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I have an anchor tattoo on my ribs. It was my first. And i want to add more to it. Keep it traditional. But i wanna add color. I like the modern spin on traditional. I need ideas how to incorperate them. Im not an artist by any means! Please shoot your ideas. Thanks. 

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1 hour ago, SStu said:

Nice start.

Where do you live?

Thanks. Bay Area in California. I really want to add to it. with more traditional stuff. sparrow/roses/ship/waves/fish.... somthing like that. i just need some inspiration and idea from people with a more artistic mind then mine.. lol

 

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12 minutes ago, SStu said:

Nice. You're in one of the tattoo artist heavens, over there.

Ya forsure! I think im gonna check out Alameda Tattoo. One of my friends has gotten alot of great tattoos from there. i just wanted a few ideas before i go in and talk to them. 

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On 8/12/2016 at 6:03 PM, mtlsam said:

Traditional enough for tattooing. If you want top notch work in a traditional style look no further than Blackheart tattoo! You cannot go wrong there!

ok cool thanks. ill check it out. 

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3 minutes ago, SStu said:

spend some time on this forum soaking up some knowledge and learning about things. You'll be glad in the long run.

YES! I am learning alot on here! finding some cool inspiration to come up with a good original idea to add to my rib-cage piece. if anyone has idea please let me know!

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I might get it done by either Billy Darr @ Alameda Tattoo or Rich @ Delta Art & Tattoo. Both are really good artist at good reputable shops. think i am going to go with a NeoTraditional style. throw a shark in there with maybe a ship wheel or ship or squid. somthing like that. once again, i am a metal fabricator, not an artist... so i usually leave the design part up to them. :8_laughing:

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