Anatomical Hand Tattoo

Following up on the various anatomical tattoos I’ve posted in the last week or so, here’s one that’s less skeletal, done by Rick Scholten at Veni Vidi Vici Tattoo in Beverwijk, The Netherlands.

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23 thoughts on “Anatomical Hand Tattoo

  1. Just out of curiosity, how does detailed handtattoos like that look after a few years of constant flexing of the fingers?

  2. This is one of the best tattoos I’ve ever seen. A full sleeve would be awesome but would it look weird from the sides?

  3. I can’t wait until someone gets a full body done like this, it would look beyond amazing.

  4. This is more ore less anatomicaly correct! best i have seen of all the anatomical tattos that has been posted’ but would love to se a tatto that doesent simplyfie ass much, leaving all the arteries, veins, nerves etc.

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