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theshady-lady:

onemanbombsquad:

demonic-lionfish:

tattoopoo:

theshady-lady:

tattoopoo:

theshady-lady:

Starting to heal! I go in to finish her in a week 😱

for the love of god please wait and find a good artist to fix this.that outline is absolutely atrocious but it can be fixed up. once you shade and color it will be a lot more difficult.seriously don’t let whoever did that shit finish it.

I think it’s so sweet when people give an opinion I really couldn’t give a fuck about. It’s still healing. Quit being a rude ass bitch.

Healing is not going to help the shaky lines in this. I mean there are literally doubles of the lines of her silhouette where they went over them. Not to mention that it’s not even centered in the frame. And the frame itself is shaky and the snowflakes are really scratchy.I don’t understand why you wouldn’t want a better tattoo in the end, because this is fixable, but not if you go back to the same person that did the outline. Seriously I’m not even being mean about this. I’m trying to help you from making this a lot more difficult to fix or cover down the line.Quit being a sensitive baby and accept that you need a better artist to finish this so you will have a beautiful tattoo.

I love it when people can’t take art criticisms. All of my tattoos are basic and what some could consider bad, but they’re also not done and my lack of funds put me in a position where I got placeholders done first. Go to a good artist and if you can’t afford a good piece all at once, do it in installments to make sure you don’t waste your money.

if you don’t know what a good tattoo looks like and you pick the cheapest artist in town, don’t expect to get a good tattoo. This is a great example. It’s not necessarily awful, but the linework is shaky and that’s an indication the artist is not so great at tattooing. I really hope OP does get it fixed/finished by a better artist, because this could probably be a gorgeous tattoo if executed correctly.

Please, everyone, look here and tell me the artist I decided on is shit - http://m.yelp.com/biz_photos/ink-bottle-art-studio-sacramento-2?select=axfGDCQikS6pXhCdZG_3gQ
1. I did look for a good artist. 2. Money wasn’t even remotely close to a concern. This wasn’t, and when finished won’t be, a cheap tattoo. 3. A shit photo has got everyone flipping out about a tattoo.

a lot of their tattoos look pretty shoddy actually
i love how you’re so defensive about someone telling you it’d look better if you got it finished at a better shop. those snowflakes are hella uneven and the lines on the silhouette are awful. you being defensive about it is not going to change how it looks. if you like it, it doesn’t matter, but don’t act like people don’t have the right to tell you it looks bad when it does.

theshady-lady:

onemanbombsquad:

demonic-lionfish:

tattoopoo:

theshady-lady:

tattoopoo:

theshady-lady:

Starting to heal! I go in to finish her in a week 😱

for the love of god please wait and find a good artist to fix this.
that outline is absolutely atrocious but it can be fixed up. once you shade and color it will be a lot more difficult.
seriously don’t let whoever did that shit finish it.

I think it’s so sweet when people give an opinion I really couldn’t give a fuck about. It’s still healing. Quit being a rude ass bitch.

Healing is not going to help the shaky lines in this. I mean there are literally doubles of the lines of her silhouette where they went over them. Not to mention that it’s not even centered in the frame. And the frame itself is shaky and the snowflakes are really scratchy.
I don’t understand why you wouldn’t want a better tattoo in the end, because this is fixable, but not if you go back to the same person that did the outline. Seriously I’m not even being mean about this. I’m trying to help you from making this a lot more difficult to fix or cover down the line.
Quit being a sensitive baby and accept that you need a better artist to finish this so you will have a beautiful tattoo.

I love it when people can’t take art criticisms. All of my tattoos are basic and what some could consider bad, but they’re also not done and my lack of funds put me in a position where I got placeholders done first. Go to a good artist and if you can’t afford a good piece all at once, do it in installments to make sure you don’t waste your money.

if you don’t know what a good tattoo looks like and you pick the cheapest artist in town, don’t expect to get a good tattoo. This is a great example. It’s not necessarily awful, but the linework is shaky and that’s an indication the artist is not so great at tattooing. I really hope OP does get it fixed/finished by a better artist, because this could probably be a gorgeous tattoo if executed correctly.

Please, everyone, look here and tell me the artist I decided on is shit - http://m.yelp.com/biz_photos/ink-bottle-art-studio-sacramento-2?select=axfGDCQikS6pXhCdZG_3gQ

1. I did look for a good artist.
2. Money wasn’t even remotely close to a concern. This wasn’t, and when finished won’t be, a cheap tattoo.
3. A shit photo has got everyone flipping out about a tattoo.

a lot of their tattoos look pretty shoddy actually

i love how you’re so defensive about someone telling you it’d look better if you got it finished at a better shop. those snowflakes are hella uneven and the lines on the silhouette are awful. you being defensive about it is not going to change how it looks. if you like it, it doesn’t matter, but don’t act like people don’t have the right to tell you it looks bad when it does.

whyisyourtattooupsidedown:

fauxhawks:

THEY ACTUALLY DID IT

I don’t know how to feel about this

this is both funny and sad 

gerard why