First Tattoo - Anxiety

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20 hours ago, Wolves said:

Thanks man, I’m slowly growing more and more into it. I take it more as brutal honesty which is sometimes needed.

Because that's what it is. Glad you get that, @Wolves.

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Honestly, as far as I know it looks pretty solid. I could not imagine it without any black around. I mean, it is a cool piece, without this background the white wolf could not be so cool to watch.

A week ago I got my forearm tattoed too with a wolf, and the artist just did an absolute masterpiece. He hasn't told me that he wanted to use that much black, but he just went straight. The result is simply amazing, now that it is healing the wolf is like a pencil draw, and the black around gives prominence to the wolf face. 

Anyway, as the others said, just deal with it, I guess you will like it way much more once it will be healed! (sorry for my bad english)

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