Henna leg designs - Tattoowise
Copyright © Daniel Ruyle
Kiran S inspiration
Henna design on paper
Volcano Blue Henna September 2009
It's been ages since I have done intricate work - this is my first attempt at intricate work since I did the 'mother of the bride' piece some years ago. Henna design is a combo of Asha Savla and Navneet Design.
This piece is still very much a work in progress, but it's come a long way since I first posted photos of it. After the addition of more colour on both the rosettes and the bunnyfish, the addition of some bunnyfish silhouettes, and a few touch-ups, this piece will finally be complete - probably doable in one solid session that I'm hoping to schedule before the end of the year. I am delighted. After this is done it'll be time to complete the sleeve on my right arm and then take a tattoo break for a while. Today's lesson: It's surprisingly challenging to take photos of your own leg without making it look like some sort of weird alien limb. I'll be sure to have some help when this piece is completed and it's time for final photos. And, yes, my legs really are that pale. :p
Member of the Henna University. willing model. hehehe nice knowing you guys.
Henna Application by Ranjana Patel (Melodic Lotus).
Catherine's henna decoration for DP and Mrs P's wedding.
From left to right: Lezard Jewel and Haty - I was lucky enough to be able to meet up with THE Lezard (most talented), the beautiful and charming Jewel (Always smiling) and the Lovely Haty (who never stops laughing - never a dull moment). Henna applied by Ranjana (Melodic Lotus).
lovely tattoo for summer time
A MelodicLotus Pattern. Henna Design and application by Ranjana Patel (www.melodiclotus.com).
Henna Application and Design by Ranjana Patel (Melodic Lotus). This photograph shows henna stain on Day 4 after henna was applied.
at Dupont Circle