Tattoos have long ceased to be an accessory solely for sailors and prisoners. They are worn by completely different people to express themselves, to emphasize some part of the body or, conversely, to hide the scar. Just for beauty, after all. But in addition to well-known facts (pain, importance of sanitary conditions when applied), the art of tattooing is a lot of speculation. And information that is not obvious to most.
Size matters tattoo
A small tattoo is rarely good. If it is a tightly clogged black circle with a diameter of 2 centimeters – still far from it, but the more details in the figure (contours, color transitions, etc.), the larger it should be.
This is important not only because of aesthetics. A thin contour (less than a couple of millimeters) is worse kept and will eventually “float”. If the tattoo is black, this can not be fixed.
The size of the drawing, in turn, dictates the place of application, and there are styles that, with all the desire, do not be done finely. If you want a realistic portrait, prepare your shoulder, back, or other large area.