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  1. Paul Nicholson

    Recommende Artist

    I am looking for a recommendation in Cheshire... I live in Sandbach. I am intending to get a sleeve done, and have collected and looked at lots of ideas already... made a small portfolio😬.. do s anyone have someone they would recommend? Cheers
  2. Hello, Just last week I went in and got phase 1 done of my sleeve. https://i.gyazo.com/08ce383409ce604f57a6fd724f605059.jpg My plan was for it to be a 95% sleeve, meaning I wasn't going to do the elbow. This first session was four hours, and I imagine that will be what we do each time. Due to money, I'm unable to do longer sessions. I've done a bit of research and read that sometimes it can be a year or two process. With me only being able to go in once a month, and that once a month session being four hours, I feel like it'll definitely be a year long commitment. I really want this sleeve, but I'm also not sure if I want to do this every single month. I guess what I'm hoping is that someone might be able to give me a close time frame as to how long this might take to do. One thing I have going for me is small arms, but one issue my artist ran into was due to how pale my skin is, she really had to take extra time to get the ink to stay. (or something like thhat)
  3. urema

    New sleeve

    Hi, Start of new sleeve - any comments on the placement and incorporating other parts into this sleeve. The writing on the wrist is a cover up. Thanks
  4. urema

    New sleeve

    Hi, Start of new sleeve - any comments on the placement and incorporating other parts into this sleeve. The writing on the wrist is a cover up. Thanks
  5. How’s it going brothers? I’ve been wanting to ask this question for a long time so here goes. I have around eight pieces on my left arm, and am contemplating keeping my right arm clean. However I am running out of space on my left arm and don’t want any on my front and back. I was thinking of placing only fine line tats on my right arm if I really have too. Although I am a tattoo enthusiast, I also am modeling and so my body is basically my brand, in a way, specifically as I plan on modeling full time soon. I want a distinct look, the image I’m going for is half preppy-half tough guy. I am quite thin, lean, but have broad shoulders. Fair skin. I believe in utilizing the spaces in between pieces, or our ‘clean skin’ to add to the aesthetic of a tattooed body. I been mulling over which ‘style’ to carry: Either- 1) one usual sleeve, right arm fine line sleeve, the tattoos sporadically scattered for the fine line sleeve 2) one usual sleeve, right arm having the usual tats covering the fore arm, upper arm fine line 3) one usual sleeve, right arm with usual tats covering the forearm and upper inner arm, leaving fine line tats segregated to the outer upper forearm. What are your opinions?
  6. so iv started my full arm sleeve and looking for ideas to finish it off. going to be all japanese as have two nice japanese pieces done already a koi and a tiger..any ideas on nice way to link them thinkin maybe foo dog maybe dragon or possibly just go with water rocks and flowers,any ideas? the koi fish was my first took 3hours and the tiger my latest and second ,9hours for the tiger was a long day but well worth it..
  7. XrayTech99

    Sleeve designs

    I am curious about full and half sleeve tattoos. I have seen so many different themes and unique designs. My question is do you as an individual come up with the design idea, do you and the artist dream it up together, or does the artist have the designs in mind or just dream them up based on the interests of the tattooee? I personally don't have an artistic bone in my body, but I like the designs when I see them. I would love to get a unique half sleeve, but am looking for some input on how others go about deciding on what they end up with. Thanks for your input
  8. so iv started my full arm sleeve and looking for ideas to finish it off. going to be all japanese as have two nice japanese pieces done already a koi and a tiger..any ideas on nice way to link them thinkin maybe foo dog maybe dragon or possibly just go with water rocks and flowers,any ideas? the koi fish was my first and the tiger my latest and second ,9hours for the tiger was a long day but well worth it..
  9. I didn't plan one of my tattoos terribly well as far as making it extendable. I've already extended it once and now the edges are curved and I have no idea how to extend it. I need help with designs/ideas that I can wrap around the image so that I can flow it into a nature based sleeve. It doesen't "wrap" around my arm properly, my fault, and now I want to make it wrap. Here is the one I want to extend. (My wife is Indian (so, naturally, my Kids will be half) hence the Om, and we were engaged and married on mountains.) I want to work on the part away from my body first so that it looks good from the side. Here is a picture of my full arm: Here is a closeup of my rose in case it helps bridge the gap; I eventually want a 3/4 sleeve:
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