bluebullets

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  1. bluebullets

    Asking for multiple sketches (any artists here to answer?)

    🤷‍♂️ I'm booked in for I think 28
  2. bluebullets

    Asking for multiple sketches (any artists here to answer?)

    Not unlikely. I'm disabled and my arm is EXTREMELY small. Don't quote me but I believe she had my forearm at 6 inches and my bicep at maybe 9? Aren't they usually 20-30 anyway? My uncle's was like 22
  3. bluebullets

    Asking for multiple sketches (any artists here to answer?)

    Yeah you're all supporting what I thought- it's weird and it doesn't seem like a fair ask. I would offer to BUY the second sketch but it still sounds dumb. Like I can't make up my mind over a 20 hour tattoo.
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    Asking for multiple sketches (any artists here to answer?)

    I'm gonna take that as disapproval lol
  5. Okay, so I have a rule with tattoos... I need to want a tattoo for at least 3 years before I get said tattoo. As it turns out, I have wanted TWO completely different sleeves for like 5 years now but I only have one arm available. I decided on one, but I thought about it, and what if I could see both and pick what I like better? Would you think I was an indecisive a**h**e If i asked you to design 2 different sleeves, even if i doubled my deposit as a tip for the second design? I'm not actually sure how much time a design takes- if it is a long time and they only do it because they expect the deposit to turn into a tattoo or not.. Honestly, as I write this, I feel like I'm being an indecisive ****.. if you don't know what you want, don't get a tattoo.. But I do know what I want... 1 or the 2 and can't go wrong either way lol
  6. bluebullets

    Tattoo blowout??

    I take fish oil. Are these supplements bad for tattoos in general or only during healing?
  7. bluebullets

    Whats going on with my tattoo?

    Clearly, I disagreed. It can be helpful to explain to someone that a fresh tattoo isn't indicative of the final result rather than simply swearing at them to wait.
  8. bluebullets

    Help

    See, Dan was using capital letters and being rude, and therefore, I made this comment. It turns out, you can give advice without yelling at the strangers on the internet.
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    Help

    Well seeing as I haven't had a tattoo in years and I follow my artists aftercare instructions, I haven't felt the need to look up overapplication of lotion. Further, seeing as my entire activity in the last few weeks has been me asking simple questions, one could infer that I am not, in fact, a resident expert. Appreciate the effort to be a petty douche and hijack this thread to insult me though.
  10. bluebullets

    Help

    just out of curiosity... How much is too much? Didn't know that was a thing.
  11. bluebullets

    Whats going on with my tattoo?

    What Dan means to say is.. You have to let it heal before you can accurately judge a tattoo. You can't tell if there's an issue in a week. Give it a 3-4 weeks. Go back to get it fixed if you don't like it
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    anyone have a high quality old tattoo?

    Consisting what I wanted to hear was pictures of aged quality tattoos and what I heard was DON'T GET A TATTOO. YOU SHOULDN'T CONSIDER LIFETIME DECISIONS...yes. Moving on though... I'll post pictures of my existing tattoos later. What do y'all think of this artist for a colour realism scenery tattoo https://instagram.com/amberrobyntattoos?utm_source=ig_profile_share&igshid=ezc7n1y106hg
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    anyone have a high quality old tattoo?

    I've been on this forum for 6 years. Play again. 😊. Anyone who craps on someone for considering a lifetime decision is just... Well.. incorrect. Weirdly enough I did need to make 10 posts. Might've timed out or something.
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    anyone have a high quality old tattoo?

    I have a 7 (I think) year old half sleeve (more like a very large tattoo than a sleeve honestly) and it's aged well even with a lot of time in the sun, but it's black and white.. I think color tattoos are notorious for fading aren't they?
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    anyone have a high quality old tattoo?

    Assuming the definition of a scar is a permanent mark, yes. That's absolutely what it is. I was being excessively crude to make a point though. I just hate people that get defensive about someone actually considering body modification instead of just going to a basement and getting some dyslexic $20 scratcher to give them a tattoo. I thought this was a high quality forum. I guess I was wrong I have a half sleeve that is about 7 years old. Black and white. Love it. I'll touch it up if it fades. Coloured tattoos age less favorably though I hear.