These soft edges.
This minimalistic design features enough subtle shading to give it a soft, elegant appearance.(Photo: Ivy Saruzi)
This vibrant little hummingbird.
This black and grey ink half sleeve.
This beautiful bicep bird.
Contrary to popular belief, hummingbirds do perch, land, and walk. The myth going around that hummingbirds never land just isn’t true. (Photo: East Iz)
This sketch style watercolor work.
Here we have a wonderfully unique use of watercolor ink in a style rarely seen. (Photo: Jared Howell)
This alluring forearm work.
Hummingbirds might not be the fastest or most powerful flyers, but they are the most acrobatic. Hummingbirds can fly forwards, backwards, and upside down. Abilities that no other birds on the planet can replicate. (Photo: Shio Zaragoza)
This long-tailed hummingbird.
One wonders, do those trailing tails ever get hung up on branches? That would suck. (Photo: Doctor Woo)
This wonderful chest piece.
Here we have a hummingbird feeding on a small branch of budding flowers. (Photo: Bekir Türkcan)
This purple-throated mountain-gem hummingbird.
This gorgeous creature’s name is more than a mouthful. (Photo: Tim Stafford)
This spectacular shading.
This amazing sketch style hummingbird.
This amazing work looks as if it was created by an actual watercolor artist. (Photo: Nick Hart)
This tiny dotwork design.
Because tiny neck tats are oh so cool. (Photo: Jakub Nowicz)
This magenta moon.
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