TechCrunch | October 16, 2019 | 8:57pm| In an effort to tackle the problem of tattooed children, the American tattoo artist and author, David C. Fung, is introducing a new program called The Tingtart.
In a video posted on Facebook, Fung explained how the program will help children with tattoos identify their tattoo.
“It’s a game,” Fung said in the video.
“And I can’t tell you how many kids I’ve seen with tattoos who’ve never heard of me or who just want to know if I know what I’m talking about.”
“I’m going to teach you how to make a tattoo and then I’m going go and find you a tattoo artist who is willing to help you with your tattoo,” Fong added.
Fung is using a variety of different methods to help the children identify tattoos.
One of the most popular is by drawing the ink on a piece of paper.
This method allows the child to identify the tattoo.
Another method is to use a piece in a book, a drawing on a page or a painting.
The second method is by looking at the tattoo itself.
In a video uploaded on YouTube, Fong explained how this is a great way to identify a tattoo.
As for the child who can’t identify their own tattoo, Fuk said, “That’s okay, that’s fine.
But it’s a good idea to go and ask them, ‘How would you like to be tattooed?'””
I know, that sounds kind of like, ‘I hate it,'” Fung added.
“But it’s actually a very effective way to get people to want to learn.”
He also added that the program is “totally free” and can be used by parents who are concerned about their child’s tattoos.