This Tattoo Artist Expert In Trippy Tattoos That Look Absolutely Awesome
Sammy BrownPublished on
Mexican artist Yatzil Elizalde started off her career doing illustrations, murals, and various digital art forms but eventually found a home in inking the human body. This is what defines her. Devoid of color, her delicate drawing style is the focal point of his work.
Now, she’s 25 and owns her own studio in Hermosillo, Mexico, called White Light Tattoo. “In my case, the process of getting better was studying a lot of different techniques and adapting the ones I was most comfortable with to my own work as well as allowing myself total freedom when designing.”
Her technique of choice is called the ‘double vision’ but the artist herself named it the Blurry Effect., in which tiny dots comprise the images. Paired with thin lines, she depicts famous works of art, vintage-inspired diagrams, and the insides of the human body.
However, the artist herself said she doesn’t get dizzy when working on them. “On the contrary, I love to create that effect, every little detail of it. And as I advance through the process, it only becomes more and more interesting.”