Types of Black & Grey Tattoos
These can be arm sleeves or half sleeves and are known to be some of the best types of black & grey tattoos. They are perfect as second skin and can match almost any kind of lifestyle. They are perfect for showing off in a t-shirt or tank top or you can easily cover them if you need to wear formal business attire. Due to the length and shape of your arms, you can use these tattoos to tell a story via a sequence of tattoos.
The chest is one of the best canvases to place a black & grey tattoo. Since it has a flat prominent surface, the tattoo artist has immense freedom to draw a design with as much or as little detail as you prefer. This area is the ideal surface for symmetrical or parallel designs. They can extend from the shoulders up to the upper torso and looks great when you go shirtless.
Since the back is considered to be the broadest flat surface of your body, it gives you the freedom to create large and intricately detailed black & grey tattoos. Due to the large amount of canvas available, you can add additional tattoos over time.
Black & Grey Portrait Tattoos
There is no better homage to a loved one, a relative or spouse that has passed on or tribute to a fallen hero than black & grey portrait tattoos. These tattoos are one of the most difficult and challenging to make as any missed detail on the face can lead to disastrous results but if done by a true artist, the result becomes a work of art. Only expert tattoo artists skilled in the latest methods to transfer the details of a picture onto the skin can do justice to Black & Grey portrait tattoos. Some portrait tattoos are meant to show love, loss, birth or admiration. The portraits are normally done using the fine line tattoo style as it allows the tattoo artist to add more detail and special effects to create a more accurate depiction of the picture. Portrait tattoos require patience. It is a slow but sure process as portraits are tattoos that simply cannot be rushed. It takes a great deal of effort and skill to ensure that all of the details are there.