Robbie Kass

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  1. Studio 7 Tattoo is currently looking for a full time drug and drama free artist with a minimum of 3 years professional experience and a strong portfolio to accommodate our heavy walk-in traffic. If you have a friendly disposition and meet these requirements please contact me through my website Robbie Kass | The Best Tattoos in Wilmington
  2. you're welcome, and thank you for the cynical remark:}
  3. For all those "glow in the dark" tattoo questions Black Light Tattoos | Robbie Kass
  4. Robbie Kass

    owl in progress

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  5. I've had a lot of people ask me, so i wrote this article. Price Shopping | Robbie Kass
  6. prismacolors are revered as some of the best colored pencils on the market... the price reflects that
  7. I’d like to take this time to express my thoughts on the current misconception about lower back tattoos. 10 years ago if a woman entered a shop inquiring about getting her first tattoo, there was a 80% chance it was going on her lower back. It’s a great place for a decent size tattoo and the location affords the owner the ability to choose whether or not it’s seen based on their wardrobe selection. The advent of the term “tramp stamp” has discouraged so many ladies from getting tattooed there that I can’t even recall the last time tattooed one. The derogatory word “tramp” in the title spawned from the fact a girl had a tattoo in the first place as if to indicate the tattoo alone made her low class. Being as though the lower back was the most common area for one to appear it became associated uniquely to that body part. So in turn, if someone avoids having that area inked to evade accusations of a slutty stigma all they are doing is sacrificing prime real estate for a contemporary taboo. Moral of the story, get your fuckin’ back tattooed:}
  8. Tattoo Kits… Just say no! | Robbie Kass
  9. Robbie Kass

    Howdy!

    thanks Iwar. its a personal rendering from a customers vague description of the elusive "tatzelwurm" in alpine folk lure. i rather enjoyed doing this little fella.
  10. respect to Peter Lagergren, they are dope!
  11. i love drawing and tattooing hands, there are so many points of articulation and ways you can manipulate them that it stays enjoyable every time.
  12. that kid needs to put that cash to good use and find a decent artist.
  13. i can't stand dave nevarro.. he reminds me of some version of a 90's emo ken doll... +just because you got a handful of shitty tattoos 20 years ago doesn't qualify him to judge them on their artistic or technical integrity.. so in short, i don't really follow the show;P
  14. either would work well, i'd say it depends mostly with the size of the space you have available.
  15. some styles can mix well, it just depends on how the artist you choose puts it together. sometimes certain types of art are tricky to merge so choose your artist wisely.
  16. in my opinion it depends on the quality of the work. i would have liked to see a pic of the tattoo with this post to give any sort of educated insight.
  17. if they are visible tattoos id let them know ahead of time so its less of a shock when they come see you.
  18. Robbie Kass

    Howdy!

    hello everyone, i just figured i'd take the time to introduce myself + if i understand the site rules correctly i need to leave a post here before i can make use of the other forums. any who, I'm a tattoo and airbrush artist here in wilmington, NC. if you guys wanna' check out my work you can take a peak at my website Robbie Kass | Robbie Kass