niceandall

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  1. niceandall

    Hi guys, and a question

    After sleeping on it, I'm still considering if I should go. I thought I could brush it off and just move on; whats waiting another week after a whole 2-3 months. But after reading the email again, I just see how unprofessional it is. Their email just, hey I need more time drawing, can we reschedule to this specific day. There was no sorry, there was no, are there any dates you can do. I guess it will just be something I'll have to think about some more, at this point I don't even care if I lose the deposit. The vibe is definitely important, I think I may just think about how unprofessional they were and how they disrespected my time while getting tattooed lol. I'll PM you SStu
  2. niceandall

    Hi guys, and a question

    Yeah at the moment I'm considering if I should go back to this artist or not. The whole thing left a bitter taste in my mouth. I do like the artist, their work is really good and fits what I want to tattoo; but like I said, the whole situation left me reconsidering.
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    Hi guys, and a question

    So I emailed them back saying I was free around the week of Thanksgiving and gave them two dates, and they said it would work. Do you guys think i should still bother going?
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    Hi guys, and a question

    This is a new artist I haven't been to before. So far all they've said is that they need more time to draw, they've been posting on instagram this entire week on tattoos they've been doing. So it feels more like they either forgot or just didn't plan well enough. It also just looks unprofessional since I did plan 3 months in advance and put down a deposit, and now it feels like I just wasted a lot of time as well. I've email them back with days I have free, but if they can't do those days should I try to get my deposit back or is that gone as well?
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    Hi guys, and a question

    Hello everyone, I'm new here from NY, I got my first tattoo about a year ago and was planning on getting my third one; Which leads into my question, I planned on getting my biggest tattoo about 3 months ago, I did a consult, planned the date 3 months in advanced, put a deposit, and took the day off of work. I get an email the day before my tattoo appointment asking me to reschedule to 2-3 weeks later, but I don't have anymore vacation days to use, so I'm in a bit of a pickle. Is this a common thing in tattooing? I know sometimes things happen but they only told me that they weren't ready to draw/tattoo yet.