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Hi, I have two tattoos on my arm and have decided I want to cover my whole arm now. The swallow and rose on inner forearm, and cherub on inside bicep. I know its a little bit mixed style but I was wondering if i could get that turned into a sleeve? If not, best option for the future. ThanksIMG_0280.thumb.jpg.069968dbafd5144cc2df400f00f4786a.jpgIMG_0366.jpg.efacf5659a35ff935a9507605286ea84.jpg

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Your tattoos are beautifully done. :)

I am sure a good tattoo artist could get you all sleeved up and be able to tie the styles together seamlessly... any ideas what you would like to add to these?

Welcome to the LST forum. :)

Edited by littlefox1970

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Thankyou so much, thats good too know as i've previously been worried about tieing the two together.
I havent put too much thought into it yet, would be more focused on something that mixes the two well. Any ideas? :)

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No worries ... :)

You are the one who will wear them ... so while it's not necessary that they all be filled with profound meaning, I do think it's better if the ideas come from you.

Take your time and enjoy the brainstorming, which is a fun part of the process and leave the puzzle of making it work to the tattoo artist. :)
 

Edited by littlefox1970

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is it possible to fill in the rest of my arm with more traditional tats, then get it filled in with shading? Havent seen too much of this, thanks!

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What, like shading between all the tattoos? That would look strange to me. Just fill the smaller spaces with smaller tattoos and little stars and stuff. It's been done before. You're not the first to have several unrelated tattoos or even a whole sleeve of them. :-)

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