ChaosDani

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Hi Everyone,

I am doing some research for my next tattoo and I figured I'd hang out here and learn a few things. Right now I'm researching artists. I have a number of ideas in my head, but nothing that I'm dead set on. I figure the design will depend heavily on the artist I decide on, so I'm not getting too caught up on having to go with a specific design.

Anyway, looking forward to getting to know everyone.

Dani

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welcome! sounds like you're on the right track on your own and you're in right place if you happen to have questions or seek advice.

where are you from and what kind of tattoos do you have already?

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Thanks for the welcome. I'm from Pittsburgh. I only have one piece so far, but it was done at different times as separate thoughts, so I guess you'd say I have two tattoos? I have a large raven on my ribs, and I added on to it with a filigree background last year. I'm not really sure what style you'd call it.

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