Tattoo collaboration & tip etiquette question

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I'm going to be getting a tattoo that's a collaboration with 2 artists. It sounds like one will be spending more time tattooing than the other because of the way it's being designed. How should I handle tipping each one? I've never had a tattoo done like this and I don't want to offend anybody.

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It's being done in 1 session. I'm getting Einstein done by Geary Morrill (Unkindness Art) and Mike Riina (Eclectic Art Tattoo Gallery). They have completely different styles so this should be fun.

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