Tattoo Tuesday No. 113

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

tiger finger tattoo

For this week’s Tattoo Tuesday Senses Lost has featured this tiny detailed tiger head done on a finger. The tattoo was done by the tattoo artist Chris Garver.

Chris Garver:
“My loyal assistant, Guy, asked me to tattoo a tiger head on his finger. He’s been hounding me for it for weeks, and I finally gave in to him yesterday. It’s my first full color, finger tattoo ever!! Due to the miniscule nature of Guy’s dainty hands, I give this tattoo a high difficulty rating. I know what a lot of you are thinking, this tattoo is not going to hold up. However, I have been taking a lot of pictures of my old miniature works, and they’re holding quite nicely.”

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