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Latest Activity: Apr 1
Started by Jerry Herships. Last reply by Jerry Herships Mar 6.
Started by Artimus Naugin. Last reply by Jerry Herships Mar 5.
Started by markansaw Mar 5.
Tattoo artist posted this long list on FB yesterday on all the different types of tattoos she doesn't like(celtic, lettering, dragons, multiple types of flowers) and therefor says go to someone else. Just became a previous artist, not giving my return business to some who wants to be that judgementally picky, esp when they run their own shop. It is my art, not yours.
Good stuff, looks nice and painful there at the top...ie I love seeing the tattoos that fresh. Make sure you get us another pic in a couple weeks when it heals.
Love the cross-it is incredible!
whoa. dang that is just fantastic!
My first tattoo, from 1993, is a phoenix, based on an illustration by P. Craig Russell from the Sandman, issue #50. Inspired by an incident where I almost drowned in Lake Huron.
My tattoo, I ride scooters. Vespa is Italian for wasp. I got the design from the Piaggio museum's logo.
I have already looked at some designs I am happy with.
The tatts would be ok around the elbow area as far as formal dress is concerned. I roll my sleeves up at work but can roll according to the tatts if required.
As far as ideas, that goes for everything else. Get what you want, get what moves you. When you have picked an idea or a theme, sit on it for about 3-6 months. If it still moves you just as much, then start working with artists on a design. Spend as much time possible finding an artist, then as more approving designs(those I know from not doing).
Also, what length are you talking about with half-sleeves? Is it going to mean that you can't wear short sleeves in a professional setting?
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