Thumper from Disney’s Bambi

There he is! Bambi's best friend Thumper. He got tattooed in a more sketchy style but with all the details you would want him to have. He got his Iconic gray fur with some brown parts around the eyes, on the cheeks and his feet. The drawn aesthetic fits perfectly to the colours that got tattooed to look like watercolours.
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One Piece upper Arm. Anime Half Sleeve

This tattoo packs a punch! Luffy and his family got featured on this mans upper arm, so to call a half sleeve, almost. The tattoo got made using a lot of shading and colour blending techniques. The colour palette I really matching all the warm tones with only a few cold colours in the piece. Luffy especially got tattooed from a nice above angle, wich you don't see often.
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Star Wars Pop-culture Tattoo

Wich side are you choosing? The tattoo shows the two symbols of the ongoing rivalry of the rebellion and the empire. If you take a look inside the symbols, you can see a very detailed second Deathstar, with a lot of fine lines and great shading. The clean outlines surrounding the emblems create a well-balanced and readable design.
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Dragon power! Anime-style tattoo

This dragon on the forearm got some nice details to it. The many scales and hairs give the dragon a nice look. The horns got some nice shading and with that little bit of dots sprinkled onto them, gives the horns a nice structure. The tattoo sits perfectly on the arm and looks amazing from every angle. Great job on our tattoo artists' part, and nice custom design!
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The Zelda Triforce, gaming/Aquarell tattoo

"It's dangerous to go alone! Take this" This is probably the most Iconic thing in Zelda, maybe besides Link's cap. The Triforce is the Power that connects everything and most of the time it get portrayed in goldish yellow. In this tattoo, there's a beautiful mix between bright yellowish gold and almost rusty looking colours that got mixed in the Aquarell aesthetic. The Watercolour effect works beautifully with the sketched lines design of the triangles. Pretty good job for such an iconic ancient piece!
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One Piece! Fineline tattoo

"I'm gonna be King of the Pirates!" ~Monkey D. Luffy This "One Piece" flag design is so simple and clean, it's perfect for a tattoo. It doesn't need to be huge, this smaller tattoo, you can almost call it mini tattoo is a great example of that. Nice tiny lines in the straw hat and otherwise thick bold outline of the logo makes it pop. Nice bright colours and deep black for the eyes. Everything works in this tattoo, size, line, colour... perfect Job!
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Maleficent, watercolour tattoo

"I must say, I really felt quite distressed at not receiving an invitation." This Disney tattoo is stunning! The dark fairy herself is portrayed in the animated look. The Eyes with her judgy look scream Maleficent. And of course the costume, so iconic. The colorful background is a nice spin on the normally dark presence of the woman and the Aquarell aesthetic looks beautiful!
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King John, black and gray tattoo

This price John tattoo sits so well on the leg, with his hands on the logo and the crown on top you can really tell who the King is. Beautiful shading on this piece, it gives it this three dimensional look, as if the hands are really gripping onto the coat of arms. The evil smirk and the crown that pushes his ears down, really do this character justice. Well done custom tattoo!
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Cute looking little fineline fellow

This mini tattoo features some fine lines, especially in the ears the face and the knife he's holding. Yeah, you heard right, this cute little kawaii hippo guy is holding a little flipknife! I don't know what this tattoo is trying to tell us, but it's probably funny or disturbing. From the technical point of view, this tattoo is well made with pretty clean linework.
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Charlie brown with Snoopy, tinytattoo

"It's okay to be less than perfect." This black and gray fine line tattoo depicts charlie brown and snoopy looking into the distance. You can only see their backs, but they are recognizable in an instant. The fineline aesthetic in general is good for tinytattoos and this one is another perfect example
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Rick and Morty, mr. Meeseeks tattoo

"Look at me! I'm Mr. Meeseeks" This coloured tattoo is made to look like a sticker that is sitting on the customer. Our funny but depressing little friend Mr. Meeseeks got tattooed perfectly. The fine lines that shape the sticker with the white outline looks stunning. For the sticker effect, we put a shadow behind the white, to get the effect of sitting above the skin. Nice tattoo that every fan of the show can look at and smile.
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Pretty little Kawaii mermaid

"There is a world where hopes and dreams can last for all time." This pretty little mermaid is well known for her bright red hair. We all know who Ariel is, it's an Disneys classic. This tattoo is combining black and gray in the back of the mermaid with colourful hair beautifully. The red has different tones some more orange than red, that creates a nice shimmering effect. Pretty looking tattoo all in all.
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Not so cute kitty

The usual happy little kitty got enough and goes crazy! This unusual design features some nice strong colours. But not only the cat, but also the spider net in blue as a background is a welcome change of tone. All in all a nice colourful tattoo with a weird twist.
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Loving Hearts, newschool tattoo

Great saturated colours in this well placed newschool-tattoo. It sits snug on the thigh with a bit of hair going through the clean outline of the background. Nice and simple colours, great custom made new school design.. this makes for a sick Tattoo.
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Pippi Langstrumpf

Pippilotta Viktualia Rollgardina Pfefferminz Efraimstochter Langstrumpf! Mit diesem Tattoo wird die ikonische Figur mal ein bisschen umgestaltet. Aber durch ihr rotes Haar erkennt man sie immer noch sofort. Manchmal muss halt ein wenig Kunst auf die Haut.
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Batman!

Batman ist eine von Bob Kane erdachte und durch Bill Finger weiterentwickelte Comicfigur, deren zivile Identität die des Milliardärs Bruce Wayne ist und der einen schwarzen, einer Fledermaus ähnelnden Anzug trägt. Batman erschien erstmals im Mai 1939 in dem US-amerikanischen Comicmagazin Detective Comics (Ausgabe 27).Der herausgebende Verlag nannte sich später nach der Abkürzung dieser Serie in DC.
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