How to Avoid the Tattoo Line
Tattoo artists have several options for avoiding the dreaded tatoo line. The bad lines are often the result of damaged points, insufficient ink flowing at the tip, too much pressure on the tattoo machine, and tight skin. The good news is that bad lines are easily hideable with shading techniques.
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One popular style of line work for tattoos is the Japanese irezumi style, which uses patterns of lines to form sectioned pieces. In this style, each part of the tattoo is delineated with a different angle and counterbalanced by the next. Alternatively, colored line work is also possible, though black lines are generally preferred.
Another popular style of tattoo is a fine line. This type of tattoo is light and elegant and shows off a person’s artistic side. Fine line tattoos can be anything from a tiny star to an intricate tattoo design. A fine line tattoo is the ideal choice if you want something small that will make people smile.
When tattooing, it’s important to think about the entire tattoo line in advance, so you can avoid stopping and starting while tattooing. It’s also important to use rubber hands when you are tattooing, which will keep your position in check and your fingers in place. Lastly, make sure that you have enough ink for the entire line, and that you are comfortable working from the beginning to the end of the design.