This is the fourth tattoo I've designed, and I really think it's time
for me to learn a bit more about the art of tattooing. Not because I'm
thinking about becoming a tattoo artist, but because I feel terrible
sending people to them with delicately rendered watercolor designs, not
knowing how difficult it is to render particular things in their medium.
In any case, this artist did a particularly good job of staying true to
my original illustration. (I will link her as soon as I get the deets.)
And while I'm at it, I'll throw in a bonus. This was another tattoo that I did a couple years ago for a distant friend.
As things typically go, I was just getting her situated for the first photo-shoot when I dropped her and broke her nose. After painting, baking again is a no-no-no, so I had to get creative. I had plaster of paris for mending the wall, so I mixed up some of that. It's like sculpting with quick-drying toothpaste. It still worked, though!
And finally got her in the shot and I'm obviously pretty pumped about it!
A little bunny's cage was in the way, so she got to be part of the process! :)