Okay, long story short, I was feeling really rebellious or something when I was 18 and I decided to get a tribal arm band. The artwork itself doesn't look bad at all, its a nice custom plain black piece. However, now that I am older and realize I want more done on my arm than just that 4'' section, I've decided to extend it using a few more tribal patterns. I went to my tattoo guy a few days ago to drop off some drawings and stuff for general ideas hoping that he could sketch me up something and if I like it I'd get it on my arm. This is definitely going to be a really hard tattoo for him to draw up on paper, so he told me that he would rather just "jot" some stuff down and draw it physically on my arm with a sharpie the day I come in next time. I was a little hesitant to agree to this, as this is how my first tattoo was done that I partially regretted since I got it. Instead of transferring my drawing into a silkscreen majigger and putting that on my arm, he "more or less" drew it on my arm with a sharpie. I regretted this because I didn't really take the time to really look at what he had drawn on my arm, I thought it would be kind of rude if I told him I didn't like it. My question is: If I go in next time when he's finished my drawing and when he's done drawing what he thinks on my arm with a sharpie, would it be considered rude to possibly just leave with the ink from the sharpie on my arm and just see how I like it for a day or so? I'm not sure if he's going to charge me money to do this... that'd be a little weird if he did, but would not surprise me.