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ScribbleBeth

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  1. Hi, I've been trying to find an appropriate thread to ask this question - so apologies if this is the wrong one! I was interested to read the debate on the use of thin or fine lines in tattoos. I've recently been asked to design a tattoo for a friend (silhouetted angel on a background of flames to go on his upper arm) My artistic style is quite fine, detailed and scribbly - hence my username (my website is my username.com if you want to see examples of what I mean). I've been researching tattoo design and have asked other friends and they have warned me that thin lines may spread or blur over
  2. Hi, I've been enjoying looking at some of the tattoos on this site and they look fantastic. I'm an artist and I've recently been asked by a friend to design a tattoo for him (Silhouetted angel against a background of flames to go on an upper arm) - I don't have any tattoos myself but I'm quite excited about this project. I've been researching tattoo design as obviously I want to do a good job for him and give him something that he can take to a tattoo artist and it work. My artistic style is quite detailed and scribbly (hence my name) and I'm a bit worried the lines may be too fine to trans
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