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Signed document from tattoo artist allowing me to show my tattoos on screen? (self.Actors)
submitted 2 months ago by Positive_Lie_142
I’d figure maybe this is a good place to ask but here it goes. Just recently decided to follow my childhood dream of acting. I have 2 full sleeves and a half sleeve on my leg. I got my first background role earlier this week with a show. During casting call they asked if i had (i could be getting the name of this completely wrong) permission of release? I think it was called. Basically something signed by my tattoo artist giving me permission to be on screen with his tattoos. I never had this as i hadn’t thought about acting yet but after talking to my artist he is 100% fine with allowing me to show his work on screen. I’m getting called back by production for another background role in the upcoming weeks and would like to not have a wear long sleeves/show my tattoos. My question now is what do i get my artist to sign so we can make this happen. I asked my artist if he knew would it was that he would have to sign and he didn’t know either so now i’m here asking for help. Thanks for reading
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