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Yard Bull

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  1. Looks like he went too deep with the needle and the ink bled under the skin. Only advice I'd give: see a dermatologist and don't get another tattoo from that artist again. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  2. Oh and you don't need a finished design, just a sketch and an idea, go to a shop and talk to an artist. They will tell you what will work and look good in 20 years on your skin. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  3. You might want to decide placement based on how easy it is to cover it. Wrist and neck tattoos are hard not to have people notice. I know plenty of people who have to work with bandaids or bracelets on. Go neck and wrist after everything else is covered. If I go to a job interview I can wear a long sleeve shirt and you would never know I have ink in my skin. As for the design I'd make the space between the gs long legs even and the loops line up. Good luck with your beliefs, I'm Norse Heathen so I hear ya. But where I live is much more tolerant so I'm lucky there, never thought of persecutio
  4. Look at their artwork, if you like the style then talk to them. Walk in 2 shops, you are bound to like one better than the other. I'm not saying you have to get something out of a book. A good artist will come up with a design better than anything you could come up with on your own. You can share ideas with them and it will help you find what you are looking for. And after it all if you don't like the design you are under no obligation to get work done. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  5. To get a good tattoo you need to find an artist that can work a design in your style. You need to go to every shop you can and look at their artwork, when you find someone that speaks to you with their designs then have a conversation with them about what you want and work out a design together. Tattooing is a personal and I believe partially spiritual experience and should not be cheapened by involving some kind of electronic device.
  6. Hi, I'm Yard Bull, started watching videos here years ago and decided to get involved in forums. Attached are the first and most recent tattoos I have done, on myself. They are my daughters and are my favorite kind of tattoos, cartoon/anime, I also love American traditional.
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