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malcom x

hey mike
do you use the same technique and needles to tattoo in b&g(black cut with water)?

or you hit more soft for blending,and let you go over the spot more times?

thank you for help


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RE: malcom x

I use distilled water to mix with talins.and i would use the same needles and techniques i use for color,except for the fact its not fully saturated.
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RE: malcom x

if is not fully saturated,you can work more faster,and take less hours to make a portrait?
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RE: malcom x

Yes,i would say on average for me a color portrait that is fully saturated takes between 4-6 hours and if its black and grey it would take for the same piece,same size, 3-5 hours,always takes longer for a color piece.
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RE: malcom x

you go at the same deep in b%g and color?
i use to go a little less deep in b&g to control the bleeding better

do you use the same technique?
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RE: malcom x

yeah same depth,i have it set about a nickels width.maybe a lil shy of that.
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RE: malcom x

mike
if i use the same deeph like in color,i got some bleeding,..because the washes is so thin

strange to me you use the same deep
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