Great Skin Art To Beautify Your Body
Flowers are timeless symbols of love and beauty, that is until they get old and crumbly and yucky; Flower Tattoos, on the other hand, have a permanent and eternal beauty that—to put it in the most poetic terms possible—truly rocks!
Flower Tattoos are like tiny, perfectly drawn portraits of beautiful, bountiful florals; if they are drawn well, your skin could serve as a canvas for a radiant rose, a pearl pink carnation, a lavender lily, or a gleaming, ebullient sunflower.
Your tattoo drawing could be a true piece of art, a tasteful and lovely rendering of a nature made gem that would look at home in any garden.
If Flower Tattoos are composed poorly, by contrast, you could end up with a weak rendering of something that roughly likens a dilapidated moth ball; or, worse yet, a spiral perm.:) That is why, before designing your own skin art—or coming up with winning tattoo designs for friends or clients—you probably should check out some free tattoo line art here. Indeed, by perusing some detailed, artistically superior tattoo drawings, you will no doubt be endlessly inspired to create your own floral skin art.
On second thought, since you are an artsy type yourself, why not come up with your very own tattoo sketches?
If you would like to adorn your skin with the likeness of your favorite flower, come up with your own pencil or ink illustration of that bud; whether it’s a delightful daffodil or a vivacious violet. You might use an actual, blossoming sample of this flower, whether grown in your own personal garden or bought at a store, as your model for this sketch; or you might consult a photograph or painting of your subject.
Study all of its details, shading and contours; and transfer the finer aspects of your favored floral to your illustration.
Then you can take your drawing to your favorite tattoo artist, who can take the vision you committed to paper and transform it to the perfect skin art for you.
And even if you yourself are not interested in getting a floral tattoo, it might be a good idea to master the finer points of tattoo art. At some point you might have a client who will offer you beaucoup bucks to draw an artistic likeness of a bountiful buttercup flower (OK OK, we’ll stop with the 'b' words before you give us a head 'but'); or who will commission you to create the design for a multi-faceted chest or sleeve tattoo that portrays a variety of flowers. A job like this could keep you busy for hours; soon your bank account will be coming up roses!
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