In tattoo art, the dotwork style (translated as "dot work") is distinguished by the fact that the drawing in it is stuffed with dots. The closer they are located, the denser, more contrasting and saturated the lines are obtained.
To create high-quality dowork tattoos, a master must have mathematical skills in addition to traditional ones. After all, point technology requires compliance with symmetry, ideal proportions and drawing points in a certain order at an equal distance.
This technique of applying body images was used by ancient African tribes, the peoples of China, Tibet, and India. In this style, you can fill any picture, including the most complex subjects and transfer a portrait from a photo. But the classic sketch of a dowork tattoo is an ornament or geometric shapes.
Tattoos in this style usually have a large size, because pictures from small dots are ugly. The main colors of the dowork tattoo are red and black. Thanks to the harmonious combination and beautiful contrast of their shades, such drawings always turn out spectacular and bright.