DjSotio

Help with new tattoo design

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Hi guys,

I am about to make a tattoo and i want your opinion.

Should i keep the word 'family' or should i remove it? Or maybe do you have another word about family and bonds.

I like the style but not so much the sound of the word.

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I think it would look better If the bottom of the board was waves instead of the stripes and they broke out of the edge of the board like the palm tree. I'm not a fan of the family as is, but then I'm not a huge fan of text in tattoos personally. I think it could work a bit better in a different colour and placed above the palms.

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