Chris george

Tattoo advice needed

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00D60E44-1248-478E-A628-F25DECD2BF52.thumb.jpeg.0ee03a5b79c2dd15c7dc03b4c7cce8b3.jpegso this is my tattoo and I wanted to get something so it comes all the way round as a half sleeve but I have no idea what would go with this and fit in nicely and just wanted some advice as to what to add in the empty part also would it fit in natural with my tattoo?

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Yeah, those are traditional subjects/objects. There are lots of ways you could proceed with additions and that mostly has to do with what you might (or might not) want to look at for the rest of your life. If you don't have strong feelings about it then my recommendation would be to back off until you do . . . 

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