Here are some of the most common brainless questions people ask about tattoo pricing:
1 How much for a tattoo?
2 How much for a full sleeve tattoo?
3 I just want a very very small design; how much will it be?
4. How much to get a traditional full back piece? Any design recommendations?
Have any of the 4 questions above? Allow me to answer them for you!
Q1: How much for a tattoo?
First, what is the exact style of tattoo do you like? In what style (tribal, mandala, dot-work, geometric, etc.)? Do you want it in black and grey or in full colour? Without all these details, it’s impossible to give you a meaningful quotation.
Q2: How much for a full sleeve tattoo?
What kind of full sleeve design? Most “full sleeve” tattoos are not what you think – comprising of all flowers, etc. You’ll need to have a “theme” to work around with. Without these, there’s no way to give you a quotation.
Q3: I just want a very small design; how much will it be?
You have to understand that your definition of “small” is not universal. To us, it may be a 2-inch design, but to another artist it might venture into 5 inches or more (or even less). For example, a half armour (chest to upper arm) might be considered “small” in comparison to a full back piece. Yet, when the half armour is compared to a small design on the calf, then it would become a “large” piece. So, it’s important to articulate the size properly to the artist.
Q4: How much to get a traditional full back piece? Any design recommendations?
As the back is a huge area, many factors play a part in the overall design and pricing. What’s your built? Are you lean or fat? What do you mean by “traditional” (is it a phoenix or dragon)? Do you want it in black and grey or full colour? Most important of all, without knowing the complexity of the design, there is no way to give you a meaningful quotation. Plus, it’ll definitely not be the kind of pricing you’re looking for.
If you forget everything that’s being said here, just remember this: please don’t approach any tattoo artist with any of the questions listed above. Here’s a tip instead: research on the kind of design you like first, then determine the kind of style you’ll like; like oriental, American traditional, Japanese, dot work, etc. Finally, after doing all your homework, approach your artist with your research and you’ll both get a satisfying consultation going. And here’s a final tip: since most European studios charge by the hour, they may charge for a consultation. However, over here at Memory Lane, consultations are free and you’ll only pay when you need customized designing work, or if you intent to secure a tattooing slot. This is just a general overview of how other studio operates. To ensure accuracy, you’ll have to contact them yourself.
Thanks for reading!
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