His owl design: https://www.justinmaller.com/img/projects/thumbnail/THUMB__iiid.jpg
And his deer design: https://www.justinmaller.com/img/projects/thumbnail/THUMB__24ty.jpg
So, what do you think about the owl and deer designs for tattoo?
Most Helpful Girl
The deer design is pretty cool, but not cool enough to just be a tattoo on its own. It's cool if it has a meaning, but just by itself it looks kind of silly, like "Why do you have a deer on your arm?" "Oh I just wanted a deer" "Oh...". It's neat, but it's not artistic enough in my opinion to be regarded as something I'd be willing to put on my body just for aesthetic purposes. If I'm going to get a tattoo just for the design, not for the meaning it is going to be a SLAMMING tattoo, not just something that looks kind of cool, you know? For me it would have to mean something. I don't really like the owl, it kind of looks like an angry doe with a beak.
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Most Helpful Guy
I'm not particularly a big fan.
I dislike colored inks and also blockish works of art.
Mind you I did date a girl who had a beautiful owl with outstretched wings on her back. It was a work of art and I liked it. It was however, one tone black and not blockish. It molded to her body which is a large part of what I believe gives a tattoo it's impact.
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