If you make the decision to get a tattoo, what will help the artist understand what you're looking for? A Twin Falls tattoo artist talks about what his clients bring him when they want a tattoo.

Most of the time they'll bring in some kind of reference, an idea, any kind of thing to spark our imagination works great.

Brandon Quigley of WarmArt in Twin explained what he sees most often for tattoo ideas.

"Most of the time they'll bring in some kind of reference, an idea, any kind of thing to spark our imagination works great. They can come in and say "I don't know what I want" and you can say "I can draw all day and not come up with anything for you". Give me something to work with. Most of the time if they have some sort of an idea, we can run with that and get started."

Brandon was an art major before he decided tattoos were what he wanted to do. He recommended that any aspiring tattoo artist understand that they need to be humble and understand they are not a rock star. He and his fellow artists at WarmArt have put in many years to learn their trade. Brandon added "Make sure you're bringing something unique to the table".

For more information on Brandon and WarmArt, visit their website and Facebook page.