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Large Area Body Tattoos

Rather than just highlighting one particular tattoo this week, I’m highlighting all of the beautiful work done on the body of Amanda Lemmon Bresniker. She is truly a living canvas, sporting the talented works of two artists. The back design, done with a medieval Viking theme based on the Dragon Lance Chronicles, was tattooed by Adam Lobe of Ink Well Tattoo in Ramona, California. The leg, which is still a work in progress, is done in Japanese style and was designed by the artist, in San Diego, California.

June 18, 2007 at 8:07 pm

(3) audra says:i find anyone that has tattoos all over are very unattractive. a small tattoo or one that is about the size of your palm is fine, but anything more than that is just confusing, cluttered, and ugly. you may have the most beautiful tattoos ever, singly, but if theres like 20 of them, its just not as appealing anymore. Talk about overkill.

July 28, 2008 at 4:18 pm

(4) dmhorus says:I disagree audra. tattoos have historically been over as opposed to a cartoon tigger on your butt or a butterfly on your back or a star on your shoulder. tattoos are a work of art and for anyone who views them this way, are part of an ongoing on ones body. me and my wife agree that one or two small tattoos is more tacky and cheap than having more. anyone can get something the size of a silver dollar on a place hidden by clothing, but to have a full body work and be devoted to the art and the spirit of tattoos is on another level that those with 1 or 2 tiny marks couldnt understand or reach. have your opinion but tattoos are not meant to be hidden (unless youre yakuza) or limited to cliches.

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