I have never seen a tattoo of a person from a photo that didn't make the person look so strange, with all due respect to the man's wife who died. The other picture with the mother and daughter looked like they had dirt all over their face. All they needed to do was change the tint from a brownish to a very light grey. Perhaps the artist was trying to age them a bit. As far as the misspelling goes, you have to wonder, is it the customer who insists on the spelling after the artist insists that the spelling is incorrect, or, do the both of them have no clue as to the correct spelling?
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