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I have a butterfly tattoo on my chest I got when I was 15 from a neighbor who was training to be an artist... He did a terrible job. (Full story in the subforum)
Anyways, I'd like to get it covered up in the near future or whenever we can afford it. Are there any rules for covering up a tattoo? Can you not cover up certain colors? Etc?
Any ideas on how I could cover it? I would like something that runs up my chest to my mid shoulder if possible... just not sure what.
I'm not much help because I don't know the rules for covering up, but your tattoo looks kinda faded so I'm sure any deep colors could cover it.
I would just choose what I want to cover it (do you like flowers? that could be really pretty! or stars?), and then go into a shop and talk to an artist so they could tell you exactly what they could do...colors, and placement etc.
I would agree anything darker should cover it. I would look at some ideas so you know what you want and then go see what your artist can do. I would thin some colorful flowers or even something tribalish would work. All depends on what you want.
It's faded considerably, and that should definitely help with the cover up. I would get some ideas of what you would want (get a few different ones), and take those to your artist and see what they think would best cover it up, and then have them draw out a few ideas and see what you like the best and what would be the best "outcome" so to speak.