First session on flower sleeve


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25 thoughts on “First session on flower sleeve

  1. The lack of eyebrows is the first thing I noticed.
    On the subject of the tattoo though it looks like its going to come out nice I dont think the way it flows with her arm is that great though beacuse of the way the vines end in the middle of her arm.

  2. I love how classically beautiful she is combined with her mod’s…definately my kinda women :) Her tattoo looks cool, I’d like to see how it turns out once it’s completed.

  3. she has the most beautiful shaped eyes i have seen in a long time, along with the blueness of her eyes, amazing
    love the tattoo as well

  4. her and her tattoo are very pretty. love the eyebrowlessness too. it really works on some people.

  5. #15 – I agree! I was thinking that she reminded me of someone and I couldn’t put my finger on it.

    I think her tattoo looks fantastic as is. I’d also love to see it when it’s finished.

  6. seriously i think it’s better now than it will be eventually, i often like just the outline of tattoos, but maybe it will turn out nicely…

  7. That will look really lovely when finished. She’s got a pixieish look that suits that tat so well.

  8. I love tattoos at this stage. This flower design is very similar to what I’m planning to put on my upper arm. I love her face too, she has a very unique beauty. :)

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