Hello, everybody, this is postoral, and I’ve got a little bit of information for you about How to deal with a tattoo artist. Today I think it’s going to be good stuff for you. If you are going to get your first tattoo. please read 16 things before getting a tattoo article too.
They love their job, and there love to tattoo It with love hanging out with you guys. But some things happen that are a pet peeve of there.
There are some tips on how to deal with a tattoo artist.
If you’re going to be late call and if you’re going to be later than half an hour. You might not even get in because that half an hour chunk might take time out of the next client’s time. There don’t want to have a client sitting around for half an hour waiting when they had their part appointment at one o’clock.
Have them wait just because you were late, that’s just not going to happen. You might be asking to leave and reschedule one thing that bothers there. when somebody comes in and there have the phone, and there say
“I want this picture right here can you draw that?”
“No oh, we cannot draw that from a picture this size.”
It needs to do your homework, and you need to print out all of the reference pictures that you want to cooperate possibly perfect introduced to there will not reproduce any tattoo. So bring in a lot of references or design your own tattoo. another pet peeve is just walking into the shop not knowing is what you want, not knowing. Where you want to put it but just make sure you come in with a good idea and where you want to put it to understand what you want. If you are a woman and you can get some ideas by reading this article the best place for a tattoo on a woman.
There do not mind readers something that bothers there personally is when you come in with your whole posse, and you’re trying to make an appointment. When your tattoo artist we posses all screaming and yelling all that stuff and looping
it up and you’re trying to have a conversation with your tech boys.
Just go by yourself that is important to go by yourself. So you can concentrate, and your artist can concentrate. So they can transfer what’s in your head down to paper. Then to tattoo, you walk into the room don’t walk in like you own the place you need to learn how to read the room.
What I mean by that is walk-in read the room. See if someones might be having a hard time getting tattooed you never know you don’t want to distract them with your rowdiness. Don’t bring in your posse. Bringing in your posse is just going to make everything we don’t need that. Okay, people who put their headphones on and start singing to the whole room. So here you are working on my arms way down here. I left my arm shakes my arm shakes a lot if you’re just giggling arm shakes still.
You play in a game. You’re if you’re playing a set up here and your tattoo or this is working on your back. You’re moving. A lot of people you
know do that. So just don’t play a game just kind of show you need to chill out.
Some people like to talk when they’re getting tattooed. If it helps there out a lot that’s fine one other ex person for there is okay when you’re getting the tattoo. That’s fine by there Lilith, it kind of drives me crazy, is when you people that get are getting tattooed. They ask you to change their music. When you walk into somebody’s house, and you don’t like the music the playing. You ask them to improve their music.
Always listen to your artist. This is the essential thing on How to deal with a tattoo artist. You want a custom piece, and you bring all your all of your ideas to jot it down so that there can try to get what’s in your head onto the paper.
Expect to put down money for that person your artist to draw. You don’t want your artist drawing for free. Drawing takes time. That’s one thing a lot of people don’t realise. Is as tattooer as there can’t just whip something up. I mean if you’re in there do something over and over as there do traditional work. There can pretty much whip something up not in five minutes, Not ten minutes. You’re going to give there an hour sometimes it’s just like boom. Okay. There’s got it, and this is going to be rad always listen to your artist. Okay, this is good.
Don’t come flying in and say I got this here tattoo the 30 bucks I need to cover it why are you charging me. So much to cover it when I only paid 30 dollars for it. Somebody’s kitchen magician that’s why you got it for thirty bucks.
I always listen to your artists. Sincerely if they ask you to sit still, please sit still just sit there and take it. When you leave the shop, the tattoo is clean, and it’s up to you. Not to get it infected and if you don’t have any tattoos. They’re not going to put one on your hand.
Next, it’s not going to happen you’re going to be fully covered if they’re going to be putting something on your neck or your hand.
Job killers that’s what they call these job killers. They’re a tattoo artist it’s not a job killer. One thing that drives there to drink and I don’t even drink is when people come in and say well I brought in this design and it’s only going to take you this long.
Every tattoo artist’s tattoos at a different speed. Another bad thing is going into the ocean, cold to any body of water, especially a hot tub. Hot tubs are like human bacteria frappe. Things don’t come in sick and if you spread your sickness to there.
That means that They’re got to take days off, and there don’t get paid. Hey man, we don’t have a 401k, we don’t have insurance. Most of the time, I mean, ones last time you saw a tattoo artist driving a Porsche. Huh if there are not wealthy people.
Listen to your artist, and you will get your best tattoo. If you just listen to your artist, Lorde people don’t come in and after you’ve been camping for a weekend and watch your feet tattooed.
Please, Jesus, don’t a man plays; it’s not up to there to clean your feet. I just run to the bathroom. Real quick we’ll clean up you really can’t stay this enough. But please call if you’re going to be late. Don’t rush your tattoo, don’t rush your artist. You can’t rush break necks. And this is my tips on How to deal with a tattoo artist. I love you guys I’ll see you soon, boo.