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Welcome to Tats What’s Up!, Steve Kaycee’s mostly seven day-a-week tattoo blog.
Today, we are airing Apt Shop, Part 4 via the entry below.
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“Apt Shop, Part 4”
Four years, three months and four weeks. That’s how long that it has taken me to blog about everything that’s currently in the Tatt-A-Lanche page gallery. But this isn’t a time to let all of that sink in, as this entry is about the session of my baby goat tattoo, so let’s get right to it.
Alright, so for those of you who are reading this, I’ve made it known that the triceps is a very painful place to get tattooed. And given that I didn’t want that part of my body to feel sore (following this tattoo) for too long, I worked out a lot between the time that I set up the appointment and the session of the tattoo, as I felt that the built up adrenaline (particularly on Thanksgiving Eve 2018) would help. Alright, let’s continue.
So after working out, showering and having breakfast, I got into my car to proceed to the Golden Goat Tattoo Company for the appointment. However, it wasn’t a straight-line drive to the shop, as I first had to withdraw money from a nearby Bank Of America for the aforementioned appointment. But luckily, I wasn’t late at all in arriving at the shop, as I left early to contend with the pre-Thanksgiving traffic. Alright, let’s resume.
So after withdrawing money from that nearby Bank Of America, I pulled into the parking lot of the Golden Goat Tattoo Company. And as soon as I entered the shop, Craig showed me what he drawn up to see if I would like it, to which I did. This was then followed by him preparing the stencil, prepping my right triceps and applying the aforementioned stencil. And then after a few minutes of drying time, it was showtime.
The experience pain-wise for this piece was that the adrenaline that I had built up allowed me to absorb the pain for most part, as I could feel it for about the last 10 to 15 minutes of the session, which totaled an hour overall.
After that hour, tattoo number 255 was a wrap. And just like its 254 predecessors, it came out awesome.
After snapping a picture of the piece with my iPhone, Craig bandaged me up. I then cashed with him, we then wished each other a happy Thanksgiving before giving each other the homeboy hug and finally went our separate ways, with him going back to clean up his tattoo room and me heading out to a local Hooters to go have some lunch before heading home to go rest.
Well, I’m now all caught in blogging about all of the tattoos that are currently on the Tatt-A-Lanche page. There will be some more to blog about eventually, whenever such days will come. But like I said, I’m all caught up, therefore I will be turning my attention to other Art Infliction related projects, which will also allow me to have some load-management scheduling for the foreseeable future. Regardless, it’s been awesome to take you all along with me on this journey, which is the entirety of this Tats What’s Up! series. The journey will resume eventually and when it does, you all will find about that via The Nog. Thank you all for your support in this particular career endeavor of mine, thank you all for your support in all my other career endeavors and keep Art Infliction progressing!