Love tattoos. Have tattoos. Plan to get many more.
- Chest/Collar Bone: 5 Diamonds
Each to represent my close family members as it's kinda our family symbol that we've been assosciated with for about six generations.
Got them in January, took half an hour.
- Forearm/Elbow Crease: A pink bow with stars (drawn by myself)
because I've been obsessed with characters with pink bows since I was 6 months old, my first outfit when I was born had pinks bows on it, I wore a pink bow in my hair to prom, my grandmother wore a pink bow when she was married. It's something that's just been very significant in my life so far.
Got that in January at the same time, took 4 hours.
Both of the above were done by a childhood friend of mine who I've grown up with and is now a trained tattoo artist.
- Ribs: Favourite album artwork/logo by my all time favorite band of 7 years.
Inked on one month after my 18th birthday, took 4 hours.
Total spent so far: £450
I plan to have quite a few more, down my leg next but not just for the sake of it but purely because it's things that make me who I am and things that I am proud of to be involved with throughout my life. I would never get a name tattoo, I always think through my tattoos and I suspect I'll be getting some more pretty soon!
I've only got one tattoo. I have a cross on my right bicep.
My rule, that has kept me from getting any more, is that once I have a tattoo and a location picked out I have to wait for two years. If I still want the same tattoo in the same place with no modifications, the I go ahead and get it. If not then I figure out what I want to change and then wait another two years.
At first it was a three year waiting period I imposed on myself, but after the first one I decided to drop it down to two years. Three years is just ridiculous.
I don't mind them on other people but I'll never be able to get one as I don't like the idea of having something tattooed on my body permanently. Tattoo's can really alter and change your overall appearance. It can give a very rough look and that's not really my style or how I want to look. And I also think that in 20 years time when you're in a different phase of your life the tattoos won't suit with your style necessarily anymore as people do change as they get older. But I like looking at tattoo designs and browsing through tattoos people have on the internet. There's some beautiful stuff .
I don't have any, but I'd like to be a tattoo artist on the side in the future (not as my main job). I'd probably have to get at least one if I want to be taken seriously as a tattoo artist, but I'll worry about that if I ever decide to go get an apprenticeship.
I have a back/shoulder piece with a HC Andersen quote, my sisters names and a music score. I also have a graphic piece on my hip/stomach.
I am definitely going to get one on my torso (on the side where my bra strap sits, underneath my underarm). I am super into ancient Greek history and there are several quotes I'm interested in getting. I'd also like to get a tattoo on my thigh. I'd love a thigh sleeve, but realistically I wouldn't get one. Just something spanning my outer thigh.
i want one on my upper left shoulder and another one right above my pelvis . I don't think I can handle the pain or my parents' reactions...i think people would be very surprised to know that I would like one.