Here Is What Tattooing Portraits
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If you’ve ever asked yourself any of the questions below, you’re in the right place.
1- How do I Master Drawing Them?
2- How do I build up my Confidence with Portraits?
3- How Do I Shade Them Smoothly?
4- What type of Needles, Ink, and Machines?
5- How do I keep my stencil from wiping away to soon?
6- How Do I build my tones and Transitions?
7- How Do I use White to where it Sticks?
8- How do I get more clients for portraits?
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ABOUT DAXTIN MCCLELLAN
When he was 3, he had 3 things on his Christmas list: Army guys, Legos, and tattoos. He ran out of preschool his first day to draw aliens. And at age 13, he was introduced to a tattoo machine. At age 18, he tried to get an apprenticeship, and his dreams were crushed by his idol as he was told, "Go get a real job, you'll never become a tattoo artist!"
Rather than let that get him down, he decided to let it fuel him. From that day forward, he decided to ignore the naysayers and do whatever it took to learn how to become a recognized tattoo artist.