Butterflies seem to be a lady’s best tattoo friend. That and stars, cupcakes and all things sweet and girly. This is continuing that trend. The client came into the shop talking about how she was dissatisfied with a current tattoo she had on her lower back of a butterfly tat that looks muddy due to the colors used with her skin complexion. I suggested butterflies flying up her back stemming from the one that was already there. 3.5 hours later and some strange grunts, groans, moans and other weird noises, we finished with really nice results. I like the way this flows with her body lines. Looks playful.
This was created with a 7 textured liner, 14 round shader, 15 bugpin curved magnum and intenze and eternal inks.