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thread: Wrist tattoo

  1. #19
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    I could, that's a definite maybe Lime


  2. #20
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    Do you have an artist in Melbs?

  3. #21
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    DH has each of the kids handprints on his wrists (DDs was only done yesterday), he didn't think it was that painful (it only took about 40 mins though)

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    That's a cool design. Perhaps if you get white lines either side of the black ut would help stop the bleeding. It will bleed in time/ stretch whatever so maybe a little bigger?
    on the calf would look cool or inner arm

    Sorry if it doesn't make sense, the barefoot princess is covering me with kisses

  5. #23
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    What about just up from the wrist on the inner forearm?

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    My wristImageUploadedByTapatalk1344548373.409167.jpg didn't hurt at all and it's been done twice.

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    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1344548477.895785.jpg
    Butterfly is the new bit. Hurt for a few days after but think that was the position I was sitting in

  8. #26
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    What about just up from the wrist on the inner forearm?
    I asked boytwin and this is the place he suggested too, it is probably my favourite suggestion atm

    Lime, I go to a custom studio in Geelong. They are all very good and happy to say no if you are asking for something they don't excel in, so I'll find out from them who is the best person to do fine lines and hopefully I can get it done local.

  9. #27
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    Just make sure whoever you go to is good with fine lines. I've seen some very reputable tattooists blatantly refuse to do finer detail in case of bleeding or because they are pompous and don't believe in anything but old school line thickness.

  10. #28
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    I am a bit concerned about that. My regular tattooist doesn't outline tattoos a lot of the time, hence why I like his style, but when DH went to get some lettering on his knuckles he refused to do it and referred him to someone else instead (in the same studio) so that does reassure me that he will say no if he's not confident to do it.

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