In addition to the artist’s skill level. the price of your tattoo depends on the size, complexity, and the time it takes to complete

Not only the design but also the tattoo. Some times you asked a lot online, on direct messages, by email or even on some cases, showing at the tattoo shop and asking questions like, “how much does a sleeve cost?” or “How many hours does a sleeve take?” won’t give you the answer you are looking for.

Those vague questions do not give us the information required to give a proper price. You can compare it to asking, ‘How much is a car?’. It depends on the model, what features if used and so on. If you looking to get some good ink, be sure to have a clear plan in mind when a comes to your design. Try to figure out roughly how large or big you want the tattoo to be and bring in visual examples or references of what you’re looking for if possible.

Your references can be also pictures, that will give your artist more information about your taste and the style you want your tattoo since there are so many tattoo styles and ideas. Since every work is different and something is done by the hour, half day, full day or even by a flat price for the piece.

That will make it easier to give you an accurate price quote.

There is plenty of platforms, websites and even apps you can use on your research when you looking for ideas for your tattoo design, just make sure to take your time and put everything together before to get in contact with the artist you choose for your tattoo, and this will save time for both that can be used for the application on your skin that sometimes takes a long time depending on the complexity of the work you request.

Keep in mind that when you coming for your tattoo you should rest and have eaten so ur in optimal condition to get a tattoo and allow your tattoo to focus on the creation and quality of your work.