so i have all these tattoo ideas bumping around in my head. well, i currently have three in the works.
but two of them MUST be on the right side of my body. well, one of them is forced to the right because of the shape, and the other i just… have never considered for anywhere other than the right.
but i currently have two on my left (shoulder, calf) and three on my right (ribs, butt, foot). and i can NOT deal with the idea of getting another one on my right before i balance it out by putting my next one on my left.
the one idea that i have that could go on the left… the best place for it would be the back of the forearm, just based on the shape, but tbh i just don’t have the balls to get anything on my forearm, not any time soon. all of my tattoos are easily hidden, and that’s intentional.
it could go on the outside of my left thigh, but the thigh is such a big space and it’s such a long, narrow piece and it would be unfortunate to break up a space like that when more of it could be used better.
my sister says i should put it on the side of my left calf. and i like that, i think it would look nice… but then i’d feel bogged down because i already have one on the back of my left calf. like, i’m already unbalanced by having more on my right than left. but i would also feel unbalanced if i had the same number, but two so close to each other, especially when i have so much empty space.
also, i decided to google “(object) tattoo” to see if anyone else has done it. and i found one… she has it on the back of her forearm. OF COURSE. because it’s the place that makes the most sense for it!! hrm……
I love pop-art so what better way to express it by tattooing it in my wrist…this is one of my favorite work of Roy Lichtenstein
I have to tell you, I am really excited by this. I have seen so many Lichtenstein tattoos, big and small, and I have never seen them translated to tattooing so well. PLEASE GIVE YOUR GENIUS ARTIST CREDIT, because they deserve it for incorporating skin space, removing the boxed-in comic look and still making this an obvious and intact Lichenstein tattoo. BRAVO whoever you are.
I’m currently studying to be a fashion designer…. Fashion is my life… and my mother means the world to me. So I incorporated both with my mothers first initial “sewn” on the upper right side of my back… I am absolutely in love with it, and can’t wait to add on to it soon. Martin is such an amazing tattoo artist:)
Artist: Martin Garza
Okay, but at the bottom, either the needle should be on top of the thread, or vice versa. The cross point should be opaque - that is, we shouldn’t see the outlines of both pieces. That just doesn’t make any sense. As it is right now, this means that at least one piece (either the needle or thread, or both) are transparent.
Little details go a long way, man.