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  • Does it seem to be worse than we get closer to the crack of the back of your knee?

    是不是越接近膝蓋後面的裂縫就越嚴重?

  • Completely?

    完全?

  • Yes.

    是的,我知道

  • Places that have a bend like that.

    有這樣的彎道的地方。

  • Like the ditch on your arm, The back of your near llamar sensitive.

    就像你手臂上的溝壑,你近在咫尺的後背敏感。

  • You can't curse on a lower, can you?

    你不能在下邊罵人吧?

  • Hi.

    嗨,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說,我是說。

  • My name is Kira.

    我叫基拉

  • I'm 20 years old.

    我20歲了

  • I'm from the Bronx and I'm getting my first tattoo.

    我來自布朗克斯區,我第一次紋身。

  • I've been thinking about getting a tattoo for a little over a year now.

    我想去紋身有一年多了。

  • The inspiration behind the tattoo that I'm getting for the first time started in the summer of 2016.

    我第一次紋身的靈感是從2016年夏天開始的。

  • I went to New Zealand and Fiji to dio environmental work out there on this farm in Raglan.

    我去了紐西蘭和斐濟,在拉格蘭的這個農場進行環境工作。

  • We were planting these like Bush Mita to Ribery trees.

    我們在種植這些像布什米塔到裡貝里樹。

  • And I remember just like digging into the dirt.

    而我記得就像挖土一樣。

  • And, I don't know, I just felt so grounded, and that's what I want to get.

    而且,我不知道,我只是覺得很踏實,這就是我想得到的。

  • This tree is my tattoo.

    這棵樹是我的紋身。

  • I'm thinking of getting it behind like my left calf.

    我想把它像我的左小腿一樣弄到後面去。

  • Kind of like, you know, kind of lead with your foot.

    就像,你知道,那種用腳引導。

  • So maybe it's kind of like a grounding thing.

    所以,也許這也算是一種接地氣的事情。

  • I found Rachel finale on instagram.

    我在instagram上發現了Rachel的結局。

  • I saw representation all throughout her pictures on her Instagram.

    在她的Instagram上,我看到她的照片都有代表性。

  • I saw people who looked like me and designs that were related to mine that I wanted to get.

    我看到了和我長得很像的人,還有和我相關的設計,我都想得到。

  • You know, I was always afraid of the permanence of it.

    你知道,我一直害怕它的永久性。

  • And But I just changed the narrative in my head and I was like, You know what?

    但我只是改變了我腦海中的敘事,我當時想,你知道嗎?

  • You only live once.

    你只活一次。

  • Let's just just do it.

    我們就這樣做吧。

  • Let's just have some art on your body for the rest of your life.

    就讓你的身體上有一些藝術的餘生吧。

  • All right?

    好嗎?

  • I guess I can't.

    我想我不能。

  • My tattoo for the first time tomorrow.

    我明天第一次紋身

  • Good morning, everybody.

    大家早上好

  • It is around like 7.

    大約是7歲左右。

  • 56 or so is, honestly, time to go, like from the Bronx.

    56歲左右是,說實話,該走了,比如從布朗克斯。

  • We'd like to go to Brooklyn.

    我們想去布魯克林

  • Very nervous if you sweat when you're nervous.

    如果你一緊張就出汗,非常緊張。

  • So we're going to go on a very interesting How are you?

    所以,我們要去一個非常有趣的你怎麼樣?

  • So nice to be here.

    很高興來到這裡。

  • So I know this is your first time.

    所以我知道這是你的第一次。

  • Tears.

    淚水。

  • I thought we could kind of go over what tattooing is and what the stuff they're gonna be in this process.

    我想我們可以先了解一下什麼是紋身,以及在這個過程中他們會有什麼東西。

  • The first thing we're going to do is talk about your design.

    首先我們要做的是談談你的設計。

  • After that, we're gonna prep your skin, clean it, make sure everything's really sterile and ready to go we're gonna do a shave just to get really any hair.

    之後,我們要準備你的皮膚,清潔它, 確保一切都真正的無菌,並準備去 我們要做一個剃鬚只是為了得到真正的任何頭髮。

  • We're gonna get the stencil on your skin.

    我們要把模板印在你的皮膚上。

  • After that, we have our actual needle to skin time.

    之後,就是我們真正的針尖對麥芒的時間了。

  • Like tattooing.

    比如紋身。

  • The part that might hurt.

    可能受傷的部分。

  • Um uh, hey.

    嗯嗯,嘿嘿。

  • Outlining on the detail work.

    細節工作上的勾畫。

  • Finally, we're gonna do a good final cleanse.

