mine is "free style" tribal not that plain black tribal that looks like shit......i hate em but i like mine.....and i got it b4 "tribal" was hot lolbigck3000 said:I told myself i was going to beat the shit out the next guy I met with a "tribal arm band" tattoo. I'm thinking of getting my grandfathers name on my forearm but i'm having second thoughts. It was going to be that Led Zeppelin angel...but it seemed to retarded.
the outside line hurt cuz the tat artist used either a 3 or a 1 needle gun.....when they color in/shade in they use atleast 9 needles......Nymphchick said:what the hell!my response got erased well good spot, ya the outside line may hurt, but with mine the inside coloring didn't so good luck with it, follow through. tats are very sexy
what uberskippy said, and I have one on my left arm a "tribal dragon", got it for b-present from my mum =) nicenice mum i have sometimes =)UberSkippy said:And do listen to what they say about after care. If you can, leave it exposed to the air. It'll scab over and heal faster than if you keep it covered. Listen to your artist, ask the questions BEFORE hand and be clear on what he tells you. If you forget CALL HIM and ask again.
shading my tribal was 18....but he had 2 use a 3 need to shade in the "under side" cuz my skin was really thin and the ink was stayin......now that shit hurtUberSkippy said:Stardust is right, the more needles the less pain.
The one on my back was a 14 needle afair. (That's what the artist said, I never saw it myself.) Didn't hurt nearly as much as the 2 needle line gun he used.