Tattoo of the hand
Bucolic scene where a moment of a father's walk with his 2-year-old girl is realistically reflected. The two of them holding hands. Full motion representation, where we can easily imagine that no element is static thanks to the fullness of detail and differentiation between dark gray and black
In this tattoo by Miguel Bohigues you can appreciate both the realistic design of the scene, as the appearance of buildings, composing a beautiful picture. The forest, the lake and the rocky path through which the protagonists walk, help the representation to create a very complete depth and a real atmosphere.
As for the more technical aspects of the composition, it is a balanced drawing: the right complexity leads to not overloading the scene. Likewise, the visual weights of the composition are suitable for the area of the body in which it is located, highlighting a flock in full flight.
Finally, in the work of Aldaya's renowned tattooist there are dynamic tensions: it is a non-inert representation; the spectator perceives the protagonists alive thanks to the obliqueness of the lines, which create obtuse and sharp angles that lead us through the tattoo.