I have been planning on getting a new tattoo for a long time. I was not impulsive when deciding the correct one for me (my default picture). It has a lot of significance to me, not just the painting but the artist, Salvador Dali, a madman who was masterful! The place I am going to is very costly and stated it would take 5-10 hours to do the work. They will have a better estimate once they look everything over more thoroughly. I know i am going to pay a pretty price but i love it and love what it represents to me. I told a few people and I was discouraged (based on price). I feel like i was completely shot down. When is it ever the right time to get a tattoo when it's very expensive? Why is it that the representation, desire and meaning behind it is not supported? It was suggested to "wait" when I have more money (i will get this tattoo in installments so i can pay for it). It was suggested i put this image on a shirt! All people think of is money and can't seem to understand why i would spend that amount on a tattoo....just would like feedback. Thanks :)
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