Diversity literally means anyone from any background. Especially in art everyone has done self-expression of art. That’s the beauty of it and diversity is a big part of art in my opinion. Diversity for me just means acceptance of everyone that’s the only way you can really do it. You can’t be diverse and also
Diversity means an environment where anybody can succeed and feel comfortable doing so. To me, diversity is a celebration of people who have different perspectives, different backgrounds, different ethnicities, different gender orientations. And it really is what makes the world exciting. And makes it fun to meet people. Diversity means to me, people, really. I
For the passionate creatives: those impatient searchers who breathe inspiration in and out like oxygen. For the risk-takers: the ones who believe in dreams and don’t give up until they manifest. For the writers in ink: those who follow their own path and ink different, sharing knowledge and growing by helping others. For the generous
To be an apprentice, it really depends on your skill level, on how you advance into what you’re doing. You have to prove to me that you’re worthy to be a tattooer. You have to prove to me that you’re worthy to tattoo people. Really, when I came up as an apprentice, I didn’t touch
How to prep the skin for a tattoo. First I use an alcohol wipe that’s 70 percent alcohol. Most city ordinances that govern tattooing, which is usually governed by each county or state, they usually require at least 70 percent alcohol. Anything more evaporates too fast it has to sit on the skin to prep
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So my advice for aspiring artists is to draw. Draw a lot! Draw when you don’t feel like drawing. Draw your hands. Draw that building you pass every day. The more things you draw, the more things you know how to draw and then you can incorporate those things into pieces you actually care about.
This is gonna sound super cheesy but I would say don’t give up! Tou’re gonna go through highs and lows as you would in any career but the key is to keep going, keep drawing, keep talking to people. Keep pushing yourself. Just keep going no matter what obstacles come your way. Looking for a