Grey wash However, if done properly, color can give a new intriguing look to bio-mech. Often times you will see bio-mechanical tattoos done in Grey wash, as it helps to find a flow between flesh tones, and the ink. Majority of Bio-mechanical tattoos show flesh intermingling with machinery. Giger, of whom designed the creatures from the Alien movies.
The most popular artist of whom has made this style of tattooing more popular, is illustrator H.R. Bio-Mechanical Tattoos: Bio-Mechanical tattoos, or as most call it Bio-Mech is a style of tattooing which depicts living robotics (human robotics). There will also be some examples of artists which have helped to inspire the style of tattooing. In this series of articles that I like to call "The many faces of tattoos", you will learn the different types, and techniques of tattoos that exist in our country.
There are many different styles, however to go through them all, it would be a bit much. The continuity and flow of Celtic knots, to the proper look of Bio-Mechanics. Understanding the differences can be crucial for a tattoo artist. Though, in ways they are very similar, the differences can either make or break a tattoo. There are several tattoo styles that are gaining popularity in America.