Biomechanical tattoos are becoming more popular among tattoo enthusiasts. They are very detailed and take a commitment because of the time it takes to successfully execute this style of tattoo. Biomechanical tattoos are reminiscent of science fiction. Most of the tattoos suggest that the tattoo wearer is part cyborg, and the visual gives a peek into the inner-workings. Most biomechanical tattoos are done as partial or full sleeves, but they are also popular on the sides, the back, and the legs. Another style that is often seen in a Biomechanical tattoo is the Steampunk style. With its many gears and antique looking clockwork mechanism, it is a perfect style to lend itself to the genre. It is a beautiful style that uses lots of metals, especially copper and brass, which of course looks great in ink. Are you thinking about getting a biomechanical tattoo? Make sure you do your research before you commit. Because biomechanical tattoos require lots of skill and artistic vision, not just any tattooist may be able to successfully ink it. Looking for ideas? Check out these 10 Badass Biomechanical Tattoos:
This biomechanical tattoo looks like it’s mixing in with the arm bones to create an illusion of the mix of anatomy and mechanics.
Here’s a close up of a very detailed biomechanical tattoo. Look at that detail in a very small section of the entire tattoo!
Here’s a biomechanical tattoo that mixes a biomechanical skull along with the rest of the mechanics.
A succinct rectangular cutout, almost suggesting a panel that you could take on and off the wearer, gives a look into the mechanics of the arm.
This biomechanical style is more of a bio=organics take, as the shapes and colors are more organic than industrial. Still very cool example of the biomechanical style!
This biomechanical tattoo is truly eye catching! It looks as though the skin is being melted or torn off to reveal the mechanics inside the torso.
A black and gray biomechanical sleeve. Check out the shoulder mechanism!
Another classic example of a black and gray with lots of detail.
This biomechanical tattoo is very bold with large components, especially that spring!
Here’s a half sleeve, shoulder, and partial biomechanical tattoo with lots of delicate detail, including a skull’s face incorporated into it.