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FC: Tattoo Art Olivia DeHart Art 1030 Amee Patel
1: TTTattooing expresses beauty and creativity through the application of ink to the human body. It is a form of art that captivates the human eye and allows individuals to express personal style and beliefs.
2: These pieces use the element of color. Each piece uses bright and vibrant colors to create beauty, depth, and personality to each tattoo
3: This piece uses movement and pattern to create the illusion of sheet music.
4: These two pieces use the element of atmospheric perspective, using depth and color saturation to make the tattoos like realistic and 3-D.
5: This piece uses both shape, and color. There is also movement, with the way the tattoo forms around the model's body. The bright reds and yellows create a very powerful image..
6: These two photographs use the element of lines, both actual and implied . They also use the elements of light and value. The blacks and whites create alue and contrast
7: T hese pieces use the element of conceptual art. The tattoos include a message, whether it is in one word, or a whole sentence.. Each message is very powerful and can be interpreted in any way chosen.
8: Rhythm and repetition are both used in this piece. It also uses color, movement, and balance..
9: This tattoo uses the element of realism to create the effect that the design is seen by the eye without idealization or distortion.