Biomechanical Tattoo Ideas – The fascination with science fiction began in the 80s This fashion was influential in the world of tattoos. So in the late 80s and early 90s appeared biomechanical tattoo. This type of tattoo was becoming a unique and innovative design.
Meaning of biomechanical tattoos
Biomechanical tattoo is based on the use of electronic or mechanical elements such as chips, cables, tubes, levers, rods or gears. Generally design in areas of the body with muscles like chest, back, shoulders and legs in order to perfectly see the characteristic three-dimensional effect of this type of design.
The biomechanical tattoo ideas show the bind of human skin with robotics. The designs have a visual effect that shows a torn and inside parts of a machine skin.
All elements can be mixed with blood effects, tendons or muscles. The colors used are often dark as black or sepia colors that emulate the mechanical elements; red which gives the effect of blood, muscle or tissue. Sometimes the blue for metallic effect and white to highlight items used.
These types of tattoos are usually chosen by people looking for a design with visual effects, or are people known as geeks, which love technology or science fiction. The choice of this type of design is more common among men. These search the 3D effect in areas of the body with more muscle and arms, back or legs.
The realization of such designs is very complex. The tattoo artist should be an expert in this type of tattoos, since the greater complexity is to get three-dimensional effect of these designs.
Many specialized tattoo artists took inspiration from the works of Swiss artist HR Ginger known for creating the alien entity Alien (film, 1979). His works are dark surrealism laden creations that create a world of terrifying beings but at the same time fascinating.
Today we find many of their artwork inspired designs. Among them, by leading tattooists as the American artist Paul Booth with his dark and macabre works, Victor Portugal specializing in designs in black and Venezuela faces or Yomico Moreno with their three-dimensional designs in color. All experts are in biomechanical tattoo ideas.