Tattoo image mixing. Anyone want to give it a shot?

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    12-24-2011, 05:19 AM
Talking Tattoo image mixing. Anyone want to give it a shot?

I've already set my mind on getting this so please don't try to talk me out.

I have numerous friends with this type and the specific ink the tattoo will be done in is hypoallergenic unlike a lot of the "glow-in-the-dark" inks that are filled with toxins and chemicals. Out of all the UV inks, Crazy Chameleon UV ink is the safest. My friends with the UV's go with nothing else and will personally buy the ink for the artist to use if the shop uses a different type of UV ink.

Anyway, I'm getting, in UV reactive white, an outline of my spine with my skin being pulled together by a corset. My problem, I'm not artistic enough to mesh my ideas together. If anyone is interested in drawing up something that maybe I could use as a plan for the final piece I would much appreciate it!
I've attached two pictures based on my ideas. If these pictures are too explicit to be here please move the post if needed.

The spine in the picture has a root system. My idea is to have the spine under the corset, of course. The corset would be pulling the skin closed over the spine. The ties in the corset would end up expanding into the root system over the top of my butt instead of a bow. That way, (excuse my hippie side), my energy will remain grounded.

Thank you guys in advance!!!
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    12-26-2011, 02:13 AM
I think that would be an amazing tattoo :) if I was a good drawer I'd love to help you out, but unfortunately I'm not the best :/

I think the blacklight/glow in the dark ink is the coolest thing ever.

I'm planning on getting a couple of pointless ones that are invisible to the naked eye, but if I were to go to a rave, you'd be able to see it due to the lights :)

I hope you can find someone who can draw that for you. And I'd love to see pictures of the outline and when it's all finished :)
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    12-28-2011, 02:14 PM
Thank you! I'm excited to see what comes up. I know for sure I'm getting the spine which is going to hurt like the dickens. In the end it will be worth it. I'm not in a hurry at all since I want time to tweak and tune the design to perfection of course!
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