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My name's Ed and I'm here to ask a few questions about getting an old tattoo covered up with a new one . . mainly to see if the professionals here think it's possible before going to a shop and wasting someones time. I have about 40 hours of tattoos and looking to get more.

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Here is what I am shooting for: tribal_tattoo_8.jpg

and here is what I have now: photo.jpg

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I don't want that guys exact tattoo of course, but something similar.

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Welcome to LST, my guess is with you wanting a tattoo with so much black it probably won't be too big of an issue to cover, the biggest thing will be finding a proper tattooer then consulting with him/her to give you the details you need.

In the mean time you should post up some pics of your tattoos, we dig looking at tattoos lol

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