Nothing against professionally done tattoos but really? Doing it at home? Apparently this is a thing now. Do you know anybody with one?
I lived in Thailand once a homemade tattoos were all over the place. Lots were done at the temple by a monk so I am not sure if that is homemade.
I found them pretty sexy but they didn't age well.
Yeah OP - IN PRISON!
[quote]Apparently this is a thing now
No, it's not.
I'm doing it as I type this!
My little sister's bf has a tattoo gun. He got one/found one/stole one and he's teaching himself to be a tattoo 'artist' by tattooing all over himself. it's uglier than you'd imagine possible.
Listen OP, or should I say Cheyenne, nobody is gunna buy this story. Your ink stinks!
Any pissy little whitebread hipster can get a sleeve tatt nowadays, so all the really cool punk rebels do their own. I've seen home-done jobs of varying quality. Many are awful but I've occasionally been suprised at how nice some of them look. The good ones usually bear a simple but smart design.
They will be the home perms of today. Soon you will be able to pick up your Toni Home Tatt kit down at CVS and be able to spend the night tattooing while drinking bottles of moscato with your gal pals.
I loved Oz as much as the next guy but this is cray.