The placement Looks better, but thin lines just don’t usually hold up long term.
However, it’s your tattoo and you should get what you want as long as you understand the risks.
Good luck, and please post it when it’s done!
@Hogrider got what you're saying, the quotes are important for me but i do agree with changing it to dodge mistakes and blowouts,
so first of all, about finding the font, it is something that i spoke to my artist about, and he said that we would sit on it and find something that fits us both. And because I like to "do my homework" I am doing a bit of research beforehand
secondly, took to attention about the problematic areas, so what if I do something like this? (attached a new design), this way I have some more room for manipulation of size and position , as well as avoiding those wrist and elbow ditches
is this better?