Thanks for your interest in getting tattooed by me! I’ve tried to streamline the process as much as possible to make it quicker to get from this point to getting tattooed.
Please include the answer to these questions in your email:
3 hour minimum for each session.
I work at $225 an hour. I am a very fast/efficient tattooer, so a lot gets done within 3-4 hours.
It’s $200 to book an appointment that I will send by invoice. The deposit is non-refundable/non-
Once the deposit is in, I will send you a list of the very next available dates/times to choose from. If you’re trying to book the very first available dates, pick 2-3 alternate dates; since those are the first to go and could be taken between the time of me emailing you the dates and you getting back to me. Once you’ve chosen the date/time, we will get your first appointment booked. If it’s going to be a multi-session tattoo, I’d suggest to book at least 2 sessions at a time as to not have to wait for schedule openings.
Make sure that you are sure on what you’d like to get tattooed. Once the design is submitted and approved, that is what the deposit is going toward. Minor changes in elements of the tattoo here and there are accepted, but no complete subject changes please. (ie. originally emailed with a sleeve, chest piece, or larger color tattoo but now changed my mind and want a small 2×2″ or black and grey piece instead)
The final size of the piece will ultimately be up to my discretion. I will work with you as best I can to be as close to what you’re wanting in size, but I’ve had too many issues with the tattooing being too small to look it’s best. I want your tattoo to looks as great as it possibly can and this is a restriction that has stood in the way of me doing that.
** I DO NOT do coverups, UNLESS:
1. It is something that is already very light or faded with NO BLACK areas
2. It has been lightened by lasering significantly to be easily covered or
3. The original tattoo is very small and can be covered in the background of the new piece. The new piece would need to be 3-4x larger than the piece to be covered.