How To Tune a Tattoo Machine
This ebook from Tim Miller gives you the essential guide about how to tune a tattoo machine. This guide teaches you how to set up your gun, make sure the ink runs well, and learn new ways to use your equipment. This guide will teach you the best ways to set up your tattoo machine so that you will have the best setup to use for all of your tattooing needs. You will save a HUGE amount of time! You don't have to learn each part of the tattoo machine yourself; you can learn how to use the machine and all of the parts that you need to know in one easy guide! A ton of tattoo artists have found this guide to be very useful in saving them time and teaching them about their machine And you can learn how to do the same!
How To Tune a Tattoo Machine Summary
4.6 stars out of 11 votes
Author: Tim Miller
My How To Tune a Tattoo Machine Review
The author presents a well detailed summery of the major headings. As a professional in this field, I must say that the points shared in this book are precise.
As a whole, this manual contains everything you need to know about this subject. I would recommend it as a guide for beginners as well as experts and everyone in between.
Tattooing is an ancient and widespread practice. Tattoos have been found on the bodies of mummies thousands of years old, and certain tribes, such as Polynesians and the Maori of New Zealand, have used tattoos for centuries as a mark of membership in the tribe and a symbol of strength earned through pain. Modern tattooing began in 1900 when an American named Samuel O'Reilly invented the first electric tattoo machine. Most tattoo artists and their customers were outside the mainstream of society. However, many people who would never have dreamed of wearing a tattoo were fascinated with the art, and they lined up at carnivals and sideshows to gawk at elaborately tattooed men or women. Throughout most of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, tattoos were considered low class and vulgar among Americans and Europeans, a common adornment for criminals and drunken sailors. Though many people still consider tattoos to be self-destructive and offensive, many more have come to see them as...