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Check in on the client. You want to make sure that during the tattoo process that they're
doing okay. You want to talk to them, make sure they're not getting cold and clammy.
They're not getting the sweats, they're not getting the shakes or not moving around too
much, you want to make sure they're comfortable. You want to make them comfortable, you don't
want to be intimidating to them. You don't want to be overbearing to them, you just want
to be yourself. And remember the artwork that you put on them, they're going to wear for
the rest of their lives. So it's up to them, it's up to their artwork and our input as
professional tattoo artists. And so Johnny, how are you doing? Feeling alright? Yea, everything
is great. Good, you're not bleeding, as you see. You know, you're not all puffed up and
red. I'm going in real light, and I'm doing this color blending technique and working
against the back stroke of the Magnums like this and doing a fade. Fading in so I don't
have to go over the whole piece. Fading in the tips black, and just working it and fading
it. You want to keep the machine at an upright position so the ink flows down the tube too,
like this. Get a good stretch with your skin.