#39555
nocando22
Guest
    @

Good afternoon guys,

Long story short.. I’ve been going to this artist for years and he has done some great work on me and the surrounding area as well as my pals I’ve sent to him.

I have attached a picture of the missing “O”..

It reads “To blessed to stress” but should read “Too blessed to stress”. The piece is still not done and I will be returning in about 3 weeks or so; The artists said not to worry he will figure something out

Is it possible to loop another O in there or should I get the rest of the clouds to cover it up etc? I’d be happy with the blessed to stress alone as it has meaning to me as well

Best regards

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#129279
Dipland
Participant
    @dipland

OK. You want meaning? If you truly are “too blessed to stress”, then this shouldn’t bother you.

Other than that…good luck.

Post your other work.

#129280
buttwheat
Participant
    @buttwheat

laser it and start over

#129281
ezrider
Participant
    @ezrider

Did you not proof read it before he started tattooing you?


Do not take life too seriously; no one gets out alive.
#129282
nocando22
Guest
    @

What’s done is done..

Do you think it would be possible to add another “O” or possibly just over the “To” with clouds?

#129293
Sherav
Participant
    @sherav

There are 2 solutions;

1. You can laser it off and redo it.

2. You can loop the second ‘o’ so that it loops through the first and hangs below in a chain link. Add a halo effect to the ‘o’ and it will work out fine.

Take care
Matthew


The only difference between a person with tattoos, and a person without is this. The person with tattoos does not care if you do not have any.
#129312
nocando22
Guest
    @

Thank you so much for the comments guys, I appreciate it.

What do you guys think of the process of sacrifaction for removing the “T” and fitting an O in there?

Mike

#129332
anonymous
Participant
    @anonymous
nocando22;116140 wrote:
Thank you so much for the comments guys, I appreciate it.

What do you guys think of the process of sacrifaction for removing the “T” and fitting an O in there?

Mike

Don’t do it.