Tattoos and Body Art

What is the best tattoo ink?


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2011-01-04 04:52:55
2011-01-04 04:52:55
the best Pigments (we do not use Ink ) is the pigment your artist likes to use if your a scratcher you have no biz asking the world of tattooers on here what the best brand is.. get an apprenticeship Man and you'll know all the answersAnswerIts people like the guy above that make it impossible to get a straight answer on these things! I was on here also looking for what was considered the best tattoo ink, not for career advice. Who said this guy was a "scratcher", just because he didn't get an apprenticeship? I learned how to sling ink in prison from some of the best artists you will ever see, and not one of them ever went through an apprenticeship. As a matter of fact, I'd bet their skills against 95% of the artists in your so called "world of tattooers"! Get off your high horse, your not in a secret club of elite members, Geez! That being said, I don't need an apprenticeship, I know how to tattoo, I'd just like to get away from making my own ink. Its takes a long time and I'd like to start using more color in my work. Can any one tell me what is the best brand of ink to use?Answer

It varies from person to person and shop to shop. There is no single great tattoo ink, I personally have three tattoo inks in me and they have all yielded satisfactory results.


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