Almost every article keeps on repeating that the art of tattooing the body is rapidly developing. With the introduction of new tools, colors and the increasing skill of tattoo artists, new styles appear from time to time, and the old ones get a new lease of life. Today we will talk about 3d tattoos — one of the most complex, rare and painstaking directions of tattooing the skin.
It’s rather hard to call a 3d tattoo a full-fledged and independent style. The desire to make plots of animals, birds, insects, etc. more alive has always existed. But it wasn’t possible to do it for a long time because of its complexity.
Today, 3d tattoos have become a reality. It’s noteworthy that not every studio has a artist who can ink 3d tattoos of spider or butterflies the way you want it. Such works require high artistic skill, huge experience and good imagination.
Looking at the photo of 3d tattoos, it’s sometimes difficult to immediately understand whether it’s a tattoo or a real creature. However, this medal has a downside.
Firstly, the process of tattooing a lot of details, colors and effects is usually more painful. The degree of sensation depends on the place for the tattoo, but almost always the artist has to work for a long time with every centimeter, and the effect on the skin is strong enough. If you want a 3d tattoo, get ready to suffer. Despite the questions related to painfulness, in our gallery under the article you will find a lot of photos of 3d tattoos for girls, who at times choose this option to depict one or another picture on their body much more actively.
Secondly, a 3d tattoo is usually inked using a large number of intense colors. This means that over time the paint will fade, and you may need a correction. But in practice it doesn’t cause difficulties. A small color correction is common for any tattoo studio.
Summing up, 3d tattoo is an amazing style that will definitely attract attention to you. Choose a sketch carefully, and go to the tattoo artist without hesitations!
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