Fernando Franco de Oliveira has tattooed about 99 percent of his body, including his eyeballs, which are now completely black, and even horn implants attached to his head.

The Brazilian tattoo artist transforms into an orc by removing the nose, mutilating the ears and getting the tattoo in blue.

2. The Brazilian tattoo artist also had his ears disfigured and tattooed blue on his skin to make him look like an orc from The Lord of the Rings.

The Brazilian tattoo artist transforms into an orc by removing the nose, mutilating the ears and getting the tattoo in blue.

3. A tattoo artist who owns a studio in Tatui in the Brazilian state of São Paulo has admitted that he is "addicted" to the pain of needles. In the photo: De Oliveira with several tattoos.

The Brazilian tattoo artist transforms into an orc by removing the nose, mutilating the ears and getting the tattoo in blue.

4. De Oliveira turned into a real orc from the "Lord of the Rings".

The Brazilian tattoo artist transforms into an orc by removing the nose, mutilating the ears and getting the tattoo in blue.

5. De Oliveira acquired the forked tongue and teeth of a vampire, but, according to him, the most painful and life-changing operation was the removal of his nose.

The Brazilian tattoo artist transforms into an orc by removing the nose, mutilating the ears and getting the tattoo in blue.

6. Fernando Franco de Oliveira from São Paulo with the title "Most Tattooed Man in Brazil 2014"

The Brazilian tattoo artist transforms into an orc by removing the nose, mutilating the ears and getting the tattoo in blue.

7. De Oliveira from Sao Paulo in Brazil with his dog.

Keywords: Brazilian tattoo | Artist | Art | Transforming | Body | Face | Appearance | Design | Implants | Surgery operations

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