for what it is worth, here is my take on it.
Firstly, I think the placement on the upper ribcage is great. Your tattooist will be able to place it just right ( not too far around to the side ) and it will look nice.
Secondly, for a splash of color, I would suggest that the “xoxo” is done with the paw prints as you originally…[Read more]
Hello my friend,
As someone who has a tattoo on his hand I can tell you this – while it is technically illegal for an employer to discriminate against you for having visible tattoos in this day and age, I have heard some digracefully poor excuses from prospective employers.
I currently drive a bus and have had nothing but compliments on the colors…[Read more]
@KnightHawk 62804 wrote:
You do realize “scratcher” is a pejorative term used to describe worthless mother fuckers like you who want all the glory of being a tattoo artist, but want to do none of the work, right? Getting on at a shop for an apprenticeship is hard because tattooing is a serious business. Done wrong, it can scar you, maim you, or…
Gidday, Not sure if you’re taking the piss or not. Lol. Wrastle a freakin’ crock? No-one does that any more.
You can buy crocodile steaks in most restaurants these days and they get snaky if they catch you bruising the meat.
Just a thought, if you have a copy of Photoshop and a few ideas, you could design the major part of it yourself. This would be the best way to have yourself and your tattooist on the same page. Free tattoo design tutorial at http://colinfbrennan.wordpress.com/2010/02/16/lower-back-tattoos-placement-and-content/
This tutorial was written for a…[Read more]
My suggestion would be Chancery Cursive. Although this style of writing has evolved to look a lot like Spencerian ( which I don’t particularly favor ), if you do a google search for ‘Chancery Cursive’ you will find some excellent “old school” text. Makes a pleasant, flowing style of tattoo especially good for simple names or words, without…[Read more]
Bdubbs has some good advice there – even if it takes 5 years to find something you like, you need to be proud to wear it FOREVER. You could spend days going through Google Image Results but you should find something you like and then perhaps you could expand on it, make a few changes to better suit your taste. This will also make the tattoo unique…[Read more]
you guys are all from the UK! =). I think i’ll get very odd looks with it if i get it.
Just for my 10 cents worth, I can’t see it going over well in Australia either.
All these comments seem to be aimed at ‘your best interest’ – give it some more thought would be my suggestion.
When you get a chance, post some pictures of your ink, eh?
Hi Jubakuba, thank you for the welcome message.
I would love to post some pics of my tats but I seem to be having some trouble uploading.
I made 4 attempts to upload a avatar, all failed. So I decided to settle for a simple photo in my profile, that also…[Read more]