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Advanced Tattoo Technique

Color Techniques For Tattooing

There is nothing better than taking a talent and honing it into something better then you ever thought you could. In this section I want to cover a few advanced techniques to better help you become a true artist. The problem is never seeing it inside your head, just putting it on skin. One of the best ways to improve your skill is to set up in your color work. Custom colors will defiantly make your mark in the tattoo field. Tattoo pigments mix very well together. Play with different color combinations to get some unique colors. Color blending is another technique that will bring your art to life. Currently there are about sixteen million color hues that the human eye can see, use them all. Take a plain old kanji (Japanese calligraphy) for example. Not every thing you do has to be solid black. One of my more popular color combinations is magenta and dark purple. You fill the kanji in with the magenta then wash the purple starting with the bottom as the dark line and

All Aspects Of Tattooing Out Of Hur Appointments Free Design On Custom Artwork

Tattoo Dualit

I've always loved the art of tattooing. People like Paul Booth are really inspirational to me. They bring the horror into tattooing, demonic images and things like that. And I've always been interested in the Occult, so that really struck a chord with me. You think how long it has been around (tattooing) and it's still a bit taboo. I started working at Eve's Tattoos in Buckinghamshire a couple of years ago and I just enjoyed the environment so much I wanted to part of that on a long term basis. But I don't think people would like my style either. My artwork is far more Impressionistic. 3

History and Basic Information

Think of it this way. A tattooist would be a person who can draw cartoons and not color over the lines. Where a tattoo artist paints the Mona Lisa and never had any lines to begin with. To be a tattoo artist you must realize that your art is not on paper. It is not, nor will it ever be flat. You have to make it curve and bend to fit your client. It has to fit there body just as much as it fits there personality. To be a Tattoo artist you can not just do small pieces. You have to work hard and learn and practice. You have to earn the trust of your patrons so you can stretch your legs artistically. As an artist you will have more ideas then you can pronounce, but you must not push your ideas on your patrons. Only suggest them and let your patron decide. To be a true master is almost a state of Zen, a feeling of nirvana, perfect. When we first think about tattoos we want to be the one everyone talks to at the party. We want to stand out in the crowd,...

Clients and Competition

Here are some rules to follow when it comes to clients. 1. Never do the same piece twice unless two people want a friendship tattoo. Respect your art and the rest will come. 2. Never tattoo anyone under sixteen. I don't care if there parent wants to sign for them. A fifteen year old never knows what they want, so you're just going to give them something they will regret and anyone under sixteen will not take the time to do what is necessary for the proper healing of the tattoo. It's your work, why do something that you know will get destroyed. 3. Never tattoo a diabetic or a hemophiliac. The diabetic will not heal right, and they are ten times more likely to get an infection than anyone else. If you want to ruin your reputation then go right ahead. While a hemophiliac will bleed out and only about twenty-five percent of the pigment will stay in them. If you guarantee your work then you will be doing touch-ups for the rest of your life. 4. NEVER tattoo anyone drunk or under the...

Tattoo Meanings

Wolf Tattoo Meaning

Sounds shitty, why would anyone ever want this job Tattooing is the greatest job on earth. You get to do things that most people would die just watching. You get to leave your mark on life. Tattooing is true life after death. Every person you tattoo on will remember who you are if you treat them right. They will tell your story to there grandchildren after you are long gone. Your artwork will live, walk, and talk to hundreds of people long after your death. This isn't a painting. It's not paper. You're marking someone's skin in a way that they will carry a piece of you with them for the rest of their life, and they thank you for it. You get to build something and watch it grow larger than life. Unlike a building, it can never be torn down, unlike music, it can never be forgotten. You will truly help people. These days in a world with so much pain and so many problems, we all need help coping. Tattooing is addictive more so than any drug. The reason is that it makes it all better. When...

Jobs Wanted

I am a 26 year-old male living in the west Yorkshire area. I have worked in a well-established tattoo studio, as an apprentice and now that I'm fully trained I'm looking for a more responsible role. I have a natural artistic ability, so I tend to do lots of free hand tattoos and original artwork, I specialise in realistic black and gray work but do enjoy colour work and the more traditional tattoos. I see myself as a very polite, responsible, friendly and hard working individual. I have no drug alcohol problems. I have a Full UK driving license and I am willing to travel for work. My Portfolio is available at request. Any interest inquiries please do not hesitate to contact. Luke Williamson 07394714653 Lukewilliamson_design hotmail. com (188) Apprentice wanted for shop in Ilford Essex. Must be a great artist and have good communication talking to customers please. Send some of your art work with your name and contact number to Viper studio, 91 Green Lanes Ilford Essex IG1 XL1 please...

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Randy Blythe Tattoo Penis

I got my first tattoo while I was on vacation visiting my very strict Japanese family and came home with hand grenades tattooed on my chest. They were not very happy about that recounts Jennifer Martens. The fact that she was only 16 at the time might have added to the family's shock and awe. They couldn't have been too surprised, though, since Jennifer's been into tattoos and piercings ever since she can remember. I love that you can express who you are and your art through tattoos.