Old 01-12-2017, 05:13 AM   #21
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I think his work heals fine. Took me a while to decide who I wanted.

I just got paranoid today with what that guy said. I've emailed pics to Jordan and he says it's fine.

Im happy with the tattoo and want him to finish my sleeve. Booked in again on the 12th December.

https://www.instagram.com/jordan_oterski/?hl=en
I meant the guy from the local shop, does he have an IG?

I don’t think you need to worry about your tattoo from Jordan
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Old 01-12-2017, 12:53 PM   #22
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I meant the guy from the local shop, does he have an IG?

I don’t think you need to worry about your tattoo from Jordan

I don't think so. He didn't mention.
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Seems to be healing ok. The crazy itching has stopped. I have a few tiny scabs in the deep blacks.
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Looks good, you might lose a bit of black when those scabs come off but it will be quick and easy for him to fix the next time you’re in.
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Thanks. I'm not too sure if they are scabs or bits of black dried skin that have gone hard.

I'm not touching or messing with them so I'm not sure.

Looking forward to going back on the 12th and getting my forearm finished. Upper arm will be early next year.

Gonna have a chat with him about having a full skeleton on my other arm.

The heal has gone well apart from my dog scratching my arm this morning.

I def think post tattoo pain is worst than the actual tattoo when it's a largish area.

I enjoyed having the tattoo. 3 days after was the worst.
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Haha, yes I think a lot of people will agree with you. Those first few days until it all settles down can be a pain.
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By the way .. killer tattoo . Super cool.

Yeah as mentioned you may loae a kittle black under the scabs but its a suoer easy fix and otherwise the tattoo is healing completely normal. Heavy blacks can be traumatizing to the skin .

I chalk up my rough heal to being dehydrated , which i was, I lost a little black in a few spots but nothing crazy just a tad here and there but I didn't follow my own protocol when it comes to healing. Take days off work etc

But super cool tattoo . Fuk your local artist . It was wayyyy too soon to tell and as mentioned I'd go show him

Nice piece . Cheers
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Haha, yes I think a lot of people will agree with you. Those first few days until it all settles down can be a pain.
Yes. It was like bad sunburn x1000 and it was pretty swollen.

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By the way .. killer tattoo . Super cool.

Yeah as mentioned you may loae a kittle black under the scabs but its a suoer easy fix and otherwise the tattoo is healing completely normal. Heavy blacks can be traumatizing to the skin .

I chalk up my rough heal to being dehydrated , which i was, I lost a little black in a few spots but nothing crazy just a tad here and there but I didn't follow my own protocol when it comes to healing. Take days off work etc

But super cool tattoo . Fuk your local artist . It was wayyyy too soon to tell and as mentioned I'd go show him

Nice piece . Cheers
Thanks mate. It was probably the same in my case. I don't drink as much as I should really.

It feels a lot better today.
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