Michelle

My first child portrait tattoo

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looks very nice,I like it,I don't usually see child portraits that I like .

Thank you very much :)

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looks very nice,I like it,I don't usually see child portraits that I like .

Thank you very much :)

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Don't have the real thing to compare it to - that would be for the parent, I guess. I understand the pressure of doing this, much more than a celeb, parent, or grown child thing. They are only that age once.

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Wow!!! I normally hate portraits because they're so difficult to make them look good, but when they REALLY DO look good it's amazing!! And you are just 1 year and a half tattooing!?!?! That's incredible, I will love to see your masterpieces after 5 more years!

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