Wow, no! Really if you are that desparate go buy some descent quality permanent markers, and draw it in, or better yet have the person who was gonna tattoo you in the first place draw it in. First off that will show you the artist ability, not like what you saw on websites is it? Tattooing on skin is not the same as drawing on paper. Often a design on a flat sheet of paper looks like crap on skin. Second if you still like, keep drawing that on for a month or more. Sound like too much work? Well the first initial month of tattoo care for an actual one is about the same. Still after all that and you still like it? Call around to tattoo parlours and ask if an apprentice wants to do some free work, often they will. To become an apprentice today required that 1. you are an exceptional artist, 2. They're standards for cleanliness is often slightly higher out of sheer eagerness to please there boss then there boss is. 3. At least they will know what they are doing somewhat.... Which should hopefully lead you tot eh realisation that a board certified tattoo artist is the way to go. Now this probably isn't what you wanted to hear, but its a constructive start that will teach you a lot in a short amount of time, and lesson a potentially life long regret.