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Tattooing Methods : How to Apply a Permanent Tattoo

July 31st, 2010

Applying a permanent tattoos begins with the outline, which should be completed in long, continuous strokes on the skin. Keep the skin lubricated with ointment during a tattoo session with helpful tips from an experienced tattoo artist in this free video on tattoo techniques. Expert: Chip Taylor Contact: Bio: Chip Taylor has traveled extensively throughout his 19-year tattooing career, and he spent many of those years working on the east coast at some of the best studios. Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

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25 Responses to “Tattooing Methods : How to Apply a Permanent Tattoo”

  1. comment number 1 by: pmatty77

    @architectus777 ….Too true i am ok at inking but cant draw to save my life,then again you can be a good artist but not necessarily be able to tattoo it on the skin..and i’m afraid being an artist is a gift

  2. comment number 2 by: marksart

    No splatter! Dude knows how to tune a machine! Gotta love the old school guys.

  3. comment number 3 by: MeghanBeth88

    @runningb3ear I hope your doing it in a shop and not a house…. because house party tattoos are disgusting. :/

  4. comment number 4 by: MeghanBeth88

    @zstahlg honestly, just use one needle and powerline. Do your line, i usualy use a 5 round, and then once you have the entire outline done, make another line right next to it with the same needle to thicken it up where you see fit. THeres no need to switch needles. 🙂

  5. comment number 5 by: architectus777

    @MARMARR1 Not exactly. Just like comic inkers don’t have to be great artists to be gret inkers although it is helpful. If a great artist draws the original, and you are a good inker, then all you need to do is trace the art, stencil it onto the skin, and ink the baby with a tattoo machine. Done deal.

    I’ve given several freehand tats myself, no stencil at all. But then again, I am also an artist.

  6. comment number 6 by: runningb3ear

    lol his accent is cool.

  7. comment number 7 by: runningb3ear

    @Tat2b I watch these so i can learn, i have done three tattoes they turned out fine, And i learned mostly from youtube, and every video i watched had coments where people were saying the videos were bad. CUZ THEY GOT O SKILL

  8. comment number 8 by: zstahlg

    QUESTION: For line variation, is it better to start with a small liner and go back over later with a larger one? OR better to use a larger liner and fix the small spots with a small one later?

  9. comment number 9 by: MARMARR1

    @beautifulburnett87 as all artists know, technique is a means to an end. all you ass-scratchers out there who go on about technique never seem to give any advice on how to draw, surely the most important and fundamental of skills to aqquire, the rest is just technical bull and can be learned by a monkey. as chris garver said:if you can’t draw you aint no tattoo artist.

  10. comment number 10 by: sarahseagott

    Lol, i’m pretty sure chip doesn’t care about the comments in here. just sayin he’s been tattooing for 19 years i dont think rude comments are gonna make him say hmmm maybe i shouldn’t tattoo ever again because some guy who lives in BFE and prolly makes love to his sisters say he sucks.

  11. comment number 11 by: Littlebigguns07

    No matter all the shit you guys talk, the true test of an artist is the finish product. If you have clean lines, smooth shading, and great color it’s a great piece no matter how it came together. One artist might find that starting left to right, up or down, and anyother way works for them and the piece is clean then it’s good work. Maybe all of you so concerned about his methods should, instead of posting your bullshit, post a video of your work so we can all quarterback that shit.

  12. comment number 12 by: dngcat

    @beautifulburnett87 it’s not my work on the vid..just querying ur statement because when i work i find it easier to go from the top left and work down so that im not wiping ink everywhere..ill try ur method next time see how that feels 🙂

  13. comment number 13 by: beautifulburnett87

    @dngcat u always want to start from the bottom you do good work but u are teaching wrong technique

  14. comment number 14 by: beautifulburnett87

    u should always do a lign right the first timeotherwise u will double line

  15. comment number 15 by: dngcat

    if ur right handed u would start from the top left and work downwards no??

  16. comment number 16 by: clubpenguin1241rocks

    omg why do people cuss for fun??

  17. comment number 17 by: governmentReBeL

    why do all of you have to talk shit about him i mean seriously come on DONT BE ASSHOLES

  18. comment number 18 by: windmonkey95

    @emord86 yeah u wur one of them huh?

  19. comment number 19 by: daveswick1

    Hes building his lines to desired thickness not because his lines aren’t going through, lames.

  20. comment number 20 by: restartthiswar

    why are you starting at the top??? AND not using an arm rest!? you suck

  21. comment number 21 by: restartthiswar

    youre a fucking joke

  22. comment number 22 by: WEKAWEKAVALLEY

    going over the lines twice?? cant he get it right the first time!!

  23. comment number 23 by: emord86

    i knew kids who sat in the back of the short bus who could line with broken crayons

  24. comment number 24 by: LamarJL

    if you are talented then you shouldnt be scared of loosing business.

  25. comment number 25 by: ManWitSkillzZ

    that foo runs his machine high as fuck.

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