Despite the pure idiocy displayed by the members of this forum, and even a staff member, (refer to link below) I have gotten my first tattoo 🙂
I am extremely pleased with it. The artist did a wonderful job. There is a very, very deep underlying meaning within this tattoo. I don’t see how I could ever regret it. Actually, it seems quite impossible :p
Anyways, 6 months later :p here she is:
You got good advice in the other thread which you should have listened to.
wow a cross and bible verse. how original…
It’s decent. Simple but the line work is good and the shading isn’t terrible either. Glad at least it has a meaning behind it you won’t regret.
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What is the meaning behind the verse for you, if you don’t mind me asking? I assume you mean Joel 2:25-26 because the other chapters don’t have verses 25 and 26.
Putting aside the fact that you got solid advice in the previous thread, let’s just talk about this tattoo. The most noticeable screw-up, which Spyd has already pointed out, is that the chapter is missing. The line work does look decent, but I can’t tell if the lines in the cross are wonky or it’s just the picture. I am presuming it’s the angle of the picture for now. I’m not even going to comment on the deep meaning, regret, etc. as that’s irrelevant to the tattoo’s quality.
Congrats on you’re first, Religious is just a fassion accecery these days though. Let’s hope if you are in to that type of thing it actually has a meaning.
I’m sure this comment is original in the tattoo community. Quite the contradiction, huh? Also, I fail to see your point. Why would I care if my tattoo is ‘original’?