The tattoo you are looking at represents a vegetal motif, a tree.
To create it I strictly adhered to the aesthetic canons of plant motifs in the Mammen period of Viking art.
Scrolling through the post, in addition to the details of the tattoo, you can see some archaeological examples of the ornaments I am referring to :)
Not everyone knows that plant elements were not always represented by ancient Scandinavian craftsmen, finding a place in Viking art only late.
The study of the various moments of the Viking era is therefore crucial to create something truthful and historically coherent.
Keep this in mind the next time you decide to get a Yggdrasill tattoo! 😉