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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by basejumper, May 19, 2016.
Got a new tat the other day. Love it. Bike one will be next.
Mums going nuts ATM
that's cool - what's the bumper sticker? 'skydivers go down faster'
looks cool, something different from the norm
yeah some mums don't like em much lol, can't do too much about it now though
I love the fact that your mum is going to be pissed off about the tat yet what's she like with the skydiving / basejumping?
Dude that's permanent
I'd rather see one with the chute open, but that's just me
Please edumacate a tattoo virgin
How much does something like that cost to get done?
It was $200 mate
nice one basejumper .
Hey GeorgeO are you still think of getting this one
holly crap $200
maybe this one next lol "hope it's not too rude for here"
That's kinda cool....getting any shading, or leaving as is?
I just got this done....little bit to add at the back of the tricep. Is a cover up for my first tat...a really bad tribal piece!
so judging by the previous comment that should go for around $1000?
It would be close.
That's at least a two sitting Tattoo at 3 - 4 hours each.
2 sittings at 7 hrs, $1600 so far.
It's all completely dependant on the type of tattoo (whether its a 'regular' tat, realistic, etc), and also on the artist. I was happy to pay a bit more to get one I am happy with.
Also, being a cover up takes a bit more time/ink. And for curiosity, I had 2 laser treatments done prior.
Ah the cover up.
I was thinking 1.6k is a bit steep untill you mentioned that.
Very nice man. I was living on the other side of the world when I got my first one, so my mum couldn't do much about it. It took me a week to work up the courage to tell her. Her first question was "Is it permanent?"
I've got a vintage motoring/motorsport sleeve in (very slow) progress.
the guy on the bike, looks like a photo - excellent work!