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  • Episode 7 June 7, 2020 at 21:00 – 22:00

Tattoo Consultations

You can show me your tattoo by uploading a photo in the form below . That way I can tell you my view as a tattoo artist and help you find the best way to improve your tattoo if it's just a small adjustment, a huge coverup, or a combination of both.

Tattoo Q&A

You can also use the chat to ask any questions. Start by typing "QUESTION". I will answer as many questions as possible, through the Live Chat while streaming. These questions are then added to my CLIPS playlist the following week.

Welcome to The Tat Chat

I do have some experience when it comes to tattoos. For 20 years it has been not only my full time job but also my lifestyle, my hobby, and you can maybe even call it my destiny or calling? I have specialized mainly in realism and portraits, but coverups and fixups soon became a huge part of my craft. Not only thanks to the growing demand for it but also because I totally loved it. To make a horrible tattoo look beautiful became my obsession. The more advanced and difficult, the better. I do love a challenge!

 

After putting out a few tattoo advice videos on my youtube channel during the last years, people started asking me pretty much the same question over and over… They were wondering if I could take a look at their tattoo and give them my professional opinion, tell them what options they have, and what they could do to improve their tattoo. So, honestly, since I am sadly the worst when it comes to writing clients by email, DM or any text message, I decided to make this into a sort of live show on Youtube, called The Tat Chat!

How to get a live consultation

Just use this form to send me your tattoo, and your question.

Please, read this before you submit your tattoo:

  • Your photo needs to be of high quality and in good lighting
  • The tattoo placement should be zoomed out so I can see the bodypart in full. For example if it's placed somewhere on your upper arm, I need to see the entire upper arm on the photo.
  • The bodypart needs to be natural, straight and relaxed in the photo, and not flexed, bent or twisted in any way.
  • The photo angle needs to be straight looking at the tattoo, not from below, above or one side. If this is difficult, try to get someone to help you get a good photo.