This tattoo ink color reflects the rich blue color shades of Japanese kimonos. It heals with a more bluish than reddish touch and has been used by Japanese grandmasters to create the dark shades of the underbelly and dark ridge of a dragon's back. When tattooed, the color tattoo ink goes in slightly darker and changes its hue from blackish-blue to a perfectly balanced blue (about 20% lighter as it appears).
All dragon colors can be seen on Mario Barth's back and are designed and specially mixed by Horitoshi I.
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