If I was to get a piece on my rib cage (left side, right next to the boob) of a compass, how could I work it so I could have the possibility of starting/continuing piece with it, but at the same time it not look like it's missing something? if this at all makes sense. Like, I don't have anything else planned at the moment for my ribcage, but if in the future I wanted to, how could I plan the tattoo to incorporate the possible future ones? andy ideas? thanks c: you're awesome, btw.
This goes for all tattoos, since I think once you get something on your ribs you’re not gonna wanna add another thing haha pain central.
What we did when my sleeve was still a half sleeve was add some filler into the piece. Little dusty-yellow flowers. Once I decided to keep going, every little bit got more flowers. It ties everything together and makes it look like one big planned piece, instead of little individual pieces.
For other tattoos you could do this with leaves, bugs, feathers, jewels, or really anything else. Then the next pieces would have that in them too, and it will all tie together visually. Just get a great artist who can see it through from start to finish!!
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