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Most artists that I’ve gotten work done with do the sketch the day/night before. I’m sure if you’re concerned about it they wouldn’t be offended if you emailed them but might tell you they don’t do sketches this far ahead.
Depends on what you agreed on. If the drawing isn't 100% like you want it, you can always ask him to redraw. He might ask you for another deposit but usually, one deposit covers the design.
Take your time and don't rush it, it's gonna be on your skin forever.
Typically artist aren’t going to “send” you pictures of their artwork. Generally they are protective of their work. If they sent you something they fear you would take their artwork and have another tattoo scratcher put it on you. You get to review the artwork when you come in to get the tattoo. If it is not satisfactory you need to work with them to get it right before you agree to sit down and start the process.