Sunday, April 19, 2009 3:25:53 AM
that second to last one is just an outline, he's trying to cover up the first one. that`s how big tats start, outlines, n progress to big ones. you can`t to a full big one in one day lol
Tuesday, March 31, 2009 3:52:35 AM
#9 Isn't a bad tattoo - he is getting ready to get it covered up. He`s in the shop getting it done, the purple ink is the outline they apply before you get inked, tards.
Sunday, March 15, 2009 9:12:15 AM
oh boy. these are bad. they probably weren't done by real tattoo artists. to answer the question: to become a tattoo artist, most of them find an apprenticeship, although some are self taught. they start off by practicing the drawings, then by tattooing it on fake skin or pigskin. when they are ready they need to tattoo something on themselves. next often, they tattoo on friends for free to build a portfolio or just to practice and to show they boss. after they`ve had all that practice and have the feel for real skin they are allowed to tattoo paying customers.