Wild at Heart and Breathe side by side. Pretty sure this is what my organs look like. Both of these prints are available on my site in a bunch of sizes and on paper and canvas! amilliontinylines.com (link in my bio) 👉🏼 Prints and Stickers
Questions about tattoos are easily the most abundant questions I get. In this post I’m going to answer all the common questions, and if you have others you can ask in the comments below! If you’re tagged below, please read!
Q: Can I use one of your illustrations as a tattoo?
A: Go for it! All I ask is that you tag me as the original artist in any photos posted on social media, either by you or by the tattoo artist. One thing to keep in mind is that my style doesn’t really translate into tattoos; it’s too detailed and intricate. So while you can use my art as a basis for the concept you want, your tattoo artist will likely have to adjust it stylistically.
Q: Can you design my next tattoo?
A: Yes and no. As I mentioned above, my style doesn’t really work for tattoos. However, in place of a tattoo design what I can do is a custom illustration. This can lay out the foundations of the concept you had in mind and would just need to be adjusted stylistically by your tattoo artist. Plus, you’d get a physical artwork instead of just a digital file. You can order a custom illustration by going to amilliontinylines.com (link in my bio), selecting Commission Me from the menu, and clicking on Watercolor Illustration. All ordering info is in the description of that listing, and you can check pricing by selecting different sizes.
Q: Can you just draw this out for me for free?
I’ve gotta say, I’m loving coffee shop days more and more! Last week I had an appendectomy, and for the past six weeks I’ve been in a walking boot due to a severely sprained ankle. I just had an appointment with my ankle doc and he’s thinking I may have to have my ligaments and tendons surgically repaired. I’m pretty bummed, but I’m also trying to take the best from the situation. One of the good things this is teaching me is how to be still. How to be ok with stillness. I’m a pretty in-motion person, both physically and mentally, so having my wings clipped is very hard for me. Especially when I just moved to a new beautiful mountain town that I’m dying to explore. But I’m learning that it’s ok to not always be up and at ‘em. It’s ok to dive deep into my art zone and just live in my own reality for a bit. To slow down, observe, and be fully present. To take the day as it comes, hour by hour, and not feel rushed or anxious to climb every rock before sundown. Instead I’m learning that it’s also nice (and mentally necessary) to just sit and enjoy the view.
Hi everybody I hope that you're fine! I know that I am inactive since some months already but cause of my difficult studies I don't have the time to draw.. my exams arrive soon I will be able to draw again then!! Thanks to you!! I wanted to participate #artvsartist !