AtlasShrugged

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Sure thing. The reason I joined this forum is actually because I wanna find something to cover both of these up completely, or at the very least make them look less like an ed Hardy shirt. Please let me know if you have any ideas. 
 

I like anything with florals or Ancient Roman/Greek themed but I’m open to other styles too.

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Those are both light enough to cover pretty easily, especially the cat. The real question is what/who you want to do the job - and will their style/outcome prompt the question of lightening them even more with a couple of sessions of laser. All of that would have to be answered by the tattooist in question. 

Maybe we could provide you some options, but where do you live?

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I live in Montreal. The tattoo artist I consulted said it would be impossible to cover with another tattoo but that she could make them black and grey at least. Unfortunately, I researched that and most people say that that’s impossible.

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13 hours ago, AtlasShrugged said:

I live in Montreal. The tattoo artist I consulted said it would be impossible to cover with another tattoo but that she could make them black and grey at least. Unfortunately, I researched that and most people say that that’s impossible.

IMO that's a very much possible cover up,

there are plenty of good tattooers that specialize in cover ups,you just haven't found the right one yet.

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You've got lots of options. Figure out what style you want to look at forever and then we can help located capable prospects who shine in that style. 

If you want really bright floral this girl looks good: https://www.instagram.com/zema1/

Any black/grey realism specialist should be able to reproduce ancient roman/greek statues and such https://www.instagram.com/caponitattoo/ and https://www.instagram.com/uptowntattoosmtl/ are just a couple of examples . . .

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Thanks so much guys, that’s pretty helpful. It’s great that you found these artists in Montreal for me too, I really appreciate that. I’ll go to the shop you just posted and see what they can do.

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