Description: One of the prettiest birds that come flying around during the Spring season is the Hummingbird. I love drawing these delicate looking birds and because I haven't done a lesson on one in a while, I thought that making a tut on how to draw a hummingbird tattoo, step by step would be something that folks would enjoy. This is a simple task to tackle because the lining and hummingbird design is bulky instead of fine detailed. Not only that, but the tattoo concept looks like a traditional piece that one would like to have inked onto their bodies. The rose and hummingbird coexists so well together, it makes drawing a hummingbird tattoo exciting. If you don't want to tackle this tut but would like it to be your next inking project, just print out the colored image and have your tattooist do his/her work. I would like an update on anyone who chooses to get this design inked on their skin. Thanks for joining me guys and I will be back soon with more tuts.
Description: We are already almost done with the hummingbird part of this tattoo. We will need to draw the tail, and notice that the tail has two fang line fins and then a row of short feathers between.
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