Kirin Tattoo Lining
freehand lining session
Kirin freehand lining.
The kirin is one of the rarest, most awesome and powerful creatures ever known in East Asia. It is a regal animal, holy and highly revered. The kirin is often considered a god in its own right. Resembling a deer with scales like a dragon’s covering its body, the kirin is a chimerical beast. It has a tail like an ox and a flowing mane. Its body and mane are covered in brilliant, holy fire and its face is the picture of utter serenity.
Kirin is a mythical creature in Japanese folklore that is often associated with serenity, prosperity, and good fortune. It is often depicted as a majestic creature with the body of a deer, the tail of an ox, and the antlers of a dragon. In Japanese culture, the Kirin is seen as a symbol of happiness, long life, and good luck. It is also believed to possess healing powers and is often depicted alongside other mythical creatures such as the phoenix and the dragon. The Kirin is also a popular motif in Japanese art, appearing in paintings, sculptures, and other forms of visual art.