johnsonchicklet

Please advise on inner arm tattoo

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Hi,

 

i had this Tattoo done about a year ago. I like the simplicity of the design and the size, but if I look super close I can see some stray lines, especially around the letters. I’m not sure if that is normal bleed out or if the artist had shaky hands. I have another one by her that has no such imperfections, but it’s less of a rigid design than lettering. 

 

I am debating either getting someone to go over the letters with bolder lines, or getting a quarter sleeve to eliminate so much white space. The other option is to leave as is. 

 

Looking for some advice or thoughts from more experienced tattoo people (this is my 3rd tattoo -  all are fairly small and simple) 

 

thanks!

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27 minutes ago, johnsonchicklet said:

Everyone says they don’t see it.

That should tell you something.

I can see the little wisp of a line at the bottom of the the dot on the i. If that brothers you I'd think it be super easy to fix just by filling it into the dot.

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