Did this sweet cover-up on a good friend — the piece was done years ago for her first born, and let’s just say even though he’s grown into a wonderful young man, this tattoo hasn’t grown on her over the years. 🙂
We gave it a little refresher:
No worries though, it’s still All Love.
…and dance the Dance of the Dead!!
To Ends / To Rebirths / To Life
Peep the freehand:
it’s an ExciTinG Time.
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Had a lot of fun putting this together. I’m using both a Sharpie & a Micron for those who are interested. 😉
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forget visions of sugar plum fairies – they don’t have anything on this lovely Sugar Skull Lady i started:
i think most of us would agree that we’d rather have her dancing around in our head 😉
Dia de los muertos, aka Day of the Dead, images have recently become very popular in mainstream culture and tattooing. As much of tattoo art has to do with memorial/tribute/remembrance, dia de los muertos falls right into that category as it has much about celebrating the dead as it is to continue living.
[Day of the Dead style are portrayed as skeletons; this is a way to accept that they are no longer among the living in the flesh. As a reminder that they are still alive in spirit…]