This is the 10th episode in our series Tattoo 101. In this episode, Jack Lowe of Skin Kitchen Tattoo continues a series where Skin Ktichen Tattoo's Artists guide you through designing. In this fourth episode, Jack explains how to fit the design into the body and create what is often called "flow".
Jack Lowe is a Professional Tattoo Artist and has been part of the Tattoo Industry since 1993 not only as a Tattooist but as the owner of Skin Kitchen Tattoo since 1997. For more information on Jack, his work and the Skin Kitchen Tattoo go to https://skinkitchen.com. If there is something that you feel wasn't covered in the video or have additional questions, please comment. For more information on Jack Lowe and Skin Kitchen Tattoo go to https://skinkitchen.com.
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