assuming this is happening while shading or color. first thing is your hand speed is faster then your machine speed you need to match these, by either slowing your hand, or speeding up your machine. proper machine tuning will greatly help this. the other issue would be not enough stretch……
scars and stretch marks are different. scars are a tougher tissue, whereas stretch marks are more soft elastic tissue. the only issue your really going to have is getting the skin taunt enough to pass a straight line. because of the elasticity of the skin the needles will tend to bounce, and could cause the line to be very wobbly.
i match the live, very sensible prerogative for first. alot of avid gamers go into it with elaborate plan, because they can do it on sheet, and wind up flaw on face. they dont take it lengthy and try to get the picture basics first. friendly job.thanks. debt consolidation houston
welcome aboard….take it slow. just like any other medium there are obstacles to get through. dont jump in the skin too soon. remember, unlike other mediums this one can cause serious damage to someone if your not safe and clean…..good luck
you have alot to learn before you touch a machine. post some of your drawings so we can see what you have artistically. you need to be safe about this. its no joke. you can screw someones life up really bad. did you know that in most states, if you tattoo someone and give them AIDS from not taking the right precautions and being clean that you can…[Read more]
you can pretty much go on any tattoo supply website and purchase kits, or just the things you want. however i disapprove of this, and suggest you take $50-$60 of that money and take a BBP class (not online). learn everything there is know about BBP CC issues before proceeding.