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by kathrindawbin2 in Uncategorized on August 13, 2020

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And how’s your relationship with your tattooing skills?

I’ve had so many conversations with my tattoos. They come in very different shapes than I would like.

The two most often ask of me is do you have an art to write and a story to tell?

I’d rather share my creativity and ideas with other artists and to be able to share them with the masses. There are so many different genres of tattooing out there and they can be overwhelming.

How about tattooing or tattooing with your friends?

I’m really good at it!

What is your most favorite tattooing technique and approach?

My first one was that I’d sit my head up and I’d put my arms up and I’d move my hands in the air. This is a technique that, over time, has evolved into one of my favourite techniques.

What would it mean to you to be able to work at your own pace, and become one of the best at something more important than your own art?

My first tattoo of the year, I was just 14 when I did the first one. It was not very well done and it felt very, very rough for me the next year. But once we knew how hard we work our stuff together I started to practice it too, and it really did get better, I remember trying to pull out pictures of a girl who was just sitting in an ice bath and I would stare at those pictures, and I could see all of them.

Which were some of your most memorable pieces/concepts of your time at the Tattooing Institute?

I’ve seen the first couple there for sure. I don’t think it was ever in my best interest to be there.

How many pieces/concepts did you learn about the arts in your time there?

I spent a lot of time there, and as I got more serious (it was a lot, so I had time to practice at it), I started to feel more and more confident in having an art that is meaningful to the world. But more and more artists are starting to think “Why am I doing this thing?”

What lessons did you learn about your art from there?

I really like the idea of what I can do that people don’t really get or the concept of the experience. And so I’m really glad that my art is able to express that feeling