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On 1/9/2019 at 10:56 PM, Decay said:


I am only starting my tattoo journey. I am fascinated with graphic and a bit gothic tattoos, but recently after reading too much LST and finding a brilliant artist specialising in Traditional, so now it is really tempting to add traditional tattoo to my wishlist.

The question is - will it look ok on the same body? Maybe there is a good way to concentrate different styles on different body parts? 

And how should I proceed taking to consideration my first and (for not so long) only tattoo?

Attached - first is mine tattoo, and examples of styles I would like to have. 

So.. where to put thin line and delicate flora/fauna piece, and what suits my tattoo the best - traditional or gothic?

Any advice will be greatly appreciated!








The one with zombie girl is just outstanding, where did you get such awesome design

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