Full Back Tattoo – becuase it’s summer, and you get to show it off.
A few things that you should consider before getting your full back tattoo are:
- the time it will take to get your tattoo finished and competed. Larger tattoos take longer to do. It will take many sessions to complete a full back tattoo design and each session will depend on how long you can withstand the needle, and ho w long the tattoo artist can work at one time.
- Like your tattoo artist. You will be spending lots of time together.
- the cost. Larger tattoos cost more money. A back is a larger area.
For a tattoo artist, the back is considered prime real estate.
Always plan ahead and remember tattoos are for life. So take your time and do some research. A lifetime memberships with a Tattoo gallery is a great idea – you can download as many tattoos as you want. Try doing a henna tattoo of your tattoo pattern and see how you like it on your back.
This back is getting a tattoo montage treatment. Not everything is of the same style…yet should work because the lines are of the same thickness and proportion. If you don’t plan ahead and keep adding tattoos to your back, it can end up looking junky and cheap. Try limiting the colors so that there is cohesion, and match the style. For example, only add Chinese styles, or tribal. Try to make sure your proportions make sense too – don’t make tweety bird the same size as a mountain.
photo credit: arbuford24