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WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?

Daniel works out of a private studio located in Mt. Healthy, Ohio, just north of Cincinnati. The full address of the studio is not provided on this site, due to Daniel's fluctuating schedule and specific availability. Daniel works by appointment only, in attempt to limit interruptions for his clients during their tattoo sessions. The full address of Daniel's studio, along with additional information will be given once the scheduling process is complete.


HOW IS PRICING DONE AND HOW CAN I GET A QUOTE IF I KNOW WHAT I WANT?

Daniel's hourly rate is $150 per hour for small to medium size work, $100 per hour for larger work such as full sleeves. Daniel is unable to provide pricing estimates for his potential clients without an in person consultation due to; each tattoo being unique, physical diversity among clients, skin texture, placement and the size of the piece. Once Daniel receives this specific information from potential clients, a quote will be provided. Daniel does not provide quotes via email. An in person consultation is required prior to any tattoo session, in order for the client to get the most accurate estimate for the total cost of the piece.


WHY DO I HAVE TO LEAVE A DEPOSIT TO GET AN APPOINTMENT AND IS MY DEPOSIT REFUNDABLE?

A $100 deposit is necessary in order to secure your appointment with Daniel. The deposit will go towards the final cost of the client's tattoo. A deposit is required to show a clients seriousness, and commitment to the completion of their desired piece. All deposits are final, and will only be refunded if Daniel should decide he is no longer the best fit for the solicited piece.


HOW LONG IS A REGULAR TATTOO SESSION?

A tattoo session can vary broadly, based on the size of the piece, design, and client pain tolerance. As a general rule, a typical tattoo session can fluctuate between 4-8 hours. If the piece is larger in scale, sessions can range from 10 hours or more. This is taking in consideration the need for several breaks, and meals. Pain is also an important factor; the longer a session lasts, the greater potential for the amount of pain to increase. Daniel encourages clients to get an adequate amount of rest the night before, and eat a sufficient meal prior to the session.