InkPlease

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About InkPlease

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  • Birthday 08/31/1992

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    Twin Falls, Idaho
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    Tattoos Duh

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  1. I've read a lot of good stuff on how to care for a new tattoo, but what I want to know is how to care for a tattoo in the after years. What were and are your steps to keeping your tattoo looking good years later? :confused:
  2. the best tattoo is a bigger tattoo, the two you have looks more like one big piece and that gives it a more impressive and more detailed look. I dont know I think the same thing about not just traditional, but all styles of tattoos that way. More is better
  3. Pros of the show: Having Oliver on the show and the fact that the judges teach good from bad Cons of the show: Over dramaticised, a stupid time limit, not enough focus on the art and artists The show is just not what I was hoping for, who knows maybe it will get better?
  4. The show just ended and I will not be watching the next episode, it was just terrible
  5. Yeah the overly hyped dram bull shit is freaking annoying, I think that Oliver needs more air time because he is a funny SOB and I think it would actually be more interesting if instead of competition it was just about the art and artists, but hey thats just me
  6. Anyone watching the new Ink Master, sorry if there was a previous thread I couldn't find it. They're tattooing pigs right now and the work is looking pretty good, I'm just not a fan of them having a time limit.
  7. Props to Norman "Sailor Jerry" Collins, without his influence its hard to imagine where the tattoo society would be right now without his work. RIP
  8. The longest I've gone without getting tattooed from legal age was about 5 months, just got the outline of the koi rib tattoo done about four weeks and will start coloring in two weeks. Nothing quite as exciting or nerve racking as getting a new piece to the collection :)
  9. I'm no tattoo artist, but I think that the top three for 2012 is going to be: 1. Script Calligraphy Style 2. Tigers 3. Cartoon Characters
  10. I hope to get my rib koi finished, then get to work on my chest, and start working it all into a traditional meets new school japanese sleeve and chest. Just can't do it all in one year, but it does look like its going to be a good year and hope everyone has a bitchin 2012, except until the Apocalypse comes :)
  11. All of my favorite works are all copyrighted and rightfully so, but luckily one of my favorite day of the dead girls is not and it was done I think this year by Liz Cook. I really love her work also I do not own this image and this is not my tattoo.
  12. Thanks man I'll have to check out 1896 sometime and see where that takes me
  13. It's not so much the city as its the artist if I find a really good artist in Boise then I'll check them out and take a look at their work. If I find an artist that I like who is in another state then yes I would be willing to wait, but I don't know what next city to move to as I chose Twin because of the school and I know people here so I guess wherever I can find a good job is my next move so I don't know where I'm going next so its all random and crazy for me right now. If you know some artist work that I should look at I would love to as I'm always looking to expand my horizon.