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Sunday, 28 April 2013

Getting Tattoo Supplies is Cheaper than You Think

When the tattoo artist looking for reliable tattoo supply the main point comes before his mind that always got top class quality tattoo kits for cheapest possible price.

Many of the suppliers offer the tattoo kits at a cheap rate, but the problem with this is that the tattoo kits that are sold are of very low quality. It’s very bad feeling when you invest some money into a piece of hardware, and it fails during tattooing.That only happens when you look at the money and buy low quality products.The low-quality tattoo kit definitely pulls down your tattooing business forever.

The tattoo guns are plays most important role during tattooing; this is the product you cannot be ignored in case of quality because it directly affects or reflects your works in terms of your skill as well as production quality.So, I personally advice not to compromise in the case of tattoo guns.

While researching on the Internet about cheapest tattoo kits and tattoo supply I come across website, which consist of very good deals regarding all types of tattoo products. I have made proper hyperlinks to products, hope that will be more useful for readers. Enjoy tattooing at cheapest rates with quality tattoo supply. Cheers!!

Saturday, 27 April 2013

Tattoos By Corey Miller

Who is Corey Miler?? Answer is, he is a famous tattoo artist from the show LA ink. In this post, I am going to provide you complete information about Corey and his popular tattoos.

When he was fifteen-years old, he has started his career in the tattoo industry. Amazingly, the first tattoo he had created was an accident; In the year of 1982, he was part of punk rock band and decided to create his initial tattoo.That was the moment when he entered in tattoo artist’s profession. He curved his own tattoo on himself and also created his tattoo machine for that.He used a fish tank pump motor, a bent tooth brush, a tip of pen and guitar string as a needle.

Nowadays, he has his own tattoo parlor named “Six Feet Under”. The name of the tattoo parlor also has some part of history with it. In 1991, Corey Miller started his own tattoo parlor by partnership with two businessmen and after some time, he had some type of clashes with them, so he left that tattoo parlor and started the same job in his house.For that he chooses the basement room in his house and there only the “Six Feet Under” named discovered by him. Now he is working with set of the tattoo artists in the same shop.

Here I am going to explore tattoo designs by Corey Miller, hope all you fans of Corey like this page a lot. Cheers!!!

Sunday, 21 April 2013

Information about Types of Tattoo Needles

In the modern era of tattooing the tools and products used in tattoo creation takes most important role. The tattoo needle is one of the products used in tattooing. There are various types of tattoo needles available in the market, depending upon the tattoo requirements the exact needle used for that particular tattoo.

Round Liner Tattoo Needles: These types of round linear tattoo needles are particularly used for outlining purpose;it gives a proper tattoo outline. The main advantages of these needles are it results in sharper lines with less skin contact.

Bugpin Round Liners: These types of needles are used for super-tight outlining and fine detail work. These are made-up of set of 3-4 needles on the bar with 4mm taper to create sharper lines.

Round Shader Tattoo Needles: These tattoo needles are especially used in small skin areas for effective shading, filling colors, etc. These needles allow for more skin contact which results in extra deposition of pigment.

Flat Shader Tattoo Needles: These needles are particularly used for creating geometric shapes, straight lines, lettering, and shading. Flate Shader needles made-up of 4-9 needles on a bar with 2mm taper for deposition of more pigment.

Magnum Tattoo Needles: Especially use for large area of skin and coloring tattoo. These are made with 5-15 needles on the bar with short 2mm taper to cover greater skin contact for allowing the great amount of pigments.

Bugpin Magnum Shader Tattoo Needles: Invented for smooth filling with fast speed whenever soft blending is needed. It is made up of 5-17 needles, and short 2mm taper for more skin contact.

Double Stack Magnum Tattoo Needles: This type of needles set up with one row of needles stack upon another to make two rows and used for color packing or filling larger areas of skin.

Curved Magnum Tattoo Needles: In these types of needles, the outer needles are set shorter than the inside ones to create a curved shape. More useful for achieving soft edges when filling and shading. It is made up of 5-15 needles on the bar with a short 2mm taper for releasing more pigment.

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Sunday, 7 April 2013

Information about the Tattoo Price

There is one slogan in tattoo industry “A Good Tattoo Is not Cheap and Cheap Tattoo Is Not Good”. But I would like to include my personal opinion that expensive tattoo does not mean it is with high quality.

How a tattoo is priced  

There are two basically accepted tattoo pricing methods i.e. flat fee and hourly fee, and both have pros and cons respectively.

Flat fee: In this type of price estimation fixed types of designs like roses, hearts, etc. are decorated on the walls of tattoo shop with an exact price tag on it.  The tattoo price will be varying according to changes and complexity of resized and redesigned tattoo designs.

Pros:  It is very comfortable for customers to fixed budget of tattoo and just go with available tattoo patterns in the tattoo shop. In addition, comparison with fixed rates of tattoos available in different tattoo shops is possible with this type of tattoo price method.

Cons:  As the tattoo has fixed price tag, tattoo artist can say to customer that "This is price just make it or leave it".  As the tattoo design fixed the artist can cover it in hurry and finish the work as early as possible.

Hourly fee: In this type of tattoo price estimation method the fee will be charged according to the time or hours spend to create particular tattoo. The hourly fee tattoo price is varying according to tattoo shops status and tattoo artists experience. Depending upon shop, artist’s experience and quality it has been found that some tattoo shops charged $50 to $60 up to $100 per hour. I have also heard of some artists getting upwards of $200 - $250 per hour.

Pros: This type of pricing method is useful when the tattoo artist has enough experienced and takes only few hours or minuets to complete your tattoo with perfect satisfaction and quality.  It may be possible that some flat tattoo cost less when you go same tattoo design with hourly fee method.

Cons: It may be possible that tattoo artist purposefully extends the time for creating simple tattoo and make it more costly.