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Cody Deegan

First post by shop owner/artist saying hello

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Hi, I've been tattooing for over 20 years. I've been developing an iPad Pro app for tattoo practice over the past year and have been looking for ways to promote it. I bought some ad space on this forum and wanted to post in the marketplace section, but I guess it won't allow me to do that until I've done the initiation post and also contributed more posts to the forum. So this is my initiation post, "Hi everybody!" And I will look around the forums and see if there is anything I can contribute. Thanks!

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    • cool tattoo. no need to cover it up... it'll fit right in with a traditional sleeve no matter which way it's facing. don't overthink it! i'd say the "rules" are that tattoos should face forward if they're on the side and face inward if they're on the front or back. i did a quick search of Bert Krak's IG for some examples. The peacocks on the back of the calves both face inwards. But on the client with the eagle backpiece, you can see a skull facing in and a hannya facing out... and no one will say that one's right or wrong. it's not even consistent and it doesn't matter! 😃 Just keep getting tattooed and it'll be all good!
    • that's correct orientation IMO
    • should be facing into the center of the body, like you have it, right?
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