What do you do when you want a tattoo but don’t want the commitment of permanent ink? The moodInq system is a breakthrough in tattoo technology, using a skin-safe proprietary E ink encapsulated pigment system that lasts a lifetime but can be configured to display any design (or none!) to suit your mood.
So how does it work? We have partnered with leading physicians and technicians in the cosmetic surgery industry to implant the E ink grid, called a canvas. The canvas can go anywhere on your body and be configured to the size and shape of the body party you’d like to ink. After a short healing period (usually 2-3 days), you can begin using the moodInq software included with your kit to change your canvas to display the tattoo you desire! Found on ThinkGeek.
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I think they can be completely different and still be awesome. It’s like when people have totally different sleeves. Mine probably won’t be related when I eventually get around to designing them. Do what you want to do; your body, your designs.
Actually had to do a little research on this one! There are a couple of things about coverups and scarring that make this tricky. First, there has to be enough negative space in your current tattoo so that the artist can turn it into something comprehensive. Covering a tattoo up is just putting another layer of ink in the skin but it doesn’t always completely cover what is already there. Definitely take some time to find a good artist and really sit down and discuss designs with them until you’re 100% happy. You don’t want to cover it up with something else you’ll grow tired of.
Now onto the scarring bit. The trouble with scarring is that, while you can tattoo over it, the texture of the scar will remain. The lines may not be as clean as they would on new skin depending on how bad it is. My suggestion would definitely be to consult an artist at a shop who can look at your tattoo and decide whether it can be done again or not.
I hope this helped a bit and good luck.
Well you could spend hours looking into mermaid designs but the size is always adjustable for whatever design you choose. The only tricky part about getting small tattoos is that they can’t have a lot of detail on them. Most artists wont even tattoo a detailed design if it’s too small because it will all just blur together, especially with aging. I can definitely look for some new mermaid designs though; I love them too.
As far as placement, it would look good anywhere, really. On the foot leading up to the ankle would look really nice. Like you said, the tail to foot effect would be sweet. I’m also partial to side and back tattoos but if you’re set on keeping it small then you’ll want to keep it to small areas. You wouldn’t want to put a small design on a large space of skin.
If you decide on one, definitely submit it!