I thought you might enjoy my crappy text tattoo cover ups. The foot with the robin had the same text on it, and the other foot is going to be covered with a bluebird (both by Antony Flemming). As soon as the coverup was finished I was so relieved that I was halfway to never having to explain those stupid text tattoos again.
can we just compare these two and see how the one on the right is WAY more awesome than the boring text on the left? that bird is beautiful and i’m so glad you went for a coverup
Tattoo by Chris Thompson at House of Tattoo in Tacoma, Washington.
Chris now works at Slave to the Needle in Seattle Washington.
are those twinkies?
what is going on here
This is super cute, I think fytattoossucks might like this!!
omg hell yeah
fytattoossucks tattoopoo sorryyouruinedyourself
My new infinity tattoo!!
is that a donut
No it’s my new infinity tattoo
really tho that doughnut looks delicious right now
someone please bring me an infinidonut
Tattoo done by Ricky in Westfield, Massachusetts. “Namaste” Got this after I got out of rehab. My inspiration, and still clean. <3
doesn’t namaste mean hello?
guys!! i won the contest that i did that persephone nail art for omg!!
Watercolor Rose by Blake Kennedy at Super Genius Tattoo, Seattle WA
(original painting by Jeff Proctor)
this is why artwork meant for paper doesn’t usually transfer that well onto skin
just did clocks in general. here are also some hourglass examples
Anonymous asked: Hi there! I just have a quick question. I'm not planning on getting a tattoo for another couple of years, but I still like to look at styles to compare. What style of tattooing (sorry if the terminology is wrong) would Sasha Unisex's be considered? Thank you!
her work is translated from a watercolor painting to skin, so i would call them watercolor tattoos but not in the same sense as Peter Aurisch or Ondrash