What's the "correct" way to do things
I'm beginning the process of wrapping my lower leg. I'm somewhat new to the tattoo scene. I do know there are no "rules" but more of a practice with certain styles. I am maintaining a fully traditional style. From the majority of what I've seen of traditional work, there is space left between each separate peace and sometimes filled in with the dots and stars. My question is. I've seen some cases where all of the tattoos overlap, leaving no vacant skin between them. Is this practice frowned upon from a traditional standpoint? Thanks in advance
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Haha I watched the whole video! Funny guys :D Would be good to see fresh content in this section, Ive got alot of old stuff to go through but modern opinions (or old opinions on modern subjects) are always good value as the art seems to be changing so much at the moment