#41890
XqTm10
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    @xqtm10

Hi guys, what do you think about a crossover of two different type of tattoo style?

like (for example) a maori mask with japanese background on a shoulder/half sleeve

totaly nosense or original tattoo?

#156083
Sam-I-Am
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    @sam-i-am

If done by a good tattooer it will be great.

Many tattoo collectors have varying subjects and types of tattoos.


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#156088
Dan
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    @dan

I don’t think there are any rules anymore,artists have and continue to push the boundaries of tattoo art,like Sam said,find the right artist, and give them your ideas and have them draw something up for you.


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#156085
XqTm10
Participant
    @xqtm10

i agree with you on the fact that there’s no rule anymore on tattoos

#156089
Dan
Participant
    @dan

I also agree with Sam that it could be a great looking tattoo.


"It takes nothing away from a human to be kind to an animal." -Joaquin Phoenix
#85971
zombae8723
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    @zombae8723

I’m thinking about doing new school on the left arm and traditional on the right. Maybe traditional with a new school feel? I see a lot of folks on here don’t really dig the traditional stuff but I’m loving it here recently. Seeing how i have nothing on either arm (except a small tattoo of a drawing my kid did on my left wrist) I have a long way to go and I could definitely change my mind a 100 times before that happens.

#153730
jerryatrophy
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    @jerryatrophy

I love traditional. And yeah as mentioned there are a bunch of folks really pushing the envelope on mixing styles. John barrett is killin his photorealism and traditionalesque stuff.

#153653
buttwheat
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    @buttwheat

Yes go for it

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