Thursday, May 26, 2011

A New Project

Okay kids. I think I need to call upon the vast wonders of the internet and all you freaks and geeks on it for a bit of assistance.

I have an idea for a new project to fill my idle time (because I seem to have an overabundance of it). Except I need outside opinions for this project.

So, from time to time, starting NOW, I will ask questions of you lovely folks. If you could be so kind as to leave your answers in the comment sections, it would be greatly appreciated. Also, refer friends to any post needing opinions and feedback: I want opinions of people from all walks of life, not just any one clique in the world.

As I said, the feedback would be greatly appreciated, and I can promise you updates on this Sooper Sekrit Project as they become available, and you folks will be the first to know once it is completed.

But for now...

When you think of a tattoo parlor, what is the general train of thought you end up with? What emotions strike you at the thought of walking in, what do you expect to see, and what do you think when you do see it?

Leave your answers in the comment section below, and thanks bunches for participating!


  1. I would like friendly service and a nice set up. Instead of flash on the wall, I'd like to see the actual artist works, and it doesn't even have to be of their own created tattoo flash. It can be paintings, drawings, sketches, even digital work. I like knowing that the person who is drawing on my skin is talented in many ways other than flash and with a needle and ink. I always get nervous before a tattoo, even though I have six. And it's exciting. I love that clean smell and the sound of those buzzing machines. It's soothing. :3 I hope this helps and one day I would like to run my own and also have it be a 24 hair salon. Every cat damn time I want a tattoo, I want a hair cut. :/

  2. That's because you're a little odd around the edges, Ramen. But it's okay! I love you anyway! And thanks for the input, babycakes.

  3. Too much generic flash on the walls, the innovators have none, so it's truly the sign of a rubbish tattooist

  4. The shop I go to has the books of flash for people to look through, and lots of paintings from the owner of the shop. I really like his work.