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Learn To Tattoo With Matt Bennett

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This is an excellent instructional Tattoo video tutorial which covers all the basics of tattooing, and the preparation of all the necessary equipment. Professional tattoo artist Matt Bennett also talks you through whilst practically demonstrating the procedures involved with outlining, color and shading. This is a great gateway video into learning some of the techniques the professional tattooist encounters in day to day life. Enjoy.

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  1. badbri t says:

    no , no plastic, only for ride home so don’t get dirty till then, i do all the same aquaphor for 3 days than, just good lotion no perfumes for few days and clean in between with antibacteria soap i just started the tat bus only on myself but thats what i hear from everyone,,, and no probs with the 20 i did on myself so far.and starsnflames79 seems to be right~!~!

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  2. think fo ra minute when you see pure white in nature? never, white reflects other colors next to it unless its a cartoon , now aside from that whit eis translucent so th eskin will bleed thru the darker the skin th eless it works , add a dab of color to tint it and it will sho wmuch better , also you want a strong long stroke color packer and get it in within 2 passes if you over work it it falls out

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  3. Fred Kruger says:

    No, I understand you cannot learn how to tattoo on the net but you can get an idea of what you’re getting into which is why I was looking on YT. I do agree with the contamination aspects of your post. There will always be people that smoke others in anything artistic. I have gone to several so-called “Pro-Shops” here in town and seen artists not even close to this guy’s talent. This guy isn’t the best artist but he is decent. I have seen artists that couldn’t color in a coloring book correctly.

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  4. edla2005 says:

    No, I understand you cannot learn how to tattoo on the net but you can get an idea of what you’re getting into which is why I was looking on YT. I do agree with the contamination aspects of your post. There will always be people that smoke others in anything artistic. I have gone to several so-called “Pro-Shops” here in town and seen artists not even close to this guy’s talent. This guy isn’t the best artist but he is decent. I have seen artists that couldn’t color in a coloring book correctly.

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  5. BrandiDurham says:

    The only reason an artist will wraps your tattoo is to keep bacteria out for the first few hours. All you really need to do is just keep it clean. Never use alcohol as it will just iratate the skin and cause it to dry out and flake. All that is needed to clean your tattoo is room temperature water and some a and d ointment. You should try to keep your tattoo away from water as much as possible when you shower. when you get out rimse with destiled water and apply a light coat of a and d ointment.

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  6. tattooninja says:

    The 1st 3 tattoos pictured look alright, but many or most of the rest are poorly done. Most professional tattooists agree with me, look into that.You can say the ‘tats look fine’ if you want, but the rest of my comments are a matter of fact, not opinion.I don’t teach tattooing, & you can’t learn it on the net.

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  7. Fred Kruger says:

    I guess I don’t understand what you’re saying? These tats look fine. I tried to scope your channel for some how to tattoo vids but could not find anything remotely close to tattooing which is strange considering your handle. I am seriously looking into the trade and comments like yours are useless.

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  8. edla2005 says:

    I guess I don’t understand what you’re saying? These tats look fine. I tried to scope your channel for some how to tattoo vids but could not find anything remotely close to tattooing which is strange considering your handle. I am seriously looking into the trade and comments like yours are useless.

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  9. That’s crazy your NOT supposed to use vaseline I was told that after I had my forearm tatted on my aftercare paper the bandage should be taken off after 2 to 3 hours it should be washed with luke warm soapy water but not soaked or left wet for a long period it should then be gently patted dry with a towel then your supposed to apply a thin layer of bepanthen and gentle rub it into the skin until it has soaked in this keeps the tattoo moist and stops flakes and scabbing being as bad second day

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  10. tattooninja says:

    wow, every tattoo pictured is garbage….who wants to tattoo like this??also, you shouldn’t touch your needles/tubes without gloves, even in the package.you should wrap your clipcord in plastic.you can’t tell anything by the sound of a machine, only by feel.

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  11. xlioilx says:

    S*** man I’ve got tons of tats and the best way is to just leave that s*** on for about an hour and then by the time it’s time to take a shower just take that bandage off and just put A n D on it till your hair grows back. Take cold showers and don’t scrub the ink out. My tats are bright as the day I got them 10 years later.

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  12. Who the h*** told you to wrap it at night??? Putting ointment on it then wrapping it causes blistering, the moisture has no place to go, so it boils under the skin. They aren’t pimples, they are a type of blister. and if you continue it will become infected from the bacteria that is already in your body. if you leave it alone and let it heal. IT WILL HEAL. There is no need to wash it several times a day, as long as you clean it once a day until healed it will be fine.

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  13. Best way to take care of your tattoo (I have been getting tattooed for 16 years and all of mine are vibrant and colorful)1. After your tattoo take off the bandage after 2 – 3 hours.2. Wash off the Vaseline with some hot water by just splashing it on there.3. Pat it dry with a paper towel or hand cloth.4. Dont f*** with it for the rest of the night.4. After a day start using a non scented lotion like (Dermasil or Aveeno) for two weeks.5. Apply 2 – 3 times a day.6. The end.

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  14. flyfeind187 says:

    all you should do is wash it with plain antibacterial soap (non scented if possible) and then lightly rub non scented soft lotion on it after washing. wash it every few hours and dont wrap it up because it traps the bacteria on your skin. i know im a little late on the reply but i hope it helps in the future:)

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  15. flyfeind187 says:

    all you should do is wash it with plain antibacterial soap (non scented if possible) and then lightly rub non scented soft lotion on it after washing. wash it every few hours and dont wrap it up because it traps the bacteria on your skin. i know im a little late on the reply but i hope it helps in the future:)

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  16. i wouldnt wrap up my tattoo. the bacteria on the plastic will build up while you sleep and it could get infected. but your better calling up the shop and or artist who tattooed you and ask them this question before asking it on youtube.

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  17. philly442 says:

    if someone could help me please, well I just got a half sleeve done on saturday Tuesday, March 15, 2011 on my forearm and well I did as followed for the first 3 day I washed my tattoo with anti bacterial soap then applied Aquaphor, did this 3 times a day and washed the old ointment off before putting on new, now I wrapped my tattoo with plastic wrap at night to prevent infection but now on (day 3) my tattoo has pimples on it and should i keep applying aquaphor or what? someone please help!

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