search cancel – Preview Tattoos Using 3D Avatars

ObsessiveInk.comHow many people actually stop and think that a tattoo is something that will accompany them forever more? I bet the answer is “not that many”. And not that many either observe the cardinal rule that is dictated by common sense: do never, ever tattoo yourself the name of a person.


The way it all turns out, people just end doing what Johnny Depp did and modify an already existing tattoo in order to avoid embarrassments – IE, in the case of the 21 Jump Street start his “Winona” tattoo was modified to read “Wino” after his breakup with the starlet.

If only there were a system for visualizing what the tattoo would look like before having it grafted, things would be easier on everybody. And guess what? The Internet makes that possible. This is not the first site that I review which lets you do it, but it is certainly as useful as any of its competitors. It works by letting you do a video preview of the tattoo in your body. In order to do so, an avatar is generated for you to superimpose the design over it. The Evolver platform is used for the creation of the character, and such a platform requires no technical knowledge at all. It is usable by just anybody, so that if you have always been curious about how would a tattoo of Babe Ruth look on your shoulder you can head straight to the site and have a clear representation of it all. In Their Own Words

“Obsessive ink is the world’s first 3D Avatar tattoo preview web application using the Evolver platform. Obsessive Ink came from a simple idea of wanting to solve the problem of being able to see a tattoo concept prior to being stenciled by an artist.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

It will let you realize if that tattoo is a good idea or not before actually having it stenciled for good.

Some Questions About

What kind of social integration is provided? Can you post your tattoo preview to Facebook?


Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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