As promised, we have more wolf tattoos for you to get your minds ravaged.
We've dug deep on what's deal with wolf tattoos but apparently, one post isn't quite enough to sustain the love for these wild hounds.
We've featured a lot of blackwork posts in here, not because we are obliged to, but are you kidding blackwork tattoos are stunning. Especially when it's done by the artists who knows how to merge blackwork with other styles.
Now, in all its blackwork glory and geometry, we present you with fifty more ravishing wolf tattoos.
This artists deserves a post of his own. He never ceases to wow us with his work And now on this one, featuring a wolf in a graphite pencil drawn-style over a pixel/knitted overlay, it just proves how good he is even more.
For those who appreciate tattoos that look as if they've gone straight out of an ink pen drawing, tattoos like these are darlings.
This wolf isn't the fiercest-looking, but you gotta give it to the artist for that fantastic geometry.
Entirely detailed in dotwork.
Many things going on in here: blackwork, sacred geometry, geometric, galaxy colour, esoteric... It's one interesting space.
The details and shading on this piece is superb.
The use of dotwork and geometry on this tattoo makes it look like a really cool Frankenwolf.
This is what David Hale is known for-- clean lines and clean details.
Healed quite nicely! Not to mention, that elegantly fierce wolf scowl!
Another ink pen drawn-style tattoo I find very dear.
This hand piece is supposed to be a work in progress, to be coloured. But I think it looks good either way!
A large traditional style blackwork piece on the side which can stand out on its own.
This minimalist blackwork wolf tattoo may not be everyone's cup of tea, but there are always those who prefer this style opposed to really detailed ones.
One of my favourite pieces in here. It's not too clean and not too distorted. (I've had this tattoo image sitting in my folder for a while now and I've always wondered who the artist is. If anybody can tell us in the comments, that would be fantastic!)
A really vicious looking chest piece.
Awesome concept, it incorporates the whole thing about wolf and moons. Interesting.
Diana Serverinko sure is an ace at dotwork geometry style! Nothing too heavy, nothing sparsely detailed!
This would be a hit with girls! It's not exactly feminine, but it's the type of tattoo that borders between semi-abstract and simple which what many females opt for when getting a tattoo.
This pair totally nailed it with the matching tattoo thing.
Another traditional style blackwork tattoo, part of a whole work in progress.
Straight out of a sketchbook!
Photo quality didn't do much justice to this tattoo!
One of the best concept in here. Tastefully done, with all the brush/pen strokes effect used by the artist. Much amaze!
Didn't know scale-like textures fit in with wolves!
Some fine dotwork leg piece.
Minimalist silhouette at first glance, but look at that inner design!
A common concept among wolf tattoos which won't really get old!
A healed wolf silhouette. Can you believe the tattoo concepts people come up with?
Really clean sacred geometric dotwork for those who appreciate symmetry.
These themes are amazing.
A nice tattoo reproduction of an original artwork. (If anyone knows who the original artist is, tell us!)
Gotta admire a tattoo that's intricately detailed.
This one's detailed as well, dominated with negative spaces.
Minimalist geometric figures.
It's a beautiful constellation in ink.
A dash of colour won't hurt, will it?
Okay, so this one's more of a geometric design.
"Your mother did not raise you with a wolf in your chest so you could howl over losing a man?"
Geometric. Dotwork. Blackwork. That's how it's done.