MsCreant

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About MsCreant

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    Tattoo enthusiast, art lover and dancer.
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    Ontario Canada
  • Interests
    drawing, painting, getting inked, dancing, singing, playing with children, reading, researching
  • Occupation
    assistant at an online learning centre

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  1. http://i532.photobucket.com/albums/ee321/Melodies26/554343_10151758165950381_1619789209_n.jpg A link to the pic...I have been going to the same artist. He is great, wonderful line work, easy to talk to and versatile. He moved away. I had to look for a new tattoo artist. I liked the work done at Armored Souls Tattoos and Piercings (downtown Toronto, Queen West). I originally wanted Suspiria to do a tattoo but when I went in there they all stared at me and asked which artist i liked the best. i felt put on the spot. I said all of them to be honest but mostly to be polite so they handed me to the least experienced one. i thought, 'i just want a traditional dagger so she should be able to do it'...... over priced!!! terrible line work however i do like it! the dagger means something special to me but she charged me so much. anyway i want your opinion on this tattoo...what do you think of it and is there anyway to make it look more professional?? perhaps just going over the lines and making them less shaky? Thank you! :)
  2. http://i532.photobucket.com/albums/ee321/Melodies26/554343_10151758165950381_1619789209_n.jpg this is my latest tattoo...I like it BUT the line work doesn't look as good as it should...if anyone can give me tips on how to make this a better tattoo if i can at this point or just general opinion i would appreciate it..should i get the lines fixed up by a new artist?? maybe something behind it or shading behind it to make it pop or stand out?
  3. thanks i am in Ontario and live fairly close to burlington!! thank you :)
  4. gorgeous tattoo!! i'd be proud to have it on my body.
  5. beautiful!! i wonder how they will look down the road though? aren't they a bit small to keep all the detail work as the tattoo ages?
  6. Looks great!! Just as a lot of others were saying-you just need more tattoos up your arm to make it look less weird sitting on your hand all alone.
  7. I always cover up all my tattoos at work. I work for a non profit organization. Too many people still stigmatize others with tattoos so I just don't show them and I try to keep my tattoos in areas that are easily hidden from view.
  8. For me the personality of the artist is almost as important as his skill. I will not go to someone who has a superiority complex or treats their clients in an unfriendly, cold or distant way. I need to have a rapport with whoever tattoos me and I need to feel comfortable communicating what I want.
  9. I am willing to travel within my province no more than a 10 hour drive...so willing to travel pretty far!
  10. I got my first tattoo around my 18th birthday with a close friend who shares the same birthday week. I got a small eye of horus on my left shoulder blade. I chose this one because Bif Naked had the same tattoo and I liked the meaning! Today it is blurry and does not look like an eye of horus at all. I liked it but now I don't and would like to cover it up.
  11. Hi! Melody is my name. I love art and tattoos. I have 14, 13 of which I'm totally satisfied but the last one I am not and that's why I joined this forum for more knowledge, advice and feedback. I used to have a great artist who moved away and I'm having troubles finding an artist who is as good and versatile as him!