Glad you're happy with your tat....personally, while I admire the artwork, I've spoken to far too many older people that regret having these things in their younger days.
It astounds me that they're not really available in a transfer-type format, that will fade away after a few weeks...alleviating said "problem"
my girl has one of these tatoos that will fade away in a few weeks... she got it when she was about seventeen, so that makes more than 10 years now... anyway, i like it!
I remember getting my first tattoo, and I do agree they are addictive. I don't understand why and how. Though after getting my second one and not getting one for a while has broke that addiction thankfully. I don't want to be covered in tattoos. I like a few but not a lot.
I've entertained the thought of getting one a few times, but I'm always dissuaded by the permanency of it. A henna tattoo might work, but then I'm also worried about potential side-effects (possible allergic reactions on skin) as well as needle sanitation.
I've done some amateur tattooing (on myself and others), and have a few professional pieces on my body. One being a wolf, howling at a dreamcatcher in front of a mountainscape (very beautifully crafted, props to my artist!)
Tattoos are a wonderful expression of art, especially if you can come up with things that are symbiotic with your soul and character.
An interesting tattoo! And why a Buddhist theme?
I saw lots of people they have ta-toes on their body.but i do not know that it is bad habit of having ta toes on their body.
Nice tattoo you got there! I have one but I just copied an artwork, album cover to be exact and I love it.
In my opinion they are way to expensive. If I am going to spend money it will be on an experience or something useful. I just don't understand the attraction to body art in general. Maybe I respect the way God made it too much.
Of course I don't judge anyone that has an differing opinion that's just mine personally.
I do like your work Honken it's very original and has a lot of meaning.