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Tattooed woman of the British Isles totally rockin' it before battle.

The Picts were a group of early Mediaeval Celtic people, who would adorn themselves from head to toe in tattoos of ancient Pictish symbols. The Myke name originates from the pictish tribe from Scotland.

Vilt Tibor: Drapériás férfi akt

Vilt Tibor: Drapériás férfi akt

A 'Pict' warrior; nude, body stained and painted with birds, animals and serpents carrying shield and man's head, with scimitar Watercolour touched with white over graphite, with pen and brown ink, 16th century

A Pictish warrior holding a human head; nude, body stained and painted with birds, animals and serpents carrying shield and man's head, with large curved sword Watercolour touched with bodycolour and white over graphite

Paul Komoda concept art for vampires in I AM LEGEND. Via Artist Proof Studio: March 2011.

Paul Komoda concept art for vampires in I AM LEGEND. Via Artist Proof Studio: March 2011.

Crown Indian, Pre-Reservation period, 1850-1860 http://www.treefrogtreasures.com/c-1476-the-real-west.aspx?pagesize=100

Crown Indian, Pre-Reservation period, 1850-1860 http://www.treefrogtreasures.com/c-1476-the-real-west.aspx?pagesize=100

A, late-16th century, vision of a Pictish warrior (clearly based on Herodian's description of the “barbarians” of Caledonia) by John White. The overall blue tinting of the body is inspired by a remark made by Julius Caesar, who had spent a few weeks in the south-eastern corner of Britain in 55BC and 54BC: “All the Britons, without exception, stain themselves with woad, which produces a blueish tint; and this gives them a wild look in battle.”

Drawn by John White Date A Pictish warrior holding a human head; nude, body stained and painted with birds, animals and serpents carrying shield and man's head, with large curved sword Watercolour touched with bodycolour and white over graphite

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