La Inked: Slinging Ink in the City of Angeles
***The Art Of Tattooing*** My clients are the biggest influences in my work; they give me the skin and inspiration to create. Something's you just can't do with paint on canvas. They really are the biggest influence in my work. The art of tattooing is in the ability to learn how to transfer one's idea from their mind to paper, to create a permanent piece of artwork in one's skin. Most of the time a client will be thinking about red but he'll say blue, so you have to predict that. Ultimately keep in mind the flow of the art on the body. You can have a badass top-notch tattoo but if it has no flow or does not fit the body, ultimately it will look like shit. ***Brandon Notch*** I asked some of my clients a couple questions to see what kind of unique answers I would get from the same question. Now you can see what people really think and read the answer to the questions you always wanted to know. ***Tattoo Questions*** A) What do you do for a living and how does that impact your choices on the location and type of tattoos you might get? 1) When did you start to get into body art and at what age? 1-A) what sparked the interest? 2) How did you get the idea behind your tattoo art? 2-A) what changed in your life or what made you think about caring that art on your body for the rest of your life? 3) What was the deciding factor behind choosing your artist? 4) What do you think or how do you feel when people ask about your tattoos? 5) Any thing you want to add to the world about, tattoos, tattooing, the culture, the life, your life, etc.
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