|Trying to keep a straight face. Nah, it’s actually tolerable to the point that you can find pleasure on how it feels sometimes.|
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Upon arriving the shop, the whole staff was warm and friendly. You could tell it was real and sincere. They were real people. The artists are funny and cool too. You could tell they know their craft. Our assigned artist that day was Pat. Our designs are both quill. You know? The ones that classic writers used. It was meaningful for us because besides that both John and I are both writers; he has an ink tattoo on his hand that when placed beside my arm, it shows a pair of quill and ink. We complement each other. Mine has birds transforming which means being free.
|Shading felt like extreme vibration with occasional needle pricks.|
HOW MUCH DOES IT HURT?
|Loving the finished result.|
A tattoo is a permanent mark on your skin. It should be well thought off and given time. You should find right artists to do the job because if an artist does a bad job, it will be difficult to re-make and fix you tattoo. My first experience was quite nice and uneventful. I think I’ll be getting another one soon enough 🙂
Let me hear your thoughts. What do you think of tattoos?