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.
A tattoo can represent something different for every person who decides to get one. Some might be commemorating a special event while others might be celebrating the life of someone who has recently passed away. Such a wide array of reasons exist for getting a tattoo that it makes sense that someone would be very curious to know what goes on in the mind of the client, as well as what goes on in the mind of the artist.
Hey Guys ! I’ve started a new series called ”What makes a good …. tattoo” In the first video of this series I tell you guys what makes a good traditional tattoo.
Considerations you should keep in mind when choose your tattoo style. Possibly the best source of inspiration when looking for a tattoo is tattoo magazines, they often contain full-color photos of truly first-class tattoos. Look for designs in magazines, books, posters, stickers, and everything else you can come across.
Bonus: Are Artists Available for Aftercare Questions? Your artist is the person you want to ask questions about when it comes to aftercare. Not only should a tattoo artist provide detailed information about how to take care of your tattoo, but they should be open to provide input afterwards because your tattoo is an extension of them. This is a big question to ask before getting inked.