Realistic Cat Portrait in Traditional Frame
The client sat through a long session in a painful spot on the top of her thigh. She sat phenomenal as we finished up this tattoo. There wasn't just one realistic cat portrait, but 2. The cat portraits were a lot of fun and I enjoyed putting them into the ornate frame.
Realism tattooing is always fun, especially when working on pet portraits. Realistic pet portraits can take a lot of time (anywhere between 4 to 10 hours). I'm not sure the exact total time, but it was a long session. Especially since the previous day, we tattooed her other thigh.
We added the ornate frames to help contrast the realism as well as give a border. They help to give a finished look to the piece instead of making it look like a floating head.
I had a lot of fun working on these, and would love to do more. If interested, contact us through the contact page to this website. Thanks for looking!
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