Tylenol is not a blood thinner, it should be fine to take before the tattoo,
the best things you can do before a tattoo is mentally prepare for it, put yourself in a pleasant place in your head,
perhydrate the day and night before and get a good nights sleep,
eat a really good healthy meal right before the tattoo,
bring sugary candy and water with you to the tattoo,
I bring skittles and M&M's,
I also bring a banana to eat half way through,
eat a little candy throughout the tattoo, it will make you feel better.
don't forget to turn the sounds off on your phone during the tattoo,like the ringer and text alerts, it's the polite thing to do.
I like the new guy's style, too.
Highlights and some outlining added to the top might help it, applied by the right person. Print out a photo and have him show you what he's intending.
I don't know about the Tylenol question, but I doubt it'd help much. It's just a sensitive area and it's gonna suck.
Some time ago I have posted a tattoo that the guy screwed up. The tattoo is going to be "repaired" guy said that he needs a full session to make it look good. Meanwhile he is doing me this to join both tattoos together there will also be colours like orange eyes and pentagram and flames around the horns. But I couldn't last the whole session so he only finished the contours it was painful much more than the chest. The only place I had a bit of relief was the middle of my belly. So here is the question is Tylenol ok to use before the session.
And could you give me any personal opinion what do you think about this idea of tattoo. Is it going to work I mean the top tattoo is kind of more realistic style and what is going to make on my belly is not going to be so much realistic. Personally I really like his style and the idea to put a bit of life to the top tattoo with colours but would to hear some honest opinions.
So as you may or may not have seen there were some request to start a new area for tattoo designs (thanks for the feedback!) so the LST Team decided to add a new tab obviously titled "Tattoo Designs" as you are here. But no one seems to be writing anything so I figured I would make an intro to our new tab and try to throw some gasoline and an M-80 on the fire to get it burning!
Please do not let the title of the tab limit your writing, pictures, ideas, creative muses, etc to tattoo designs but let it be any art. What, who is your muse for a piece and how do you decide what genre/format to do it in?
We see hundreds/thousands of dragons, tigers, skulls, roses, nautical, script, girls faces, daggers, yada yada art yet it continues to be done. There is nothing wrong with any of the above as I always enjoy seeing each artist or tattooers flavor added to it. For all you "foodies" out there think of the various spices or flavors chefs try over and over to make their own unique meal. Their own unique burger, grilled cheese, salad, you get the picture!
Oh yeah if you have art or flash or tattoo machines or what have yous post some info with a link under the "Vendor Marketplace" as that are is pretty silent as well and we hope will generate some new business for you!!
On with the bag of M-80s, lets do this.........
I think the best roses are done by Tim Hendricks and would love to hear how he came to how they are now???
What was the coolest tattoo you've ever seen and/or tattooed on a guy and why?
What is the most attractive spot for a guy to have a tattoo?
How about some pictures to accompany the stories and thoughts?
okay, so, first off...i'm not sure if this is the place to ask this on here or not, so somebody let me know, haha.
I'm considering getting a Northeast shader frame to do a build on...does anybody have an opinion on these frames? Good? Bad? I'm assuming the brass ones are pretty hefty...
And what happened to Paulo Fernando frames? I built on a few and really liked em...now poof! I cannot yet make frames...and really enjoy doing builds.
This one's for artists and collectors alike. What's the longest you've ever sat for a tattoo and (for artists) the longest you've ever worked on a client?
I've had several 5-hour sessions, which is kinda pushing it, but once, I sat for 9 hours. Without a break. Overnight. File under never again. The worst part is that I didn't really plan for a long session--it just ended up taking forever.
I'm sure some of you have some crazy stories, possibly involving Shige, Filip Leu, and/or Chris Trevino. :)
For the record, the last 4 tattoos I got took under 3 hours, combined. Much more fun!
Just found this via Tim Hendrick's posting on his Facebook Page:
8th Annual Fresno Tattoo Convention
Saturday, April 30 at 12:00pm - May 1 at 10:00pm
Fresno Convention Center
700 M Street
Tattoo Artist Seminars
Looks like a damn good time if you ask me!