    最後,我們要做好最後的清潔工作。

  • After the tattoos finish, we're going to put a bandage on you.

    紋身完成後,我們會給你纏上繃帶。

  • Make sure you can get out of here and keep living your life without worrying about exposing it to anything.

    確保你能離開這裡,繼續過你的生活,而不用擔心會暴露在任何事情上。

  • And then I'm going to give you a list of after care instructions before you leave.

    然後我會在你離開之前給你一份護理後的說明清單。

  • So I'm ready to move on to the first step or we figure out everything that you want to see in your design.

    所以我已經準備好進入第一步,或者我們弄清楚你想在設計中看到的一切。

  • I got the reference photos that you sent me, and I did a quick come, aka but what I was thinking might look nice, but I really wanted to work with you today and figure out exactly what you want to see and how to incorporate that into this sign.

    我拿到了你發給我的參考照片,我做了一個快速的來,也就是但是我想的可能會很好看,但是我今天真的很想和你一起合作,想清楚你到底想看到什麼,如何把這些融入到這個牌子裡。

  • So I'm thinking maybe I can bring some of these round or leaves towards the bottom, make it feel fuller.

    所以我在想,也許我可以把一些這樣的圓形或葉子往底部帶,讓它感覺更飽滿。

  • Yeah, I got that.

    是的,我知道了。

  • That Look.

    那個樣子。

  • That you want, it could be less full towards the top.

    你想要的,它可以不那麼滿朝上。

  • Like I might break up some of my lines with dot work.

    就像我可能會用點子工作來打破我的一些線條。

  • I might kind of just, like, leave a line out when the connection can be implied.

    我可能那種只是,喜歡,留下一行出來,當連接可以暗示。

  • You know, you're only working in black.

    你知道,你只在黑色的工作。

  • So how can you get something that's like, hold on black to feel really delicate?

    所以,你怎麼能讓一些像,堅持黑色的東西感覺到非常精緻?

  • I think the trick is to just leave certain elements out and let your natural skin shine through.

    我認為訣竅就是不考慮某些元素,讓你的自然皮膚髮光。

  • So I know this is your first time to Is there any reason that you decided to finally do it?

    我知道這是你的第一次,有什麼原因讓你最終決定這麼做?

  • The first time definitely wasn't the right time, and I'm glad I didn't go through with it.

    第一次肯定不是時候,我很慶幸自己沒有去做。

  • I feel like I was obligated to do it.

    我覺得我有義務這樣做。

  • She was just always comparing with white people, skin to mine and saying that like, Well, our skin takes this, but yours wouldn't.

    她只是總是和白人比較,皮膚和我的皮膚,並說,像,嗯,我們的皮膚需要這個,但你不會。

  • So let's change it up completely, and I just didn't feel comfortable with that.

    所以讓我們完全改變一下,我就覺得不舒服。

  • She just made me feel like I just wasn't meant to.

    她只是讓我覺得我只是命中註定。

  • I only work in black ink, so I'm not really sort of totally savvy toe all the ins and outs of color work.

    我只用黑色墨水工作,所以我對色彩工作的來龍去脈不是很瞭解。

  • But one thing I know what color worker can do for you is do a swatch test.

    但有一點我知道色工能為你做的就是做色卡測試。

  • We'll do you a test with each different color ink, and then you can come back a month later after it's healed and see how the color sets on your skin.

    我們會用每一種不同顏色的墨水給你做一個測試,然後你可以在一個月後痊癒後再來,看看你皮膚上的顏色如何定型。

  • So for this artist to tell you straight off the bat, like you know it's not gonna work, it's not gonna happen.

    是以,對於這個藝術家告訴你 直接關閉蝙蝠, 像你知道這不是要去工作, 它不會發生。

  • Yeah, it doesn't really make any sense because there are plenty of options.

    是啊,這真的沒有任何意義,因為有很多選擇。

  • Which colors is anything standing out to you?

    哪些顏色有什麼突出的地方?

  • Something you don't change?

    你不改變的東西?

  • I really like from your first illustration here.

    我很喜歡你的第一幅插圖。

  • Like these dots coming on these little balls.

    就像這些小球上的這些小點一樣。

  • I mean, that's likely Are Okay, great.

    我的意思是,這很可能是好的,偉大的。

  • So now that we've finished the outline and you're into the size and composition of this, I'm gonna put it in my thermal printer.

    現在我們已經完成了綱要,你已經進入了這個尺寸和構圖,我要把它放到我的熱敏打印機裡。

  • And that basically makes what is a temporary tattoo that will go on your skin and help us to turn in the placement for you.

