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Where on my left arm should I get this? (first tattoo)

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Hi, i'm here to get some advice on tattoo placement for my first tattoo.

I'm going to get it on my left arm, but not sure where.

Also, I'm planning on having the artist remove the grass from the bottom.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, and also, thank you for having me 🙂

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This is a pretty good video to watch. I think she does a nice job of explaining placement.

I think the image would work well as lower or upper arm. Just make sure he isn't upside down. Lol Really, though, it's all subjective. Beauty in the eye of the beholder and all that. 

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