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It does not mean the artist isn’t good. It means just what he said. The smaller the less detailed it can be to not be a blobby mess now or in the long run.
Maybe it is healing slowly because the area is frequently irritated… like by a shirt or bra.
plus, you get what you pay for, who is going to give you this free tattoo………..
I thought all soccer Moms got tattoos. That is why I got mine. damn it, that must be why they look at me so strange.
In all seriousness.. I have seen good ‘free’ tattoos. If you happen to be friends with a tattoo artist then perhaps he (or she) can hook you up. Or, if you barter for tattoos. Tattoo’ist goes to your concerts for free and you get free artwork.
As for you question on where to get your first tattoo… I would choose a subject matter and go from there.
I have to ask the obvious question. How old are you? Are you of legal age to get a tattoo in your state?
I just came upon the answer to my question in another threadI see the dilemma.
It is hard to tell from the tiny pictre.
I am curious why you want to spend the time, energy, and money on a cover up. Most people don’t see that area and the ones that do probably don’t care….. unless it is someones ‘real’ lips and you no longer let them see that area.
Is your other arm bare? Start your dragon there.
I believe I have read that when the tattoo is shiny it means the skin is still healing. Give it a couple more weeks. The inner arm gets a lot of friction and may take longer to heal.
Welcome. Can we see pictures of your ink?
I would get shapes on all my fingers… not letters or words. Stars, hearts, diamonds.
Good to see you here. Your informative answers are always appreciated!
I love in inner arm tats. They look so cool kinda peeking out when your arm is down and pop when the arm is stretched out.
I would put the owl straight up and down (when your arm is by your side).