    而這基本上使得什麼是臨時性的紋身,會在你的皮膚上,幫助我們為你轉入安置。

  • I'm just gonna need you to roll up your pant leg, even if you don't have a lot of hair.

    我只需要你捲起你的褲腿,即使你沒有很多頭髮。

  • That shaving really helps us get a clean start, takes off first layer of dead skin and just perhaps the area, so it's nice and smooth and ready to go.

    那剃鬚真的能幫助我們有一個乾淨的開始,把第一層死皮和剛剛也許的區域去掉,所以它很好,很光滑,準備好了。

  • OK, so now I'm just going to clean the area with 70% isopropyl alcohol.

    好了,現在我就用70%的異丙醇來清洗這個地方。

  • I'm gonna put this lotion down that helps the central sick, and then I'll hover this and you could guide me and tell me what it feels like.

    我把這個幫助中樞病的乳液放下去,然後我把這個懸空,你可以指導我,告訴我它的感覺。

  • It's in the right spot.

    這是在正確的位置。

  • Could be like centered on the calf.

    可以像小腿中心。

  • Yeah, there is good.

    是的,有好。

  • Yeah, it looks.

    是的,它看起來。

  • That's so cool.

    太酷了

  • Well, that's awesome.

    嗯,這是真棒。

  • I love that.

    我喜歡這樣

  • Yeah, Replacement feels good.

    是啊,《替換》感覺不錯

  • Done.

    完成了

  • I only work with black ink, but I do have two different kinds, and I think one of these is gonna be a better option for you.

    我只用黑色墨水,但我有兩種不同的墨水,我想其中一種會是你更好的選擇。

  • A lot of times I'll just use a true black, but on warm skin tones, darker skin tones, Sometimes this can fade to a green once it heals.

    很多時候我會直接用真黑色,但是在暖色系的膚色,深色系的膚色上,有時候會在癒合後褪成綠色。

  • So I have a black here that's mixed with a tiny bit of indigo, and this works against warm tones so that when your tattoo heels that's going to feel like something that's a sure black.

    所以我這裡有一種黑色,混合了一點點的靛藍,這種對暖色調的作用,所以當你的紋身高跟鞋的時候,會覺得是一種肯定的黑色的東西。

  • Yeah, that makes sense.

    是啊,這是有道理的。

  • I would prefer that one so you can get into position, you lying on your stomach with your calf over here.

    我更喜歡那個,這樣你就可以進入狀態,你趴在這裡,小腿在這裡。

  • So in terms of, like, paying levels, they would be expecting here.

    所以,在一樣,支付水準,他們會在這裡期待。

  • We're getting kind of close to increase here.

    我們已經接近增加了。

  • Really?

    真的嗎?

  • In a place where you have increased, you are a little bit more sensitive.

    在你增加的地方,你會更敏感一些。

  • But this part of your calf isn't too bony, and there's a good amount of muscle and meat on top of it.

    但是小腿這個部位並不是太骨感,上面還有不少的肌肉和肉。

  • So I think that this is gonna be pretty easy as far as the first time talk to goes.

    所以我認為,就第一次談話而言,這將是非常容易的。

  • So the first thing I'm gonna dio is put a little bit of Andy on your skin.

    所以我要做的第一件事就是在你的皮膚上塗一點安迪的東西。

  • You know, tattooing dry skin could be kind of painful.

    你知道,乾性皮膚的紋身可能會有點痛。

  • So this just gives you a little bit of moisture and a little bit of protection.

    所以這只是給你一點水分和一點保護。

  • Okay, I'm gonna do one line so you can get a feel for it, and then when you feel good, will keep going fully replica.

    好吧,我會做一條線,這樣你就可以得到一個感覺,然後當你感覺良好時,會繼續完全複製。

  • Are you ready?

    你準備好了嗎?

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

  • Here we go.

    我們走吧

  • First line.

    第一行:

  • Oh, my Lord.

    哦,我的上帝。

  • Oh, my God.

    哦,我的上帝。

  • OK, that's not bad.

    好吧,這還不錯。

  • That's not bad.

    這還不錯。

  • Yeah, totally tolerable.

    是的,完全可以忍受。

  • Right?

    對吧?

  • Like, that's uncomfortable.

    就像,這是不舒服的。

  • But it's not like a big deal.

    但它不像一個大問題。

  • Yeah, so I'm just working on the outline now when we finish, that will move on to the details.

    是啊,所以我只是在工作 在大綱上,現在當我們完成, 這將移動到細節。

  • You might not be able to tell from just looking at this outright, but this needle is made from a cluster of really tiny needles.

