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Backpeice. . .



andrew_shows did a couple more hours of work on my back, I figure 3-4 more sessions, to cover, edging and re-filling areas that didnt take ink as well as they should have and it will be done. . .

Well, then I get to find someone to do the UV Outline. . .

Rev

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serraphim
Jan. 30th, 2006 01:12 pm (UTC)
I know an artist who wants to try out UV in, she's never done it beofore, but I don't know how ecperimental you're feeling
razorslave
Jan. 30th, 2006 10:21 pm (UTC)
Hmm, UV is the most difficult type of tatooing to do. I will definately have to see examples of their UV work, and look at their shop. I'm going to be stucking going to a professional, I'll have to track down someone here in town who can do it.

Rev
justinsomnia
Jan. 30th, 2006 05:57 pm (UTC)
I want a UV outline! I heard it's not really safe yet though ...
razorslave
Jan. 30th, 2006 10:15 pm (UTC)
I've known several people who gotten it done. And the ink I want to use are very safe. USFDA approval in 1995 for use in animals, plants and fish for the purpose of tracking migration, growth patterns; breeding habits etc. No other tattoo inks (UV or NOT) have received approval in this way.

http://www.crazychameleonbodyartsupply.com/are-blacklight-uv-reactive-tattoos-safe.htm has some pretty good information on it.

Rev

irishmasms
Jan. 31st, 2006 03:52 am (UTC)
target!
razorslave
Jan. 31st, 2006 04:36 am (UTC)
yes indeed, you know how much I love teh back spackle.

Rev
spux
Mar. 28th, 2006 10:11 am (UTC)
oooh! that's really good to know. I've been wanting to get the "cybrows" outlined with that stuff, but I heard those inks were carcinogenic so I backed off.
razorslave
Mar. 28th, 2006 10:32 am (UTC)
http://www.crazychameleonbodyartsupply.com/crazy-chameleon-blacklight-tattoo-ink-faq-main.htm

Here's the ink I want to use. It's very safe and there has never been a problem reported in over 10+ years of use. Also the ink is FDA approved for use in food animals.

Rrev
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