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Larry Brogan: Tattoo Convention Booth Set Up Part II

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By Larry Brogan Courtesy of Tattoo Road Trip: In part one of Tattoo Convention Booth Set Up we touched on things such as having promotional items such as business cards and stickers, proper banner size and good overall lighting. In part two, I’ll talk about keeping your items safer from theft, helpful display tips and a continuation of proper lighting…  Read More »

Larry Brogan: Building a Solid Portfolio

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By Larry Brogan Courtesy of Tattoo Road Trip:  Your portfolio is your most important tool. Why? Because it gets you the JOB. Your portfolio is what sells your skills… Read More »

Larry Brogan: Scheduling Appointments and Taking Deposits

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By Larry Brogan Courtesy of Tattoo Road Trip: How many times have you gotten excited about doing a big cool tattoo where you spend all kinds of time designing, hunting for reference images and hours of drawing a piece that you just know it’s going to be one of your best ever? You even get to the shop early and set up your station, and the next thing you realize, your appointment is 20 minutes late. After waiting around, losing your excitement minute by minute, you call the client’s number only to get voicemail. It’s then that you realize you have been stood up. At first, you are bummed, because you have been itching to do the piece, and then you realize that you just spent hours drawing, and all for nothing. Then you get pissed, because you will quite possibly have to sit on your thumb all day, doing nothing and making no money. Well, at least you took that $20-dollar deposit. Maybe you can buy lunch with it…  Read More »

Larry Brogan: Tattoo Convention Booth Set Up (Part I)

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By Larry Brogan Courtesy of Tattoo Road Trip: Most tattoo conventions provide a space for two working artists approximately 10’x10’ but they can vary by a couple feet in either direction. You will usually have two long narrow tables, one to tattoo from and a front table to showcase and display your tattoo portfolio, original artwork, paintings, prints, tattoo machines, t-shirts or any other items and promotional material you choose provided they are permitted by the promoters and local law… Read More »

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