Question by ali: Best art schools in California to prepare for being a tattoo artist?
I plan on becoming a tattoo artist. I am currently a senior in high school and I am a pretty good artist. I know the right people and such for the tattooing, I know about apprenticeships and such, but I would really like to go to art college to help my art even better. I’m taking my 2nd art class this year and for college I would like to really get into more of the painting, and drawing courses. So, I would like to know really good art/drawing colleges in california. My grades are fairly good, my gpa for my 3 past years in high school together is a 3.3 or something like that soooooo yes. Any negative comments about tattoos will be deleted, thanks.
Answer by Mik
LEARNING TO DRAW doesn’t require schooling. you can do it on your own, AND TO YOUR SATISFACTION. this is important because all art schools have their own procedures that may be useless to you…..and you want to pay for that? basically when you tattoo you do graphics and a crisp clean way of presenting a drawing.look at,,,,,
arts and crafts movements
graphics in general from around the world
if you can’t draw, you can’t draw, and you’re going to have to work on that yourself. nobody’s going to make you a better artist but you. the greatest friend an artist can have is knowledge….THAT will open your eyes.
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