I was grateful for the warmth of the fire. Luna handed me a wool blanket from wooden basket in the corner and smiled as I wrapped it around me. "It's strange how you get so cold. I haven't been cold in years..." her smile faltered, "I've forgotten what it's like." It was hard not to notice the white marks covering her left arm. Like lace they decorated her skin, but I didn't dare ask where they came from or why.
I never wanted to get a daisy tattoo, until my Grandmother Marguerite passed away. I feel like this would be a good way to remember her by. I wouldn't want to get these colored ones but I like the outline of them.
This is a design I did a while ago. I've seen it recreated a lot. It's a favorite among other henna artists. I'm very honoured that you liked it so much. So I wanted to share it again. The mandala was inspired by the amazing @syraskins. I fell in love with her designs and I try to incorporate her beautiful style in my work.
Instead of trying to recreate nature's shapes by hand, Ukrainian tattoo artist Rita “Rit Kit” Zolotukhina decided to use real leafs and flowers. She calls herself a 'nature lover' and her work is a form of connecting with Mother Earth. Rita dips various leaves and flowers into ink and places them onto the clients' skin later.