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Old 02-07-2013, 03:11 AM
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Default Need help on cover-up...

Well it seems time and time again I hear how great to All or Nothing is so here I am...


Anyways, a few weeks ago I had an all out night of shenanigans. Awoke the next day with a horrendous raven tattoo. Needless to say I am less than happy with it and now seek to get it covered up. Here is a picture of my epic mistake...


I am unsure what can and can not be accompliahed with a cover up but my idea being that I would like something along the lines of this and have it be implemented with my inverted cross and possibly the Baphomet piece thats in the center of my chest and can be somewhat seen in the picture. I am pretty open minded as far as other cover up ideas as long as its not a bowling ball or gigantic panther haha. I had figured a series of deep black roses and adequate amounts of hair could be used to do the covering?



I stray from the topic at hand... Who would be a good reccomendation to see for this kind of work?. And I am really hoping this can just be covered without having to get a session or two of laser done to lighten it up before proceeding with a cover up? But of its what needs to be do e then so be it. I know I really would be better off diacuasing this face to face with an artsit but I do t even know who whom I would like to make an appointment with!

Thank you so much for any help that can be given
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Old 03-06-2013, 05:25 AM
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Default Re: Need help on cover-up...

Your tats look not bad
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Old 03-19-2013, 01:22 PM
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Default Re: Need help on cover-up...

you draw so the subject matter covers the existing tattoo, not look for an already done tattoo that might fit the shape.
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