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Trying to fix together my own design - Chess Tattoo

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Been playing with a bunch of ideas- This is the latest to go along the outer forearm - The phrase is French for "checkmate"

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Have you found a tattooer you want to do the tattoo?

If yes, you should take the idea to them, schedule an appointment, and have them draw something up for you.

If no, you should look for a tattooer in your area who has a style you want to see your tattoo done in. You can do this by either dropping in to shops around you or looking on instagram or facebook or whatever.  Find someone who has a style you like so you don't have to worry about the design.

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beyond recommending a shop or artist there is not much advice we can offer. sure we can say place it this way or that way, or make it this size or that size, but at the end of the day these are decisions you should be making with professional tattoo artist.

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