Love this tat, I've been thinking about getting something like this for awhile. About the back hair, it is so hard to shave your own back, I've tried a few times and bad things happen to good people. I would say he's smart for not trying to shave it, safety first.
This type of work would be difficult to do on paper-stock, let alone on flesh. The design, the various line-work & line-weights all look magnificently constructed. I think you did just a superb job on your model's shoulder and arm. I look forward to spending time with your work online and enjoying my visits. Thank you so much for sharing your talent. This is a real treat! ~ Steve
Can you invite me to the world where you live in, so I can burn it down? Not everyone can or should have chiseled and shaved physiques. The tattoo is perfect for him, it contours to his body and what little we can see of his face is actually pretty attractive to me. Most of us are a bit overweight and lots of men have body hair, so it's a perfect product shot in the sense that this man looks average and has an amazing tat.
size 12 is considered Fat where i'm from.. South Korea. Where a Large is considered a Medium in the US. If a Girl is close to 150, they're quite large, and mostly unsuccessful in the job market in South Korea.
Oriental women, by and large are much smaller, both with height and bone structure. Bones are quite heavy and when you're much shorter and biologically slighter, sizes are bound to be different. 150 looks much different on someone who is 5'2 than someone who is, like me, 5'8. The shorter woman is going to look much heavier, even though we're the same weight. It's like how a football player who is 250 lbs and a short man who is 250 look much different, but are the same weight. The same numbers can't apply to everyone Also, the job market comment, well, over here, that's not allowed. It's called discrimination and it's ethically wrong. There are plenty of people that are overweight and successful and this is a *good* thing. I understand that, coming from a country where you think that being overweight is the equivalent to having leprosy, you'd really dislike the trait in people. But not everyone thinks the same way as you and they're not wrong for it.
"That body does not go with that tattoo." -Not0fthiswor1d 1 day ago. "... the guy wearing it does not have the bodytype for that kind of tattoo." -Not0fthiswor1d 1 day ago. "I care not if it fits.." -Not0fthiswor1d 12 hours ago
How... inconsistent. You can go ahead and block me now too.
i think that if i ever get a tattoo, it's gonna be because of your artworks, and at your tattoo shop. not only are they beautiful but they fit perfectly the shape (the body) under them. you're one of those people who SEE and think about that.
Totally agree with you on that. It's visible in this tattoo that the artist have really thought about how the body looks and have applied the actual tattoo to fit it perfectly. It's a bliss for the eyes.