Added by on August 22, 2013

This tattoo session was inspired by a watercolor painting of a peacock feather. She requested for it to retain as much free flowing qualities as possible – c…

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16 Comments

  • RainCall13 7 years ago

    *lol some comments in here are just ridiculous! It is a normal tattoo and stays forever! The original picture was a watercolor you idiots!

  • Lesly Ruano 7 years ago

    How long does Its stay?

  • migaud7789 7 years ago

    This is so beautiful!

  • McCBleuBelle 7 years ago

    I love it, what is the difference in ‘pain’ for a watercolor tattoo compared to ‘normal’?

  • Sophie Anthony 7 years ago

    SAME HERE. did you find anyone?

  • gshunw 7 years ago

    I’m in love….

  • obsidianstarlight 7 years ago

    This is completely gorgeous!

  • zoella garcia 7 years ago

    Is this permanent ? or will it fade away ? I love it tho !!

  • Alexis White 7 years ago

    Literally, the greatest tattoo I’ve seen. In love with your work. Wish I could travel to wherever you are and get one done!

  • danasusername818 7 years ago

    i am in love your work on this, I have designed my tattoo and want it in watercolor style but I’m having difficulty finding a good tattoo artist for it.

  • comegetmyxlove 7 years ago

    Wow, love the water color look to it! The colors look very nicely blended

  • Joel Wright 7 years ago

    Thanks! I’m glad someone could appreciate the toilet paper appearance also. haha

  • pripri1113 7 years ago

    Haha the toilet paper. This is stunning. By far one of the best peacock feather tattoos I have seen. So many people get them done and most that I’ve seen tend to look too cartoonish. The watercolor like effect makes this one look gorgeous. It’s so unique. I’m in love with it.

  • Joel Wright 7 years ago

    Thanks Pimp. I use a combo of Eternal, Starbright, and Intenze. I want to try more fusion and Alla Prima.

  • pimpminister1981 7 years ago

    Sick work man u have the skills to bring a tattoo alive that’s for sure. What ink do u use?

  • Joel Wright 7 years ago

    Only 20 seconds into the video, a mysterious roll of paranormal toilet paper appears. Where did it come from and what was it doing in my room?