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Any suggestions where to take this? I was just going to do this with a super simple color scheme. Brown, red, light and navy blue, green, yellow. still have shading left too... he didnt want to work on the lower shit after the outline.

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seeing as the drawing part is on the simple side (and i dont mean simpleton side) keep the color scheme simple too. keep it a good simple tattoo. no need to bust out any color tricks and chrome shit out.

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loos sick man!! i would stick to the basic colors myself...maybe just do black red and yellow..it'll look tuff as hell...

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Looks amazing and the solid red is nice and in there. The wings could flow a tiny bit better as they transition from top to bottom but there aren't many other issues than that which aren't just a matter of opinion. Looks real cool. Bet your client was happy to be done, hahahah!!!!

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heavy black just not to far so it doesnt take away from the rest, simple colors are good doesnt look like adding a crazy one off color will add to the tattoo, but the direction i would take that is to the bank cause it looks like money. good job man

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