cyoonit123

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  1. As SStu said, you can't change it much other than to get some real dark to cover it. It's going to change color more and more anyways so I don't think you should do it especially at such an early point of getting tattoo. I'd wait til it settles more and is fully healed before you become to dislike it. but it doesn't look bad in my eyes! just my 2 cents
  2. cyoonit123

    Blown out ?

    I actually really dig this but please let it heal properly and see how it ends up. Are there quality issues? yes. As previously stated, I also would recommend a different tattoo artist. With that being said, I promise once you get more and more tattoos around and make a sleeve, you won't notice the issues that you are bringing up now (or atleast you won't notice it as much). Just gotta own it and move on
  3. If it's 2 different body parts, you should be fine but it really depends on which body parts and your tolerance to everything. On the outer parts of my arm, I was a-okay. once he went even near the armpit, I had to tap out early. Especially if your artist is heavy handed, it's going to be a lot of work. Also keep in mind that traveling abroad can also be exhausting, which can factor into your tolerance to pain during your actual appointment. Regardless, best of luck!
  4. I did 3 days in a row 6-8 hours each day all on my arm. It healed fine and i'm very happy with the result but jesus christ do I never recommend that for anyone lol. I was so drained by the third day that I didn't feel like speaking and just wanted the tattoo to be done.
  5. Really thoughtful. thanks for the tip!
  6. What do you tip them? I haven't gotten a touch up yet but I never thought to tip them.
  7. Been a while everyone! Hope everyone's doing well. Here's some more progress on my sleeve!
  8. Hey Yall, If anyone is going to the tattoo expo in NYC this weekend, I'll be there tomorrow! No tattoos but just going for fun and checking stuff out. Let me know if you're going and want to meet up at all!
  9. Hey! Wouldn't by chance be going to the empire state ny tattoo expo would ya? In any case, i did a 3 day marathon and boy was it tough. i did the ole soap and a balm that my artist provided. With that being said, you should 100% ask your artist(s) as they know how they tattoo and how their tattoos heal for the most part. They should tell you what to do but i've heard many great things about saniderm. Best of luck!
  10. It's no wonder you are labeled as "Champion" under your name..
  11. My next one is scheduled.... but it's too far away ☹️
  12. cyoonit123

    Hi!

    I agree with everyone. I'm sorry you had people making you feel bad. I just don't see how you could add to it without making it more complicated. It's a hedgehog and will always be a hedgehog. Don't be too harsh on yourself and just rock it!
  13. cyoonit123

    Regards

    Couldn't agree more with both of you guys. My first tattoo was extremely meaningful but full black and in the middle of my forearm to cover scars. I still love it but it's in an awkward place and so I won't be able to complete a sleeve unless I get a tattoo around/lasered off. I would say really take your time and make sure your artist is actually good and don't look for "cheap" artists.
  14. cyoonit123

    Hi!

    I tried googling hedgehog tattoos in japanese style and there wasnt any helpful pictures so i have no basis at what that is "supposed" to look like. With that being said, i'm curious to see what the drawing itself looked like. The second picture angle makes it look perfectly fine. If it's way too far off from the drawing and you're that unhappy with it, I would go talk to the artist about it. But if it's in your artist's style and looks similar to the concept drawing, sorry to say there's nothing that you really can do other than to look into lasering/coverups way down the line. I would let it heal completely first and see where to go from there? You might be judging your own tattoo a bit too much, but I only say this because i'm not sure what the concept was supposed to look like. Keep your head up and good luck!