Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Last work day at Nansensgade

So, as the title suggests, Allan had his last work day at the old shop today, and i doubt that another tattoo will ever be made at that address.
At least i'm hoping that won't happen!
I've been packing most of the day and while it's a little weird to look at the bare walls and think "i painted that line" or take down a bunch of shelves i put up, i am not really feeling sentimental at all.
This has been a long time coming, particularly if you count the years we've been dreaming about moving, and we're so ready to start our new lives at the new shop.
Which is still not finished, but let's not get into that!

I wonder how we ever managed to fit this much crap into our tiny little shop?
Slowly getting there...
Bye bye

Moving day is this saturday, i hope it goes smoothly.

Ps, This is our 100th post on the shop blog, hurray for that!

Sunday, 21 February 2010

Sunday, 14 February 2010

Asking to see their portofolio

This is an important step before you use the tattoo, because it is one to judge that whether that will make your tattoo is an expert, should not you been tattooed by someone who was not an expert

In view of their portfolio are some things to note include: design own tattoo pictures (if there are designs that make you are interested), a combination of colors (to be seen whether the color is drawn according to images painted on the customer's own skin), line drawings ( whether the lines are etched image makers tattoo was perfect in the sense that no errors), do not hesitate to ask them you been tattooed process, whether they are nervous or shaky when making a tattoo
It is a few things you should consider before using the services tattoo maker

Saturday, 13 February 2010

Saturday with Sam's sloth

Vegan cake
Non-vegan snacks
Sloth, bloody sloth
Sam, baker of the cake and owner of the sloth!

Friday, 12 February 2010

Oh hi there!

So, it's been a while, huh?
Sorry about that, some of us are a bit sick, and we're all a bit preoccupied these days.

Today me and Allan went by the new shop to see how everything is progressing.
It's... going... it's happening... stuff is being done, that's for sure.
But i still can't believe we have to move in a few weeks!

The floor that looked like this the last time i was there, is now... gone
Maybe we should keep it like this, or turn it into a moat or something?
Toilet is gone too, but at least they bought us a new one
I approve of this!
This is apparently a giraffe?
These creepy little things were lying around the shop... matches the dream-catcher left by the previous tenants, i guess

The painters started painting today (no, that's not as obvious as it sounds, there was lots of work for them to do before they could even start painting!) so hopefully things are gonna start looking good soon.
More updates next week!

Wednesday, 10 February 2010

What kind of colors can i get?

Worried that your tattoo will end in no good a time?? Most tattoo inks are metal salt-based pigments that are not designed to
used under the skin, and not yet approved
The idea is that for most people, these pigments are inert and do not cause problems.
some artists use acrylic-based
pigment, which he felt might be more difficult than the metal-based pigments
for some with sensitive skin. Best to ask your artist first

Whatever color you choose Do not be ashamed to talk first with the expert because you will create a tattoo for a very long time

Monday, 8 February 2010

Why do I want one?

every person who has been tattooed reason, these are some reasons people use tattoos
whether to please a partner?
whether for comfort? , To manhood, to prove something, to believe in yourself, environmental influences,

all acceptable reasons, all depending on the user's own tattoo

and this applies to you, you should have been tattooed for a reason ..

or you make a tattoo for your confidence or you into adulthood, there are several reasons to use a tattoo, but was back on each person's own, you should have the right reasons

Thursday, 4 February 2010

Should i get a tattoo in the first place?

This is the most important part of the preparation you have done, because you will make very important decisions, you will be in the image on the skin that is not easy to remove, I will help you to overcome this problem
begins with the body parts where you might want a tattoo that makes you more comfortable and sexy, and any tattoo that you will use to decorate the body

You need to remember is that almost 1 / 3 that has been tattooed with regret that tattoo or body part been tattooed one looks very ugly tattoos

You should notice is part of your body's been tattooed comfortable, see what part you think is worthy been tattooed, tattoo makers and discuss it with, do not be shy to ask, if you have doubts I suggest you resign, you must be sure of your decision, what model you'll use, it is a few things you should know before you been tattooed

Monday, 1 February 2010

What sorts of things to look for in shop

do I need to find what kind of tattoo shops?
Finding the store is as important as manufacturers seek their own tattoo
It is important to you find that you will perform activities that may be lasting for the rest of your life, you should find a comfortable place to tattoo your own, do not be ashamed to go one at a tattoo shop you are and find out you are comfortable in the store where .. there are a few tips to find the comfort of your shop

What store? not until you come to the wrong store
not comfortable place?
Your reply smokers whether it provides them an ashtray or similar?
whether they use the separator chambers?
whether they offer privacy services?
what facilities they have?
whether the site was free of disease?
maybe that's one question in your mind, do not be ashamed to visiting tattoo shops, find a store that makes you very comfortable

Make sure your artist is willing to listen and respect what you want. Do not go to an artist who has what agenda he wants to do. Artists can make suggestions, but the final word is always yours