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How to Tattoo part 2

August 6th, 2010

A tattoo is a marking made by inserting ink into the layers of skin to change the pigment for decorative or other reasons. This video will show how to learn make tattoo design and shows many tattoo types. If youre searching for tattoo designs you can visit our free design tattoo site . You can find tattoo design you desire.

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21 Responses to “How to Tattoo part 2”

  1. comment number 1 by: jkm4201

    Re: Depikt (and the scratcher comment)

    First off, not everyone watching these videos are scratchers, I’m actually waiting on an apprenticeship slot to open up at a place in town I get my ink done at. Do I have a kit? Of course I do. Do I practice at home? Of course I do, do I put any ink on real people, fuck no I don’t. I practice on practice skin, pig skin, grapefruit and potatoes. I should also note, I take sterilization and cross contamination very seriously and practice safely.

  2. comment number 2 by: HitlessMelfice2009

    yeah im gonnago head and do Kermit the frog LMAO..gotta love family guy

  3. comment number 3 by: shimmisking

    That machine sounds like it’s not getting enough juice.

  4. comment number 4 by: looseheadprop11

    @depikt Easier said over the internet than done, not all of us are fortunate. And think of it, the old timers trained themselves, nothing wrong with doing so if you follow the procedures and don’t act such a clown about it, the hygene is more important than the tattoo at the best of times.

  5. comment number 5 by: HappenStance

    @zstahlg “2) Don’t know exactly you might not have gone in far enough and when it healed the middle of the line scabbed off.” I agree with this advice. If you don’t go in far enough the layer of skin you tattooed will scab off and peel (like it does normally for a tattoo), but since you didn’t go in far enough the ink comes off with the skin because it’s not in the deep enough layer, hence the ink disappearing.

  6. comment number 6 by: zstahlg

    @Tw0Swords 1) You should DEFFINATELY use pet. jelly(vaseline) or ive heard some people use A&D ointment. ive found that A&D creates smother lines but its slippery and you can fuck up lines if you go too fast. Vaseline is thick and sometimes your lines wont go in on the first pass. Either way, it hurts more without lubrication. 2) Don’t know exactly you might not have gone in far enough and when it healed the middle of the line scabbed off.
    Hope my shity advice was better than these assholes.

  7. comment number 7 by: juarez122191

    what the hell why does his machine stop buzzing so loud? doesnt that happen when you dig too deep?

  8. comment number 8 by: Tw0Swords

    I have two question?
    1. I dont use a layer of petroleum jelly does this really matter since i’m tattooing myself for practice?
    2. why do some lines i make using a 5lr split in two ?

    i am a beginner thank you ?

  9. comment number 9 by: krissthemusicman

    best video on youtube! thankyou so much!

  10. comment number 10 by: prinzessinparanoia

    @depikt dont you think someone whos just thinking about getting an apprenticeship would be glad to see what tattooing is about? I do so. I´ll get an apprenticeship and tought i think this vid is very helpful. sorry if i made some grammatical mistakes, i´m not native. And don´t take this as an affront, i´m just mentioning.

  11. comment number 11 by: depikt

    i have good advice for everyone! GET AN APPRENTICESHIP!!! STUPID SCRATCHERS!!

  12. comment number 12 by: majakrisk

    thank you 🙂

  13. comment number 13 by: RazorRivetRiot

    I think this guy is one of the security guards in Idiocracy. “This machine will tattoo a certain individual upon contact with of the skin to the needle of a pracitular standup.”

  14. comment number 14 by: ibringlulz


  15. comment number 15 by: firefighter5377

    Ok Scracther Im not! As explained I have been tattoing for over ten years, I own a shop! So I will say again, Im also a certified EMT, I know a little about blood born pathogens and changing ink threw a tribal tattoo again pure waste of time, and money, if you feel that is something you need to do than who am I to get in your way, but dont critic a person that does it the same way everyone else does that s ok!!

  16. comment number 16 by: ibringlulz

    oh ant you been tattooin 15 years?????????????? loooollllllllll the one’s in bubble bum packets dont count.
    13 year old tattooist lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol fire up that home made kit and spread the aids.

  17. comment number 17 by: ibringlulz

    have i ever tattoo’d – yes
    do i change ink half way during a tribal – yes read my comment on why.
    in fact i work in a shop do you????
    i guess not now go back to your scratching..

  18. comment number 18 by: firefighter5377

    I really like this video.. I dont do everything the same but its really a good start point, most of the people on here stating its bad truly have no clue what the world they are talking about very easy to be a critict when its not your work being displayed!

  19. comment number 19 by: firefighter5377

    That is the dumest think I ever heared what I hat emore than someone who missleads someone is someone who trys to critisize someone that is clueless!! Why wouldnt you use the same ink? Have you ever even tattooed someone before doubt it, this is a good start video, I like it and I have been tattoing for 15 years..

  20. comment number 20 by: ibringlulz

    you dont use the same ink for the whole tattoo change it because you will get blood and crap in it and dilute it simple fact most descent artists know!!

  21. comment number 21 by: goku947

    take this shit off

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