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Beginning Tattooing Tips : How To Apply A Tattoo Stencil

July 19th, 2010


Learn tips on how to apply a tattoo stencil to the skin with tips from a professional tattoo artist in this free skin art video clip. Expert: Jesse Bradley Bio: Jesse Bradley has studied many different art forms since 1994. In 2005 he opened his private tattoo studio on Riverside in Valley Village, CA. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan

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25 Responses to “Beginning Tattooing Tips : How To Apply A Tattoo Stencil”

  1. comment number 1 by: tunataint

    AWESOME TIPS! THANKS ALLOT. IM REALLY SICK OF THESE BLOATED PIGHEADED SO CALLED PRO ASSES THAT ARE PUTTING DOWN PEOPLE THAT PUT OUT THEIR TAT TIPS. LETS SEE THESE PUSSIES DO BETTER, WHERE ARE YOUR VIDEO TIPS? AGAIN THANKS ALLOT AND KEEP GOIN.

  2. comment number 2 by: shimmisking

    STOP SAYING ”KAY”

  3. comment number 3 by: ddaybmx

    gotta say tattoos are great but very addictive to get

  4. comment number 4 by: antrodriguez69

    I like his info as a og tattoo artist…he is not a actor, just a pro passing his skills.

  5. comment number 5 by: MaygenStorm

    @bowlinwes300 you can use vasiline to wipe it off. it seems to work better for me but u just use a little bit. and plus it helps with the bleeding too.

  6. comment number 6 by: MaygenStorm

    uhm no you will not have to buy a new stick of deodorant you putting it on clean skin. its not like hes putting the deodorant on dirty skin. even though it proboly would be a good idea to clean the area after shaving it. and stop hating all of yall saying he does bad tattos and all this other shit hes probboly 110 % better then any of you fools.

  7. comment number 7 by: aguerria13

    I SAY THIS GUYS VIDEO CLIPS ON TATTOOING HAVE BEEN SOME OF THE MOST INFORMATIVE IVE SEEN ON THE WEB AND HIS WAS ACTUALLY THE FIRST ONE THAT I FOUND THAT TOLD YOU JUST HOW FAR YOU SHOULD BREAK THE SKIN SO GREAT JOB “EXPERTVILLAGE”

  8. comment number 8 by: dela213

    i just use a very light coat of Greensoap and water mix and it works rather well for transferring stencils to skin.

  9. comment number 9 by: jsalcomm1

    thank u for your input man.

  10. comment number 10 by: RBMayhem

    If your just tattoo your self only the deodorant stick seems like a good idea for transfering stencils. Thanks !

  11. comment number 11 by: RazorRivetRiot

    The tattooist keeps stealing the client’s cheeseburgers. Yeah, I would stay away from using deodorant unless you want someone to get sick.

  12. comment number 12 by: zxcv2412

    @dogsinyard
    HE….CANT…..TATTOO. He just confirms it with his ”informative tattoo tips”!
    All of a sudden, there is thousands of tattoo experts, and for your information, NOT EVERYBODY DOES SHITTY TATTOOS WHEN THEY START YA GOOSE.
    LEAVE IT TO THE PROFESSIONAL TATTOOIST WHO HAVE EARNED RESPECT AND PUT IN THE HARD YARDS AND ARE RECOGNIZED FOR THEIR WORK.

  13. comment number 13 by: justplainmc

    Any fucker that would get on here an post videos on ‘how to tattoo’ should be publicly humiliated, hands broken, an shipped off to their own special place in hell…fuck off, and anyone worth a squirt of piss knows that…no shit..

  14. comment number 14 by: RBMayhem

    Thanks for the info much apperciated, ignore the idiots posting BS comments I do.

  15. comment number 15 by: thevirtualnightmare

    i love blood born pathogens!!!

  16. comment number 16 by: hongkong57

    i use green soap…to me i think its better.

  17. comment number 17 by: depikt

    i tattooed myself the other day and i got an infection. it’s kind of green around it and kind of yellow. if i want to touch it up can i just do it while it’s healing right now? i tried to tatto the same devil guy on my neck and it looks ok. i think it might need a touch up though.

  18. comment number 18 by: SuperTeedogg

    no one ever told me to let it dry!, finally now i wont wipe off the complete stencil while i tat, thank you

  19. comment number 19 by: ethernetstd

    Deoderant is a terrible idea…. what happens if you nick your client shaving and then wipe their blood all over your deoderant stick while applying your stencil…. Do you just go out and buy a new one, or do you use it on the next client. Based on teh fact that he just capped, it I think we can assume what happens….. Cross contamination, great teacher there…..

  20. comment number 20 by: ethernetstd

    @Icemac78 no they don’t, that is the lubrication not the stencil application…..

  21. comment number 21 by: ethernetstd

    @bowlinwes300 Trust me dude, your not going to be able to just make it, it’s a tincture and will cost way more to make than to just buy the shit.

  22. comment number 22 by: gus361

    420 dude

  23. comment number 23 by: TheSkavenger13

    alcohol…it’s not really the best for tattooing, technicare is great.

  24. comment number 24 by: bowlinwes300

    @Icemac78 its too “greasy” and takes too long to dry in a busy shop time managment is very important

  25. comment number 25 by: bowlinwes300

    can anyone please tell me what is in the green soap like the actual ingredients of it i can’t seem to wipe my ink away cleanly

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