Awesome Sketch Tattoos for Men and Women

Keywords: Sketch Tattoos, Watercolor Tattoos

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Sketch tattoos are often highly detailed, though, with fine line work. Sketch tattoos are ideal for men who want timeless ink that can be easily added to or left alone. Check out our roundup of sketch tattoos for inspiration for your next piece. If you are looking for a unique new Lettering Tattoo idea, one that many will find intriguing and wonderful then look no further than the sketch tattoo.

9 thoughts on “Awesome Sketch Tattoos for Men and Women”

  1. Her unique sketch style usually uses animals as her main focus and it certainly pays off, nobody would usually associate a sketch style of art with tattoos, but Inez pulls it off perfectly. Some serious ink inspiration here.

  2. Where some see unfinished and imperfect lines, Polish tattoo artist Inez Janiak sees an art form. She mostly uses black ink, which makes her pieces look bold and edgy. And they definitely got noticed – Inez already has over 60,000 Instagram followers who are enjoying her regular uploads.

    Her unique style explores quite a few themes but one of her main areas is nature and animals. It’s amazing to see how she can take common objects and make them look special.

  3. Sketch style tattoos are not as popular as say, watercolor designs but they’re quickly gaining traction in an industry with only a few solid styles of design. While numerous artists create sketch style tattoos every now and again—perhaps at the request of a client—only one artist has truly embraced the style and ran with it. Meet Inez Janiak. An uber talented Polish artist that’s constantly creating jaw-dropping, game-changing sketch style tattoos that you really have to see to believe.

  4. A Leek tattoo studio has released images of designs available at a fundraising event for a local animal sanctuary this Sunday (March 3)

    At the weekend we reported how Black Sheep Tattoo Studios will be hosting the flash tattoo event for Footprints Animal Sanctuary in Longsdon.

    Last night, Monday February 25, the Stanley Street tattoo studio released the designs that will be available on the day.

  5. On Monday, council made a number of revisions to the proposed bylaw, including the elimination of tattooing as an identification option for spayed or neutered pets that would allow owners to receive a $75 discount on their licence fees. The change would mean pets that are tattooed for identification purposes and not microchipped would be grouped in with unaltered, unidentified pets for a full $150 licence fee.

    The move is meant to be “incentive” for pet owners to choose to microchip their pets rather than tattoo, as it would be easier for Bylaw Enforcement to scan for chips rather than check for tattoos.

  6. An artists sketch is the only image of what he looked like but it’s his tattoo’s investigators believe will be the key to finally identifying him. There are at least half a dozen of them including the name Becky, three women’s faces and initials. “Some of the tattoo artists that we spoke to back in the day think the tattoos are probably from early to mid 80’s artistry.”

  7. And in honor of the upcoming Chinese New Year and the Year of the Pig, what better way to celebrate than with 20 very lucky pig tattooed. Okay, we can’t technically say that they’re lucky but the tattoos themselves are pretty awesome. Take a look at our prize winning pigs in the gallery below, then let us know your favorite pig of the pack in the comments section on Facebook.

  8. “Tattoos are very meaningful,” said Heather Neldner, an aviary keeper who has worked at the Milwaukee County Zoo for 21 years. “Whenever you put something on your skin permanently it has meaning. All of my tattoos are a chapter in my life.”

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