09.06.2015
When you decide you want to learn how to become a tattoo artist, you will find that there are a lot of different paths you can take. Some tattooists become “scratchers,” learning the basics the hard way and practicing on whoever will let them.  For someone who is really serious about learning how to become a tattoo artist, however, the true path to a professional position usually requires an apprenticeship. At the beginning of an apprenticeship, you may wonder if what you’re doing has anything at all with actually teaching you how to become a tattoo artist.  This is because most apprenticeships start out with a lot of “grunt” work.
The master artist wants to see that you are dedicated and motivated, that you’re a hard worker who is eager to do everything necessary to be a success. The next step may require you to learn how to tattoo by practicing on fruit, animal skins, or fake practice skins.


Generally, you will only be able to do a small amount, perhaps a bit of lining or tattoo shading to start out.  This is a really exciting time in a tattoo apprenticeship because not only are you learning how it really feels to put the needles to the skin, but you also know that your master artist is impressed with you and has confidence in your abilities. Even though getting an apprenticeship is a major part of learning how to become a tattoo artist, it is not all that easy.  Master artists have their pick of apprentices, and the competition is fierce.
One way to improve your chances of learning how to become a tattoo artist from a true master artist is to have a stellar portfolio. If you find that you’re having a hard time finding a master who is willing to teach you how to become a tattoo artist, you may not be presenting yourself in the best way possible.  Politely ask for advice on what you can do differently to ensure that you will have better luck with the next place you try. Title: Business NameInk Tattoo was started in 2001 in Jefferson, WI the Janesville location was established in October 2008.


Two years ago, Ryan Hobson walked into Body Revolution, a tattoo and piercing studio located in Cleveland, to ask about a job as a tattoo artist. It can take years of waiting to get the apprenticeship you want…or even to get one at all.  Many apprentices have found that they must actually relocate in order to find opportunities to train in the field.



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