Yes, generally another tattoo artist can continue a half-finished tattoo from someone else. However, it is important to first pay attention to whether the area to be tattooed has healed and is suitable for a new tattoo. It is also important to choose a tattoo artist who can follow the style and design of the original tattoo. This way, a cohesive and consistent appearance can be achieved.
Before selecting a new artist to complete the work left by the original artist, it is important to communicate with the original artist and obtain their approval on whether it is appropriate to continue the work.
It is also important to pay attention to how much of the original tattoo has been completed, and how well the new artist can follow the previous work's color and lines. Therefore, when selecting a new tattoo artist, it is important to review their resumes and portfolios.
It is also important to consider why the tattoo was not completed. For example, if the original tattoo artist was unable to complete the work due to health issues or personal reasons, it may be easier to choose another tattoo artist to complete the work. However, if the original tattoo artist did not provide a reason for not completing the work, the new tattoo artist should communicate with the original artist before completing the work.
In conclusion, it is possible for another tattoo artist to continue a half-finished tattoo from someone else, but it is important to pay attention to several factors. This will ensure that the tattoo is completed in a healthy way and that the desired outcome is achieved.