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Hey... Arm behind my back here. My name's oggamereaper. Ive hadna few tattoos already, but I'm really getting into it now. I have an angel on my chest, which I don't like very much; on my deltoid I have a web, deff needs some work; my wrist has a cassette tape exploding, also poorly made.. I'm here to show my tats to get some more insight on what I should do. I have some base ideas but I still would love to hear your feedback.

Don't know if I used the ; right but I tried and that's all that matters

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Are you thinking of having them fixed or covered or open to both? I'd love to see pictures of what you have!

Ya deff open to both but I know my chest is almost uncoverable. I will have to post a new thread in the suggestions later.

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