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Meanings behind some traditional tattoo's

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22 hours ago, theoaustin7 said:

honestly,am not a fan of tatto,but i love seen it ,its a form of art to body if it were properly done

Finding the right artist is important. One who understands your wishes, is creative and of course a master in tattooing. You both have to be on the same level when starting.

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I love the Japanese style, especially a bit older ones which manage to stay intricate and simplistic at the same time. Personally I have a full sleeve on my left arm, and am looking to start the work on my right arm still this year.

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On 8/3/2018 at 11:10 PM, P.E. said:

Finding the right artist is important. One who understands your wishes, is creative and of course a master in tattooing. You both have to be on the same level when starting.

maybe i will give it a second thought in the future but its not in my mind to do that for now

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On 8/6/2018 at 11:56 PM, Gates said:

although I have not one tattoo. but it's true art, very complex and painstaking

The good thing is that the pain stops once the needle leaves the skin, but the burning and possible swelling will take quite a while to heal. But as my tattoo artists says, "No pain, no gain".

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