1 Jan 2013

Tattoo Drawings

Tattoo Drawings
Tattoo Drawings

Before you embark on the great journey of getting your great idea turned into a tattoo you’ll need to have a tattoo drawing first. This is basically just a rough draft of your preliminary design. And it’s a step that you can begin yourself even if you have no artistic ability. Once you get that brainstorm of an idea then simply take a piece of paper and sketch out the design. It doesn’t matter if it actually looks like what you want the finished product to be. Don’t worry, your tattoo artist will take your tattoo drawing and use it as a starting point for your tattoo.

He’ll then work from this basic blue print and expand it till it meets your ideal. But, maybe your not comfortable going this route. If that’s the case then don’t waste a minute worrying about. Your local tattoo artist will have a large collection of tattoo drawings otherwise known as flash. You can flip through these designs and choose the one that suits you. You can then have the artist do the design exactly as it appears in the tattoo drawing or have him add personal touches to it for you. Remember, the sky’s the limit and your tattoo design is limited only by your imagination, the amount of skin you have and how much your willing to pay.

21 Dec 2012

Tattoo Drawings

Tattoo Drawings
Tattoo Drawings

Tattoo drawings is the first stage that happens before a tattoo design even gets started. Unless your choosing a pre-made tattoo from a piece of flash, which is another story altogether. Here’s how the process works, follow along if you will. You go down to your tattoo parlor and ask the artist to draw you up a design. He will probably ask you a few questions like what you want, how big and in what colors. Then the artist will make a tattoo drawing from your specifications.

After he completes it, he will then ask you if you like it. If there are any changes you want made to the tattoo drawing, now is the time to do it. Then the artist will confirm that the colors are correct.. If all goes well then the artist makes a stencil out of the tattoo drawing. He will then stencil the design to your arm and the actual tattooing will begin. If all works out then you will end up with the tattoo of your dreams. It will look like you want it to look. And to think it all started with this one little tattoo drawing that was done on a piece of paper!!