It’s time for round two of beautiful tattoo designs I have been coveting lately. I swear, if I was in a stable job right now, there would be nothing holding me back Last night, while I literally spent all night long looking at people’s “boards” of tattoos on pinterest and found some beautiful, inspiring and unique tattoos. Sometimes, I fall in love with some tattoos but always in the back of my mind I cant help but think…how will I feel about this having to see this every day for the rest of my life?
Lately, (and I am pretty sure this change has to do with my new found obsession with pinterest), I am finding the most amazing tattoos that I would get in a heart beat. I am being to see a pattern in the types of tattoos I love: simple lines and also brightly colored designs saw a few beautiful colorful tattoos that look like water color paintings.
I LOVE the colors in the above blue flower tattoo. They are so rich and look so real and textured they look. I also love that the colors aren;t hindered by the thick dark outlines and end up looking like a coloring page….if that makes sense at all.
|A few of the MANY stunning watercolor tattoos by artist Amanda Wachob. Check her work out at: http://www.amandawachob.com/gallery/skin/. I have never seen anything like these tattoos.|
|Another example of beautiful colors and distinct blending.|
Do I love this tattoo or am I maybe blinded by the beauty and “coolness” of this model.
the tattoos I am most drawn too, can be categorized into two differing types. First: simple and elegant lines and patterns; second: bright and bold colors. This is the one I am leaning towards getting. Something about the simplicity of the lines calms me. While I am more drawn to big and bold colors; something about the simplicity and evenness of the lines calms me. Ever since I was born, I have always had an uncanny knack for creating unnecessary chaos in my life. My parents used to say they could always know where to find me by following a path of discarded and broken items. My husband is always shocked and annoyed at how quickly I can turn a room, or, my life, upside down. I tend to worry about everything and focus on the unimportant little things in life and I think this tattoo would serve as a consistent reminder to simplify my thinking. I don’t know why I think that way, but even just looking at the even circles makes me feel more peaceful.
I also really like this one but I don’t think I would get it on my hand. Mainly because, I don’t think I would be able to get away with it as an elementary teacher.
A couple more……LOVE all OF THESE!
2 replies on “tattoos: i want them, i need them pt. 2”
I'm looking for more views of the first tattoo in this post. Any idea where it came from or who did this tattoo?
Hi Stephanie! Not sure when you posted this comment but I just saw it…I found it on pinterest and I am pretty sure I have a few of this tattoo artist's watercolor tattoos on one of my pinterest boards which I think is titled “Loverly”