this one is big no
Get them to get one as well. We are a tattooed family here (both my wife and my 19yo have them, and my 13yo is waiting to hit 18 to get inked too)I just canceled my appointment for tomorrow. Partly because of some work stuff that has come up but also because I was having second-thoughts. I might reschedule or I might decide that my interest doesn’t outweigh the grief from the missus and kids (the only others who would see them).
Get them to get one as well. We are a tattooed family here (both my wife and my 19yo have them, and my 13yo is waiting to hit 18 to get inked too)
Man up and do it yourself.Trying to get a booking out of town with my work schedule is impossible- I’m just throwing away deposits.
I’m not really loving any artists in my city (which is insane, given the size of this place), so I’m starting to think about commissioning the artwork by someone I like and then get a local to do the inking. But it’s hard to find good tattooers willing to ‘copy’ other people’s work even with full permission.
Really digging this:
I’ve certainly dated a few demonesses!
I’d love to.
What artist? Any details you’ll share? What’s their wait like to get an appointment?
Do they do sexy demon nymphs to posses my soul and drag me to the underworld?
do you have any connection to the area or the peoples or you just thought it looked cool? no judgement just genuinely curious.
need to see the tat of my boy JimiAll my tattoos have some sort of meaning, but not necessarily a concrete/direct one. I’ve always been attracted to Seattle, it was important to me musically when growing up, and the first time I visited I fell in love with the city, its chill vibe, and how it seamlessly intertwines the urban and the wild.
I have a tattoo of Jimi Hendrix in that same arm (a Seattle native), and another one that is sea-related on the other arm. I’ve always found the
“Spirit” of the Sockeye salmon fascinating - a species that can survived landlocked, but at the same time is always swimming against the current