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Queen Rocks

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  1. I think the placement is good as is. Try not to overthink it.
  2. @oboogieHave fun and be sure to share pics! 🙂
  3. Figured I'd give an update. My artist shared with me a couple of concepts (not sure it'd be appropriate to share out of respect) and they look sweet but it became more apparent to me that laser was the way to go. The old tattoo makes it very difficult to position Freddie's face without some of the lettering showing up. So I had my first laser session on January 20th. Painful as F***. Thank God it only lasted 90 seconds. I see a very faint difference right now, but I'm aware this will take a lot of time and patience to get the desired results. My artist says I'll probably need 3-4 sessions
  4. ...and blowout or not, no-one would probably notice but you.
  5. Yes, I'll use red again. My experience didn't scare me off at all. And to date, my skin is doing well with it.
  6. Your turkey vulture looks sweet. Thanks for the update.
  7. I can only speak from my personal and limited experience. My latest tattoo had red, but only very little (about the size of a jelly bean). It didn't take to my skin as well as the other colors...it faded and looked leathery (though I would describe mine as more murky or greyed out). Very peculiar, but it's nothing that couldn't be fixed with another quick session. Like ezh said, red ink can be more touchy than other colors, but it depends on the person's skin. Since it's only been two weeks, I wouldn't lose any sleep over it. Give yourself another 2 - 4 weeks to heal, at which point you'll be
  8. It looks fine after almost a year. You shouldn't worry about it.
  9. Yep, looks like your typical run-of-the-mill healing process. You'll be fine. Just don't scratch!
  10. I'm sure it's fine. You just need to wait for it to heal completely (4-6 weeks), and then make your assessment. And besides, most artists do touch ups free of charge. It'll work out in the end. Just be patient.
  11. Thanks, Erica. I'll be sure to share when it's finished and give any updates here. 🙂
  12. Number four here. I think your chest piece looks beautiful. I'm sure it'll blend well with the old art. Love the colors.
  13. Yeah, to my understanding, most places won't tolerate it. At least reputable places. Personally, I couldn't imagine getting work done while intoxicated. It's too risky.
  14. Thanks! Yes, I agree. He does some nice portrait work. I like this one he did of Jeff Goldblum a lot. And this also won't be his first Freddie. So I know I'm in good hands. 🙂 God knows I've seen some awful portraits.
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