If you are looking for a tattoo that will not detract from your natural beauty and will preserve your image as a whole, then the tattoos created by Anastasia Green are just for you.
This genius artist creates images of flowers that can be endlessly admired, but at the same time preserves the natural appeal and personality of the tattoo wearer.
Anastasia is from Russia. She lives and works in Saint Petersburg. There she has a tattoo studio, which is a specialised centre for the creation of delicate floral images, inscriptions and ornaments. Anastasia enjoys special respect and sympathy from her visitors, because she approaches her work with special responsibility.
She is also able to successfully hide with tattoos the scars caused by various reasons, which are disturbing because of their unpleasant appearance.
How Anastasia Green Decided to Become a Tattoo Artist
Anastasia has been interested in tattoos since early childhood. During the school years, she attended an art school. Seeing her love for painting, a close friend advised her to paint tattoos. Many of her friends are tattoo artists and have helped Anastasia with their advice and practice. Anastasia observed their works, was present during their implementation.
She also learned from her friends how and where she can get the most high-quality equipment for depicting tattoos. And when, attending a special tattoo course, she worked on artificial skin, she realised at that moment that she had chosen the right profession for herself. Drawing tattoos is her element.
Anastasia says that living in St. Petersburg helped her find clients easily. When she first tattooed the sketch she drew with a brush on the client’s skin, she was really happy, realising that she was born to be a tattoo artist.
As for her chosen style, the artist states that from the beginning she preferred images with thin lines. Therefore, she was not in search to find her style. She prefers to create such designs that will not attract all the attention and will allow the skin of the tattoo wearer to be visible. She creates floral or lace-like images that appear to be part of the skin, not an image that covers the skin.