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Step 8: Some Links to patterns/outlines

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scartissue33 years ago
after you apply the tattoo if you want it to stay longer you put baby powder on it or gel deoderant on it. i forget. also you could after the deoderant or baby powder put plastic rap on it.
Hypothetically, would these bleed or some off during or after exercising?
J@50n (author)  KwartzKitten3 years ago
Depends where its located and the amount you sweat.
I'm talking like on the arm or the back of the shoulder, and... um... a lot of sweat? Not like dripping off, but close.
J@50n (author)  KwartzKitten3 years ago
Not sure haha... you could just do a like with sharpie or something and see what happeneds for a test?
16csupplee4 years ago
could parchment paper work?
it'll be kind awkward for left handers like myself
how long do these last for usually? if its a long time, that means you are doing something equivilant to henna, where you stain the skin, and sharpie is not very good for the skin. just a warning, very cool idea!
J@50n (author)  penguin.waddle144 years ago
 they dont last very long, depends if you take showers i guess, haha.  if you dont rub them off with soap in the shower they last a while, maybe a half week or so. and the sharpies on the skin is not as bad as everyone thinks0. not saying its GOOD for you but its not as bad. here is a paragraph i found on a Health Central website according to ink on the skin.

        Writing on your skin probably won't kill you, but it's not exactly healthy, either. While most writing inks are nontoxic, they do contain chemicals that can be poisonous if ingested in LARGE amounts. According to Health Central, you generally have to swallow at least ONE OUNCE (that's several pens' worth) of writing ink to induce poisoning.


Thanks for the comment!


your welcome! its a very good instructable... i write on myself a lot, because i swim, but its just not the best for you. i was just saying that so that people know its not great for you.

but yea, i think i mite try this sometime.
superyunji5 years ago
Thanks for the tutorial! :D My first one turned out pretty ace. Only messed up once and did a pretty good job considering I had to draw at an awkward angle. Is there anything I can do to keep the sharpie from rubbing off? It's not a big problem but it would be nice if it stayed on a little better.
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J@50n (author)  superyunji5 years ago
depends. is it rubbing off while you shower/bathe or is it just rubbing off when you touch it? if it rubs off while you take a shower or whatever, you could just wrap a piece of cling wrap around it, or redraw it when you get out. if it is rubbing off for no reason, a new sharpie might be in consideration for you. By the way, Is that drawn or real? its really good either way!
Well the first couple minutes afterwards it lightly came off (not too noticeably) on anything that came in contact (like when I'm typing, for example, it rubs on my desk). But now it seems to have settled in a little better so it's all good. :) I did the same thing you did in the tutorial - just got a picture I wanted, traced, and transferred. :) I'm afraid of needles so here's an alternative, I guess.
lydwatters5 years ago
Very helpful and pretty dang cool! I wanna try it.
J@50n (author)  lydwatters5 years ago
Thats what its there for. also when you make the stencil on tracing paper it helps to put tape on the ends to stick it to the person after you apply alcohol to the skin!