    光看這個直接可能看不出來,但這根針是由一簇非常細小的針組成的。

  • The one I'm using is a size four, and it's called a four because it's made from four tiny needles.

    我現在用的是四號,之所以叫四號,是因為它是用四根小針做的。

  • At the end of the day, your tattoo is still made out of a bunch of time.

    到最後,你的紋身還是用一堆時間做出來的。

  • Looks like lines.

    看起來像線。

  • You can use a single needle, but you're also more likely Teoh Blowout attached You if you're using a single needles blowout is when you go a little bit too deep on a tattoo.

    你可以使用單針,但你也更有可能泰奧吹風附你如果你使用單針吹風是當你去一個紋身有點太深。

  • You might notice that there's like a blooming off color beneath your skin, so we're gonna avoid that with you.

    你可能會注意到你的皮膚下面有一種盛開的異色,所以我們要避免與你發生衝突。

  • Okay, I use a coil machine.

    好吧,我用的是線圈機。

  • I'm controlling the voltage with this machine.

    我在用這個機器控制電壓。

  • Over here, different places of the body call for different speeds.

    在這裡,身體的不同地方需要不同的速度。

  • If it's a really the skin area, like a palm of a hand or foot, you might need to turn the machine down and move a little bit slower and going a little bit deeper.

    如果真的是皮膚部位,比如手掌或腳掌,你可能需要把機器調低,動作慢一點,再深入一點。

  • Otherwise, you can risk cutting skin instead of just pushing into it.

    否則,你可能會有割傷皮膚的風險,而不是直接推入皮膚。

  • So we're maybe like halfway down the line work.

    所以,我們也許就像半途而廢的工作。

  • How you feeling?

    你感覺怎麼樣?

  • It's war uncomfortable than painful, like you could go on, but they don't like it.

    這是戰爭不舒服比痛苦,就像你可以繼續,但他們不喜歡它。

  • It's a make sense.

    這是一個讓人覺得。

  • Doesn't seem to be worse than we get closer to the crack of the back of your knee completely.

    似乎並不比我們完全接近你膝蓋後部的裂縫更糟糕。

  • Yes, yeah, it's like that.

    是的,是的,是這樣的。

  • That's painful.

    那是痛苦的。

  • I find that places that have a bend like that like the ditch on your arm, the back of your near LA more sensitive.

    我發現有這樣彎曲的地方,比如你手臂上的溝渠,你的後背近洛杉磯更敏感。

  • So we're ready to move on to some of the detail work and the detail ing that I dio.

    所以,我們準備繼續進行一些細節工作和我dio的細節ing。

  • If you have looked at my work before, you probably seen, but it's kind of like a stippling.

    如果你以前看過我的作品,你可能會看到,但它有點像一個點綴。

  • We want everything to feel really light overall, so nothing's gonna be solid black, but rather will be kind of like building up definition through groupings of dots.

    我們希望所有的東西都能讓人感覺很輕盈,所以沒有什麼東西會是純黑色的,而是會像通過點的分組來建立定義。

  • Is there a place that people probably shouldn't get attacked?

    有沒有一個地方,大家可能不應該被攻擊?

  • Or if you're concerned about longevity and how your tattoo will look over time, you will have to consider the way that our bodies are inevitably going to change joints where your skin is folding all the time.

    或者如果你擔心壽命和你的紋身會隨著時間的推移而看起來如何,你將不得不考慮我們的身體不可避免地會改變你的皮膚一直在摺疊的關節。

  • Armpit, this place that we call the elbow ditch your tattoo is going to get a little bit more weathered.

    腋窩,這個地方我們稱之為肘溝你的紋身是會變得更有風韻。

  • Any place that's kind of stable and not stretching that much.

    任何一個地方,都算是穩定的,沒有那麼大的伸縮性。

  • Usually you'll get, like, a really crispy looking tattoo.

    通常你會得到,像, 一個真正的脆皮尋找紋身。

  • You know, stay that way for longer.

    你知道,保持這種方式更長的時間。

  • But a lot of people say this though, Like, you know, your tattoos.

    但很多人都這麼說,雖然,比如,你知道,你的紋身。

  • Agreeing with terrible when you get older and responses like so is the rest of the way.

    年紀大了就同意可怕的,這樣的回覆是其餘的方式。

  • So luckily, we're at a stopping point where you can stand up and take a look at it and let me know what you think.

    所以很幸運,我們到了一個停靠點,你可以站起來看看,讓我知道你的想法。

  • OK?

    好嗎?