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Seeking Advice for Tattoo Cover-up

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Hello, I'm obviously new here, & I've heard a lot of great things about this forum so I figured I'd give it a shot.

My main reason for joining is because I am in desperate need of advice for a cover-up of the tat I got when I turned 18.

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As you can see it's fantastic. On top of it being a bright green square its also slightly crooked (The way I'm standing trying to take the pic myself makes it look a lot worse)

I've got a rib cage piece of black & grey roses and a compass, so I'd like to stay away from more roses. Ideally i'd like to use as little color as possible as well, but I'm open to whatever needs to be done to save me from the "Yea I think your tractor's sexy" comments every time I go to the beach.

Any advice is greatly appreciated.

Thank you

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You'll probably have to go fairly large, but otherwise should have good options.

Subject matter is something you'll have to figure out. Possibilities are infinite.

Agreed = where are you, so we can recommend good shops/artists?

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