Advice for Aspiring Tattoo Artists – Glenn, Body Art & Soul Tattoos, Brooklyn

Advice for Aspiring Tattoo Artists – Glenn, Body Art & Soul Tattoos, Brooklyn

My name is Glen Bassetoro, if you need it. We are here in Brooklyn at Body Art and Soul Tattoo shop. The best advice that I’m always telling myself is if you’re scared of it, that means you probably really want it so just lean in to that fear. Fear is okay, it just means

Advice for Aspiring Tattoo Artists – Luisa, Body Art & Soul Tattoos, Brooklyn

Advice for Aspiring Tattoo Artists – Luisa, Body Art & Soul Tattoos, Brooklyn

Hi, my name is Luisa, I’m an apprentice here at Body Art & Soul. And right now I’m doing watercolors. Doing my colors! For artists, so. You are going to fall. You are going to fall a lot. But when you do, get up! Then just keep going. You can do it! So, you know

Advice for Aspiring Tattoo Artists – Body Art & Soul Tattoos, Brooklyn

Advice for Aspiring Tattoo Artists – Body Art & Soul Tattoos, Brooklyn

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.

Advice for Aspiring Tattoo Artists – Kaitlyn, Body Art & Soul Tattoos, Brooklyn

Advice for Aspiring Tattoo Artists – Kaitlyn, Body Art & Soul Tattoos, Brooklyn

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

Advice for Aspiring Tattoo Artists – Relic, Body Art & Soul Tattoos, Los Angeles

Advice for Aspiring Tattoo Artists – Relic, Body Art & Soul Tattoos, Los Angeles

Hi I’m Relic and I’m a tattoo apprentice here at Body Art and Soul in Los Angeles and my best piece of advice for somebody looking to become a tattoo artist would be to do your research. Definitely check out what it entails becoming an apprentice through traditional a apprenticeship at a shop versus a

Mike Rubendall – Tattoo Age – VICE – 2 of 3

Mike Rubendall – Tattoo Age – VICE – 2 of 3

CHRIS KOUTSIS: What’s up, buddy? MIKE RUBENDALL: How you doing, pal? CHRIS KOUTSIS: It’s going [INAUDIBLE]. What’s going on? MIKE RUBENDALL: How’s everything, all right? CHRIS KOUTSIS: What’s up, guys? How you doing? Hanging in there. MIKE RUBENDALL: We have to give them the tour. CHRIS KOUTSIS: Cool, yeah. MIKE RUBENDALL: They spent three and

When is it OK to Copy a Tattoo? // Pro Tattoo Artist’s share their opinions

When is it OK to Copy a Tattoo? // Pro Tattoo Artist’s share their opinions

Hey guys, I’m Memphis, and this is our channel COVERED: a channel for tattoo artists and fans Today we’re gonna be talking about copying tattoos. Where’s the line, what’s acceptable and what’s not? Traditionally tattoo flash was designed to be copied, but nowadays tattoo flash has become less and less common However the trend of

HOW TO OPEN A SUCCESSFUL TATTOO SHOP

HOW TO OPEN A SUCCESSFUL TATTOO SHOP

Today we’re giving you our tips and tricks on how we get our business as a tattoo shop to be busier These are just our opinions on things that have worked for us as owners of Grim City Tattoo Club. Hey guys It’s Memphis, and this is Covered One of the biggest pieces of advice