Saturday, February 4, 2012

Pretty in Ink

Despite the fact that my daughter is a tattoo artist, I'm not a fan of tattoos. In fact, some might say I have a deep dislike for them.  Don't get me wrong, I have seen some beautiful pieces done by some very talented artists, Kali included, but I would prefer to see the artwork on the wall, not their bodies.

Also, despite the fact that I love witches, vampires, and many things other-wordly, I don't care for the Twilight books. I read the first, barely making it to the end, and gave the movie a chance.  It was, eh. I don't understand the hype, will take Sookie Stackhouse and her sexy adult paranormal companions anytime!

However, I found this article and photo below quite interesting indeed.  Taken from the comments posted, a lot of folks think she's silly to say the least.  Me? I think if a 50-year old woman can lose 14 dress sizes, she should treat herself to any damned thing she pleases! If that's a full back tattoo of the Twilight characters, then by goddess she should go for it! The only thing is, our Jesus could've done an even better job.

Have a Beauty-Full Day,


Kristyn MIchele Bat said...

A full back piece is definitely not something to be taken lightly - that's serious commitment to a LOT of hours of painful work. Regardless of whether anyone knows about twilight in another twenty years, that tattoo will still be very meaningful to its wearer, marking a point in her life where she took back control of her body and, since the tattoo is quite well done, will be beautiful to look at.

Rapunzel said...

Kristyn, you're the expert, I'm sure you're right. xoxoxo