LupeTheWolf

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Alright so I have my half sleeve, and it covers the whole front of my upper arm. But I'm curious what I could put on the under side of my arm? Any advice is appreciated! My other half sleeve is going to be from my elbow up to my shoulder and everything will be covered so it seems weird to have this one open on my under arm!

Anything animal related or a forest scene would fit, or should it be tribal pattern and have it come to part of my forearm?

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I think you would regret a tribal Pattern... I would always ask a talented tattoo artist, but maybe continuing a night scene would be cool/ possible

I'm sure someone will suggest something way cooler

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Find a reputable professional artist who perfects the styles you would be interested in. Set up a consultation and talk it out. If you choose the right tattoo artist you can't go wrong. You will be more happy with the outcome if you let the artist have freedom with the piece. Just give a rough idea of what you'd like to have on your skin for the rest of your life.

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