If you’re considering getting a Minecraft tattoo, you definitely need to check out these Minecraft tattoo ideas.
For many of us, Minecraft was a fun part of our childhood and continues to hold a special place in our hearts as we’ve become adults. That’s what I love so much about this game.
Minecraft doesn’t only appeal to the younger generation. Minecraft appeals to adults too. This game allows us to all come together no matter our age and have a good time.
If you’re planning on getting a colored tattoo, I’m sharing a few tips for getting a vibrant colorful tattoo throughout this post.
1. Save The Bees
I just love this save the bees tattoo. It includes a cute little Minecraft bee and a simple flower design.
2. Three Hearts
This Minecraft heart tattoo is perfect for any Minecrafter who wants to show their love for the game. The tattoo features three simple red hearts.
3. Minecraft Puzzle
This puzzle tattoo is a great choice for any Minecrafter who wants a unique and eye-catching tattoo. The tattoo features a red and green TNT puzzle piece.
Colored Tattoos Cost More Money
Tattoos that are not done with strictly black ink typically cost more money. That’s because you’re using more ink when getting a colored tattoo. Unlike a black ink tattoo that’s usually an outline of an image, a colored tattoo is filling in those outlines, therefore using more ink.
4. Steve and Creeper
If you’re a fan of Steve and creeper, then you’ll love this combo tattoo. The tattoo features the characters doing what they do best.
5. Bee with Blue Outline
In Minecraft, the bee is a creature that can be found in the wild. These creatures are helpful, as they can produce honey which can be used to make potions. If you’re a fan of bees, then this Minecraft bee tattoo is perfect for you.
6. Blue Sword
The blue sword is a rare weapon that can be found in Minecraft. This sword is very powerful and can deal a lot of damage to enemies.
Colored Tattoos Take More Time
Typically, getting a colored tattoo takes more time. This is simply because of the time it takes to color in your tattoo. Not only does more time usually means more money, but it always means you may need to have your tattoo worked on in multiple sessions.
Some people want their tattoo to be completed in one session. If that’s you, make sure you talk to your artist about how many sessions it will take to complete your tattoo.
7. Steve and Pikachu
This tattoo features a few different characters. There’s Steve from Minecraft, but there’s also Pikachu sitting on his shoulder, which is pretty cool.
8. Time to Mine
This “time to mine” tattoo is a great way to show your love for Minecraft and to remind yourself that it’s time to get back into the game.
9. Health Bar
The health bar tattoo is pretty popular amongst Minecraft fans. The health bar in Minecraft is a graphical representation of the player’s health.
Consider Your Skin Tone and Undertones
Your skin tone and undertone will affect how different colors appear on your skin.
Your skin tone is the actual color of your skin. For example, fair, light, medium, and dark. Your undertone is the color that lies beneath the surface of your skin. For example, cool, neutral, and warm.
Different colors will show differently on your skin, depending on your undertone. Make sure you talk to your tattoo artist about this beforehand. They will have experience in knowing what the finished tattoo will look like.
10. Bee on Flower
This tattoo features a bee placed on a flower. The bee is in the process of pollinating the flower, and the tattoo is a great way to show your love for Minecraft and nature.
11. Steve in Progress
Here’s an example of what a tattoo in progress looks like. This tattoo showcases Steve carrying the blue sword. You can also see there’s a wolf by his side.
12. Duck Mob
You don’t often see Minecraft ducks being represented. In the game, ducks are passive mobs that can be found swimming in bodies of water.
How to Find Your Undertone
I’ll admit that determining your undertone can be tricky. That’s why I recommended talking to your tattoo artists about finding out what your undertone is. As I mentioned earlier, the three undertones are cool, warm, and neutral.
Cool includes pink, red, or blueish undertones. Warm includes golden, yellow and peachy undertones. And neutral is a mixture of warm and cool. Check out this post by Clatchet Chronicles to discover three easy ways to find your undertone.
13. Can You Dig It
This can you dig it tattoo is an ode to the legendary Steve character. If you prefer Alex, you can have her tattooed instead of Steve.
14. Aww Man Creeper
Creeper is the green, explosive creature that is often mistaken for a zombie. A creeper is a common hostile mob that silently approaches players and explodes.
15. Minecraft Poem
This quote is a piece from the Minecraft poem. Some of it goes like this “and the universe said I love you because you are love. And the game was over and the player woke up from the dream. And the player began a new dream. And the player dreamed again, dreamed better. And the player was the universe. And the player was love.”
I just love Enderman, and I think that this tattoo is so awesome. In Minecraft, Enderman is a neutral mob and a character that is often mistaken for a creeper.
If you’re feeling inspired by all of the amazing Minecraft tattoos out there and are ready to take the plunge yourself, be sure to check out these ideas first. You’ll want to make sure your tattoo is as unique and cool as the game itself.