- from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J. K. Rowling
Yeah, I don't know why everyone thinks the Sylvia Plath ones are so cool, this one is actually slightly classy.
This is amazing. I love how discreet it is, just like the Marauders Map. It's perfect =)
what sort of ink was used in this tattoo?
Ditto on the last comment- what ink was used? That looks like it might wind up being more painful than a dark color, but it might be worth it to be more discreet (the boyfriend isn't fond of tattoos…).
I'd like to know, too. Is it just white ink?
It looks like it's just white ink…
This tattoo is the best HP related one I've ever seen, matches the tone of the conversation perfectly.
i really like that.
i think the color ink used on it goes perfectly
This is my tattoo. I'm quite surprised to see it here! And yes, it's just white ink.
Rachel, you shouldn't worry whether or not your boyfriend likes tattoos, it's your body!
The color of the ink does not change how painful it will be; just the placement and type of needle (outline/shading). White ink is rare, and is known for fading funny. But this tattoo is beautiful. I want "mischief managed" myself and this popped up when I google searched. I like your placement!
I've been looking at the LOTR and HP tattoos on here with a level of scepticism, as I love both but would never consider getting a tattoo of them, even though I love tattoos. However, this has got to be the classiest HP tattoo I have seen ever, and timeless too. Love it!
does anybody know what font this is?
digging the white ink
This is, hands down, the coolest looking tattoo I've ever seen!
I really like this.
Ahhh this is so cool. Love it.
Great; love how the white ink matches the sentiment.
wow this is pretty awesome!
Ive been dying to get a HP tat.
I like how it almost follows your clavicles. If any bones could be mischievous, it's the clavicles.
The reason that this is so brilliant is that the white ink, after the redness goes down, will be nearly undetectable on her skin…until she's under a black light, and which time the ink appears black! Fantastic.
Where did you get this done? I've been looking into getting a white ink tattoo, but I'm a little nervous about it. Was it done freehand? I've read that if a stencil is used the color might mix with the white ink to give it a greyish tint, which I do not want.
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