The essence of the Motion tattoo lies in creating the illusion of movement, which is realised through successive and continuous drawings. Each of these drawings seems to be a continuation of the previous one.
Motion drawings have always been the centre of attention of mankind and continue to interest people to this day. You might think that the skin is the most unlikely place to create motion images. Nevertheless, tattoo artists have managed to realise this seemingly impossible idea.
They have used various technical means to achieve their goal of creating images that seem to change when you look at them.
Motion Tattoo Artists
Vitaly Roy is famous for his animated tattoos. He composes the drawings with light and subtle overlapping movements that seem to flow from one part of the body to another.
Having previously developed 3D films, Pablo Puentes has acquired knowledge of stereoscopic images. As a result, he creates original tattoos that seem to be in motion. Perfectly executed, these tattoos are like a scene from a short film.
French tattoo artist Rémy.B combines ornamental drawings with optical techniques to create motion images. His works, depicted with the help of a series of lines and dashes, enchant with their magical beauty and perfect symmetry.
In general, ornamental depictions, which presents voluminous images composed of intricate and small details, is increasingly expanding its followers, becoming one of the most popular and beloved styles today. It develops rapidly, changing its direction and acting in different combinations.
Imagining Ornamental tattoos in motion gives a whole new breath to this style of tattooing. Discover these tattoos in the works of Rémy.B and appreciate the genius of creating such designs.