All craftspeople are only as good as the tools they use
Tattoo Machines are the most important tool required in the process of tattooing. Every tattoo artist knows the importance of a good tattoo machine and always needs quality tattoo machines for quality work. But mostly people are always confused about which tattoo equipment supplier is the best and which tattoo machines is the best suitable one for them. There are a lot of choices available in the market if you are looking to acquire a tattoo machine. So if you are trying to find out which machines would best suit your requirements and where you can find them at affordable prices, some of the tips below can help. The one thing you have to know before acquiring is the sort of materials a good tattoo machine is made of. They must be made from top quality metal. This could keep them from breaking during tattooing. Tattoo guns are historically made of conductive materials like iron, brass or copper. Look for tattoo guns made from these powerful kinds of metal to be certain you are getting one that may be a top quality. Another thing you must know about choosing a tattoo gun is what specific need will you have, such as shading, soft shading, solid coloring tribal black solid work, lining. Just like a painter who has many different brushes for different purposes, so should a top professional tattoo artist have different tattoo machines with different settings for different purposes, true top artist know the value of having different real good tattoo machines. Mistakes should be avoided because it is a long road to the top and looking for short cuts is just a waste of your time. What beginners do, specially at the beginning when funds are an issue, when money is short in the pockets, they look to buy a Hybrid tattoo machine who will do all the jobs, this is a pitfall, because you will loose your money and your time, and the quality of your work will not improve by the same token. Because a liner machine as a specific set up, such as gap, springs length and tension and speed that will be specially tuned to line. Because a shader as a specific set up, such as gap, springs length and tension and speed that will be specially tuned to shade. And both machine are different, though they look alike they are not, they have 2 different functions, if you try to shade with a liner, you will most probably damage the skin because the machine will be running to fast 'doing burger', and damage the machine because of the needles configuration being to big for the liner the machine coils will overheat, and the contact screw will were out faster, you will end up with an erotic running machine. It hard to explain to somebody how the ocean looks likes and feels like, unless you are there physically, the you can see it and experience it. My advise is, if your aim is to become a true honest involved tattoo artist, try to understand this do not take short cut and go for the best, in the end you will be the winner and your work will speak for itself, ' Your quality work comes at a price'.