// - Hello and welcome to my FAQ! Here you will find information specific to scheduling with me (Carter).
// - Schedule - I currently work Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri 10am-5pm
*select weekends in the fall and winter will be available for multisession pieces.
// - Process - I would like to tell you a bit about my process as it may differ from other artists/studios
First, I do not draw custom tattoos ahead of time. All of the tattoos you see on my page, unless flash,
are designed the morning of the tattoo appointment. By doing this I am allowing a more direct collaboration with the client within the design process. I do make exceptions when necessary, usually for more complex larger multi session pieces.
Second, I welcome references and preferences! But I will not copy a reference or style. I will do my version of the subject. I ask that you are familiar with the work that I produce before scheduling so that
we can be on the same page when designing the tattoo. I believe, when viewing my portfolio, that the
the common aesthetic tying the images together is fairly clear. If you do not know feel free to ask!
// - Pricing - Most tattoos are priced by the piece. I can give you a range that the tattoo might fall within.
If you have a budget please let me know as that may affect the design. I get asked all the time for an
for an hourly rate. Hourly rates only apply to large multi-session pieces. I currently charge 200/hr.
This is the standard rate for any quality artist in our area.
// - Session Length - If your tattoo is a single session piece I can give you an estimate of the time it will take
to complete the tattoo. If your tattoo is a multi session piece I usually start at 10am and finish at 2pm.
A 4 hour session is usually the best cutoff for both client and artist.
// - IF you have any questions or are ready to schedule you may email me at: email@example.com
Send a description of the work you are looking to get done including size and placement. You may
attach any reference images or those of the area you are looking to cover.