The Informed Client

About a year ago I Tattooed a peony on a young woman and I guess during our session I must have talked to her about the wisdom behind the Irezumi (Japanese) style of tattooing. I had not heard from her since. A couple of weeks ago she came in for a consultation and had all her ducks in a row. She had been researching the Irezumi style and decided that she wanted to get a Snake wrapped up in chrysanthemums as a half sleeve. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. Could it be? an informed client. surely the times they are a-changin'.

Encounters like these are starting to become more frequent, but are still few and far between.

Thank you for being a great client.


Here is the breakdown:

.Find the style you like

.Find the artist who specializes in that style

.Go to that artist and tell them the subject in that style you like

.Let them be creative.

or don’t let professionals do their job and get turned down by good artists and find someone who needs the money. Truth be told sometimes I need the money and end up doing tattoos that I think someone else could do better. This post and my entire internet involvement is all about getting the right people coming to me. The people who are interested in what I do and trust me to guid them.



This was the first session, but we are on a fast schedule, so more about this will be on the way shortly.

This was the first session, but we are on a fast schedule, so more about this will be on the way shortly.

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