|Ribs HURT on Mar 04, 2014 @ 09:41 am|
If this is your first tattoo especially, ribs are not going to be a fun ride. Keep that mind! Also, think about the way tattoos flow and how they go with your body, if the tattoo is more linear, it might look odd on your rib cage. You can ask your tattooist where they feel it would flow and work best.
|Picture on Mar 04, 2014 @ 10:58 pm|
Would love to see a pic...not showing up on my iPad? Is this your first tattoo...I have several and would be happy to share advice.
|pictureee on Mar 04, 2014 @ 11:15 pm|
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Theres the pic let me know if you can see it thx :)
|Hmmmm on Mar 04, 2014 @ 11:24 pm|
Not seeing it yours truly...but it may be me...I got a new iPad, and may not be looking correctly. I'll take a look on my PC tomorrow.
What I suggest you think about with any tattoo is how easy it is to cover if you want to. Not sure how old you are but you may change your thinking in the future. Tattoos on the rib are are more uncomfortable than on the thigh, but easier to cover up. Also, your thigh May get bigger if you get gain weight. If you haven't had children, I have heard that some tattoos can prevent you from having an epidural. Not sure if there is any truth to it, but may be worth looking into.