What’s going in those gaps that are between the boarders of the engine and the skin ‘rip’?
I have a feeling those little gaps are going to make or break this piece depending on how they’re handled.
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The tattoo looks good to me. I think this is a case where you simply didn’t know what you wanted, gave the artist your EXACT description, and now are…[Read more]
better than it was before, for sure…. what’s with the circle on the front of your delt? If that’s part of this tattoo I think a perfect circle is a HIGHLY risky proposition, and you’ll notice that some artists stay away from them completely…speaking of which, who’s the artist (I also asked you that in your into thread so just one answer will suffice)
The tattoo looks good to me. I think this is a case where you simply didn’t know what you wanted, gave the artist your EXACT description, and now are having a case of buyer’s remorse due to your bad decision. My tattoo artist says this happens all the time. I chose my idea and am very happy with it, but if it went wrong…[Read more]
I am a government welfare fraud investigator as my main role.
I also do a lot of freelance writing and editing mostly academic stuff.
My dream is to one day be academic….I have so much respect and jealousy for that field that I’d rather not talk about it, lol….good for you tho man
@mrchen 104191 wrote:
I thought we had done thi sonce before……….
yeah, but it wasn’t started by me so it wasn’t as cool….get with the program mr chen, lol….kidding…..i didn’t do a historical search before starting a thread…i’m kinda the guy who just does it then asks questions later…oops!
I own a cremation service.
Now there’s an occupation I wasn’t expecting to see!
Do you talk to them before you introduce them to the oven? lol, I’m not trying to be sick but I honestly think I would if I worked that job…
StandardIssue replied to the topic Unlicenced Tattoist Discussion in the forum Announcements, Guidelines, Feedback And Suggestions 7 years, 12 months ago
there’s not much difference though i would imagine the cost of notepads and pencils dont cost 7k and you dont have to buy a big flashy machine not to mention the fact that you wont need one for a while anyway while you hone your drawing skills so you have more opportunity to spread the cost so you would probably save…[Read more]
While I’m not so much a fan of the enitre image of the ink itself….it is a beautifully done piece! It’s just not my style, but that’s cool, if we were all the same, life would be pretty dull….. awsome piece, great meaning, i’m assuming X that you’re happy with it…. so that makes it move from an awsome piece to a fuckin’ awsome piece,…[Read more]
oh geez… you’re not ready to be doing ink on living creatures yet… stick to practice skin.
As far as cost of a real apprenticeship, I’m currently working with a world class artist who had done one recently and charged $7K for two years, but has since vowed that he’d never do it again.
^^^my artist started as a scratcher until he finally got…[Read more]
It would be good if we could change tattoos like we change clothes but sadly until that day arrives, I guess we have to plan out what we want carefully before committing to it.
Sun Tzu in “The Art of War” once said ” A war is won before it has started” ……. I think that’s enough said, DantheMedic was just being…[Read more]
What Adler said^^ but you can always give Nick a try.
^^^ just because of the phrasing….not words I would expect to come out of buttwheats mouth….so, let me make it more clear…buttwheat approves of your choice…
this is true, and if i am wrong i shall apologise, we shall see! 😀
LOL (as i literally did)….best of luck to whitney, so I can get an apology! (and also for the sake of the skin of the experimental subjects)
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