She did the first after the death of her father.
As a child, British Jodie Dunlop watched Disney's "The Jungle Book" with her dad. When he died, 32-year-old Jody, who already had a daughter, tattooed a scene from the cartoon on her arm as a keepsake. The woman liked the picture so much that she decided not to stop. Now Jody's left forearm is decorated with Bambi, and the Mermaid's right leg with Father Triton and the Flounder fish.
Also on the woman's body are Belle, the Beast and the cat Marie from the cartoon "Aristocratic Cats".
Jody says the loss of her father showed her that life is short and that you don't have to give up what you love. In general, the woman calculated that she spent about 60 hours in the master's chair to get the desired result. She says she never regretted it and plans to get more tattoos, reports The Sun.
Before that, we wrote how a woman got a huge tattoo to put her stepsons in their place.