Tribal tattoos have been practiced for thousands of years. Modern people still get them done for many reasons such as to belong to a modern 'tribe' even if they do it on a subconscious level. Getting tattooed was also seen as a rite of passage into adulthood.
Discover a tattooist you know you'll be able to rely on, and this also implies doing some required groundwork. Do not only latch on to the first one you find, whether or not the tattoo artist seems to have his tattoo parlor nearby your house or perhaps the place of work.
Time lapse video of the finished line work and color of a tattoo design. Started with a pencil sketch then scanned and finished in Sketchbook pro 2015. Thanks …
That's OK. It can be a little odd asking someone about something on their body, but rest assured, you are not alone in being a bit curious about the whole tattoo process. Not only has this form of body art grown in popularity, but for a time, television shows based on tattoos were all the rage. You gained some insight into the body art world, but you were being given more information about reality show drama than the actual tattoo work.
Most local tattoo shops have two or three tattoo artists at the most. So when you go to your local shop and ask them to design a custom tattoo for you you often are limited to only the two artists or so that work at that parlor. Sure this is okay but if you think about it only two artists is pretty limiting. Each tattoo artist has their own unique style it is after all. So you are limited to getting the look and feel of the tattoos artists that work in the shop.