Animals are the perfect subject matter for tattoos. Given that scientists believe there are around 8.7 million different species of animals, there are literally endless possibilities when it comes to choosing your preferred tattoo design. The great thing about animal tattoos is that you can literally choose any style of tattooing for an animal-themed piece and it'll always look great. Watercolour, traditional, blackwork, - you name it, they're completely versatile, but one of our favourite styles of tattooing when it comes to animal tattoos is realistic.
Our sponsored artist Alan Hindes who works from Tatt House in Belfast excels at creating realistic animal tattoos, particularly in black and grey, so today we wanted to take a look at some of the incredible animal-themed tattoos he has made recently. With a wealth of awards under his belt from various tattoo conventions, Alan is really killing it in the tattoo industry at the moment, and we love seeing the brilliant work he produces week in and week out.
If you love animal tattoos then make sure you check out Alan's incredible work right here.
First up, a striking tiger back piece. A picture perfect tattoo, recently completed by Alan.
A gorilla, an eagle, and a leopard. The perfect combination of strong and powerful animals
A tiger and his cub. We love the piercing eyes in both of these ferocious cats.
This is a phenomenal piece by Alan, and probably one of our recent favourites. A stunning leopard tattoo.
King of the jungle - the lion. The yellow eyes really stand out here.
Another strong and ferocious animal, a beautiful wolf howling in the moonlight.
Those are some really sharp teeth! An excellent alligator tattoo created recently by Alan.
We'd love to see some more black and grey animal tattoos, so if that's your thing then why not get in touch and send over some pictures? We love seeing the work done by our customers!
If you're a fan of Eternal Tattoo Ink like Alan is, then make sure you head over to our website where we stock the full range of Eternal Inks, from grey wash and signature sets, to their huge range of standard colours.
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