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New Tattoo, Opinions?

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Hey everyone, my name is Em. I'm new here but I would just like some honest opinions about my new/ish tattoo.

I got it done last year September and I personally think it is quite beautiful but I would like others opinions about it. And if there is anything about it that I could get improved?

I have some more tattoo ideas for the future but just contemplating if I should get anymore or if I should be content with this one by itself.

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Thanks everyone :6_smile:

I think the next one I plan to get is going to be on my hip in similar colours but with a watercolour effect to compliment my owl.

I'm pretty excited about it! Thanks for the feedback!

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So long as you keep getting tattoos like this: crisp, bold lines, nicely colored inside those lines, little touch of negative space, readable from a distance -- you will be just fine. I'd say the tattoo you have is probably better than 75% of the ones out there.

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