This watercolor ankle piece.
Here we have a black and grey outline with a splash of orange and pink watercolor fill. (Photo: Nora Pruyser)
This hand piece.
Layers upon layers of ray leaves give this piece in almost geometric appearance upon first glance. Ray leaves are the outer ring of leaves that do not contain any seeds. (Photo: Tanner Howard)
This sunflower growing on a book.
Because reading makes people happy, like sunflowers? (Photo: Gugo)
“Until we meet again”
The black lettering over the orange fill looks pretty sweet. Everything about this piece just oozes elegance. (Photo: Alexandr Cormacov)
This blue butterfly.
Sunflowers are commonly planted in yards for their bird bringing qualities. A single sunflower can contain over 2000 seeds, making it a virtual Las Vegas buffet for birds. (Photo: Michelle Maddison)
This hyperrealism piece.
Nice and shiny and super realistic. (Photo: Javier Eastman)
This tiny wrist work.
Another simple design that proves bigger isn’t always better. (Photo: Minjoo)
This gorgeous watercolor thigh piece.
As far as watercolor tattoos go, Uncl Paul reigns supreme. It’s as if he’s using watercolor instead of ink. (Photo: Uncl Paul Knows)
This black and grey forearm piece.
Lovely. (Photo: Matt Laster)
“Believe in yourself”
An excellent color scheme to go with an inspirational quote. (Photo: Tamara Jade)