Little Chocobo riding Moogle on a chest tattoo. Final Fantasy series if you are unfamiliar. Guessing it is about half a year old is in this pic which is about perfect timing to get a picture as they have done pretty much all the changing they will do (from fresh) at that point. Client supplied her own art.
Fun and artistically stylized ponies with custom “cutie marks.” One of my favorite tattoos simply because of cute factor.
Go ahead… sing the song…
“My Little Pony, My Little Pony
My Little Pony
I used to wonder what friendship could be
Until you all shared its magic with me!”
It is a small pineapple done in a neotraditional style on a foot. I think it is cute. The client got a nice pedi before her appointment which I appreciated. Cute polish too.
If you dig Roller Derby you will probably like this one. I totally loved the thinking behind this tattoo.
The girl is involved in derby, is into tattoos, and goes by “Pistol.” Take one neo-traditional tattoo styled pistol and stick it in a drawing of her very own skate and we have exactly what she is when skating. A pistol in a skate! I know I am a dork for finding the play on words so fun, but hey… it pulled the theme of this together in my mind so well I can’t help but dig it big time.
An oldie – Cruella de Vil – AKA Cruella De Mon or Cruella D’Enfer who resides in Hell Hall and loves her fur. This particular tattoo was done on my very own cousin who happens to be a huge Disney fan and a major lover of Cruella. This (tattoo) is an oldie with the picture taken a long time after the tattoo was done. I think she had received three or four tattoos between getting this and me thinking to take a pic. That makes it a few years between tattoo and photo. Worry not, her love of Cruella and One Hundred and One Dalmatians has not faltered. It is a classic!
A lotta stuff going on in this one. Click the pick & look close.
The location is the right thigh. All of the stuff going on in this piece was from the clients imagination. The little owl and wizard frog are revamps of existing images she supplied. The war turtle was an existing piece I did a year or so earlier. The rest was mostly bic penned on per her description. The photo was taken at approximately two years healed. My favorite part to do was the little spooky cabin in the far left background and the rolling grass hills.