This is the small one I got a couple years ago (I have another, but it's dangerously low on my back):
(see if this works, it's a particularly bad photo)
Ah balls, it didn't
It's not very exciting, it's an ankh on my lower back. Still very new (as of Saturday). Perhaps by the time it's healed I'll have figured out how to post photos
Last edited by Scottish Woman; 06-15-2010 at 08:14 PM.
I only have one crappy upside down pic of mine, an I only have one tattoo at the moment but I plan to get tons more
it's basically the sign for Capricorn and underneath it it says 'january girl'
Here ya go
Here's a pic of my most recent (and favorite, for today) tattoo--
It's the chakras. They're upside down because I took the photo myself. It was my xmas present to myself.
Edit - I just realized that I've only made three posts and all three have been pics of myself, or a body part
I love seeing everyone's art! I don't have any pics of mine, need to work on that! But I am seriously itching for another, I know what I want, I just don't know what I want, if that makes any sense.
Ohh everyone's tattoos are so beautiful! Here are mine:
I eventually want to make that first tattoo I showed into a full sleeve. Hopefully I can get it started by the end of the year.
This may have been covered in the old thread at that "other" forum but I don't have any tats so I didn't keep up.
Do any of you have experience with all-white ink tats? I have a design and placement in mind, and I've done as much research as I can on the net, but it's always nice to hear firsthand experience. I know it's all kinds of difficult and problematic: quick fading, sometimes it doesn't take at all, sun damage, allergies, staining from the blue outline if done improperly , etc etc etc. But I have seen a few results that I really love. Part of the reason I want the all-white is sort of an eff-you to Mother nature for my lifelong excema, which has turned a lot of my body white free of charge. (the tat won't be anywhere near the eczema itself, just something pretty to look at instead)
One of mine, a quote from Macbeth.
I love my white tat!! I am pale to begin with so when they told me that tanning would fade the ink I was not worried one bit. My tat is on the inside of my left forearm. I didn't get any permanent discoloration from the transfer outline but one thing I don't like is that the fill isn't consistent - I assume they couldn't see it very well. I have been meaning to get it touched up.