Visions apprentice Jill is now doing Free tattoos under the guidance of her mentor Canman for a limited time!
These designs are hand drawn by Jill and can be done in black & Grey or color.
Not all areas of the body will be allowed with this offer. Mainly arms, legs, upper back and chest will work and is at the discretion of Canman.
Interested in supporting jill’s apprenticeship journey by receiving Free tattoos?
Go to our Tattoo Request form or call the studio at 508-533-1369 for more details.
About tattoo apprenticeships
Becoming a professional tattoo artist takes years of practice, dedication, and a willingness to learn new techniques.
At the heart of this journey lies the apprentice tattoo, a symbol of an artist’s commitment to continual growth and improvement.
Apprentice tattoos are typically done by those who are new to the world of tattooing.
They are learning the craft under the guidance of a more experienced artist.
As a result, these tattoos are often simpler in design.
They may not have the same level of precision and detail as those done by more established professionals.
That said, apprentice tattoos are an essential part of the tattoo industry.
They offer aspiring artists the chance to develop their skills and build their portfolios.
As a result, these artists will eventually go on to become some of the industry’s most sought-after professionals.
Not only can you save money when you work with an apprentice for tattooing, but you’ll also be supporting local artists in your community.
By choosing an apprentice artist, you provide them with valuable experience and exposure.
This gives them a chance to build their portfolio and hone their craft.
Support your apprentices: Free tattoos
There are so many pros to getting a tattoo from an apprentice.
Apprentice artists bring a fresh, eager perspective to their work.
Also, affordability is also a key factor here.
Tattoo apprentice artists often offer discounted rates compared to more experienced artists.
This is particularly appealing for those who have a limited budget.
And who doesn’t love a good deal?