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Old 04-07-2010, 06:04 PM
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Default ANother problem with big-time tattoo artists is the flaunting of their

It's funny, tons of BIG NAME artists b1tc4 about too many people getting involved with tattooing, yet fill their myspaces with celebrities, toys, trips, and all the other fun s&!t of being a successful tattoo artist. Don't make the s&!t seem so awesome, and less people will get into it. ONLY BOND displayed his hardwork for everyone to see, but also reached out to smaller artists, shared his secrets etc etc. Bond is a great guy, and I can't wait to have him fill my back/ left arm full of dope ink. I could buy Bond's flash/books and never tattoo anything else and make a career .

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Old 04-08-2010, 10:58 AM
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It's funny, tons of BIG NAME artists b1tc4 about too many people getting involved with tattooing, yet fill their myspaces with celebrities, toys, trips, and all the other fun s&!t of being a successful tattoo artist. Don't make the s&!t seem so awesome, and less people will get into it. ONLY BOND displayed his hardwork for everyone to see, but also reached out to smaller artists, shared his secrets etc etc. Bond is a great guy, and I can't wait to have him fill my back/ left arm full of dope ink. I could buy Bond's flash/books and never tattoo anything else and make a career .

LONG LIVE ALL OR NOTHING.
yup!!!!!! hes a good motherf@#king dude. dont let him know i have a shrine of him in my closet
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Old 04-10-2010, 09:10 AM
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Default Re: ANother problem with big-time tattoo artists is the flaunting of their

I agree, I airbrushed with a group of guys that used to complain about how many people were getting involved with the airbrushing medium, but what I've found out was, some of the folks getting involved didn't last long at all, and they had no artistic ability at all, so the work looked like my 9mths old daughter did it, and if there was good artists spawning, I believe that just adds more credibility and more keeps everyone creating great works of art on there toes and just pushes the envelope that much, and it makes all the people that are hesitent about tattoos or against the art form recognize, that it is an actual ARTFORM.

What I dont get is " you've made your mark in the tattooing world why are you crying...WTF?"
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Old 04-12-2010, 06:03 PM
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I tip my hat to Mr. Bond. Look forward to crossing paths one day. I really enjoy meeting really dope artist especially ones who are humble and thankful for doing something they are passionate about. If you ever get the chane to shoot the $h!t with Bob Tyrell hes a rad dude and a perfect example of what i am talkin about. Alot of two faced people in this industry. Jekyl and Hyde syndrome
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Old 04-13-2010, 06:23 PM
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haha this sounds like the guy i "apprenticed" under all he did was shoot off scratcher this and scratcher that currently i know of 10 people tattooing (pro and otherwise) including the guy who "apprenticed" me out of the 9 other he will shoot off about them know he has sold/ helped them with their gear and eqipment 6 out of the 9 he has done this with and then he wonders why he loses business to people doing $20 tattoos lol
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