Senin, 17 Januari 2011

Tips For Getting Your First Tattoo

Some people such as myself spend a lot of time thinking up different tattoo designs, or spend a lot of time looking through books trying to find something that’s unique and fun enough to actually want on our bodies. It was a priority for me when I was getting my first tattoo, and really you should make finding high quality art a priority of yours as well. It is not as if you can just rub a tattoo off if you don’t like how it looks, so try to get professional art the first time. I’m not referring to the tattoo artist mind you, but rather the picture that he or she will use as a guide for the tattoo that they will be putting on your body. There are some other considerations as well that you should think about before getting your first tattoo.
The first decision you need to make is often the hardest for people, which is why I spend so much time talking about it. I know I struggled with it as well, but you need to figure out which set of tattoo designs you really like for your first tattoo. I’ve heard a lot of horror stories about people getting tattoos from artwork they had a friend draw or that they picked out of a book in the tattoo shop and hating it a couple months later. My advice here is to avoid all of that generic low quality artwork. You would really want to look at the tattoo designs that a professional can make you. If you think about it, you can buy a single painting from an artist for a couple thousands dollars, but getting tattoo designs is far cheaper. You can typically get a lot of artwork for about $20. That’s a steal when you consider how much time the artist spends producing such high quality artwork. It really only makes sense to when you consider how little it costs and that you will have that tattoo on your body forever.
Another immediate consideration in the process is to figure out how large you want your first tattoo and where exactly you want to get it. Some people like their first tattoo’s in a place that everyone can see them. It can be a matter of pride in their artwork, assuming that they started with a quality tattoo design [] to begin with. For others it may be a matter of professional image. Some careers are actually helped by having high quality artwork tattoo on the people working in them. If for instance your work in a conservative environment and wear short sleeves, getting a tattoo on your arm may be a poor decision.
Do you remember what we just talked about? I hope so because it’s important to know before hand exactly where on your body you want your artwork for the rest of your life. So know that long before you set foot in the tattoo parlor.
The second thing to give some thought to is how large you want your artwork to be? Will a full back sized unicorn still look like a unicorn or more like a sickly horse in 40 years? Smaller tattoo’s seem to retain their appearance for longer periods of time, so consider the size upfront. This is important being that this is your very first tattoo.
The worst newbie mistake on the planet when it comes to getting your first tattoo – what was it? It was using the generic art in tattoo shops. Remember, this is something that you will have for the rest of your life, and it’s not worth living a lifetime of regret over a tattoo when you can spend so very little up front and start with a really high quality piece of art to begin with.

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