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Presenting…one of the most popular Star Wars tattoo design options…Boba Fett Yoda tattoos. Fans might also like to consider popular characters such as C3PO, The Mandalorian, Darth Vader, and Darth Maul tattoo ideas.
The Star Wars franchise has countless characters for the viewers to associate with. If you like to walk on the dark side, Darth Vader and Kylo Ren are most likely your eye candy. If you have a desire to be good and fight evil, there is a long list with Luke Skywalker and Obi Wan Kenobi at the front of the line. And if you have a thing for the flirty, handsome loner, Han Solo is your guy. This character, Boba Fett, is a character that falls in a land of his own.
The audience is first introduced to Boba Fett in Episode V: The Empire Strikes back. He was hired to hunt and catch Han Solo, tracking down the Millennium Falcon, and because of that he made enemies and fans in the audience. He is very clearly a character that is on the dark side, but along with that comes a strong following of people who have a strong love for the dark side.
In this post you will see Boba Fett tattoos that show both the power he holds, and the mystery behind his overall character. There is a lot that is left open to the imagination, and filling in the blanks with his character. You will see the strength, and you will see a lot f the patented green helmet and Mythosaur emblem. Buckle up and enjoy these fearsome Boba Fett tattoos.
Best Boba Fett Tattoos & Inspiration
“He’s no good to me dead.”
This is one of the darker quotes that will come from Star Wars, and fits perfectly with the theme of this tattoo. Boba Fett’s mask in this tattoo is brightly colored, with flowers and a skeleton smile like a Dia De Los Muertos skull. You can see the broken skull inside of the mask to signify death. This is one dark and ominous tattoo.
Tattoos that have this style of color are very interesting and unique. The first thing that makes this unique is the dripping orange, which is different from his traditional green and red. The dripping ink is a very nice feature, which makes the detail seem un-detailed.
Boba Fett’s Stare down
If there’s one place you don’t want to be, it’s staring down the end of Boba Fett’s blaster. The bright colors and detail of Boba Fett’s armor and mask make this tattoo fit perfectly in the mix of the others. Especially next to a stormtrooper!
Lego Boba Fett
The Lego version of the character has made its way back, this time in the form of Boba Fett. A side by side comparison shows how similar the two are, even when tattooed as a Lego. Using the Lego look for a tattoo is becoming a more common theme for many people.
On this person’s forearm you can clearly see Boba Fett’s mask, surrounded by colorful flowers. Boba Fett is rumored to be dead, and this tattoo pays respect to Boba Fett’s falling. The bright colors of the flowers surrounding the helmet, as well as a few on it make this a bright piece.
Boba Fett & Ship Chest Tattoo
This is a large that covers this man’s entire chest, but the color scheme is much different than others. This has very dark and heavy colors, not like the bright colors that we’re used to with Boba Fett’s mask. This green is much darker, in both the mask and the ship.
Boba and Han
A memorable scene from Episode V was when Boba Fett had Han Solo dipped in the carbonite. This black and white rendering of that moment uses shading to make this a very detailed piece of art. There are just two tiny pieces of color in this entire piece and it’s the two faint red lines, and the faint brown at the end of Fett’s blaster.
Un-Outlined Boba Fett Mask
Boba Fett’s mask is very clearly a topic for many of these tattoos since it is so unique. This is another example of the silhouetted, relatively non-outlined mask. This is different from others that we’ve seen because this is colored the exact opposite. There is heavy ink on the space where there was previously color. If you also look closely you can slightly make out the Mythosaur emblem. It’s faint but it’s definitely there.
Love of Boba Fett
This tattoo has a very different contrast of colors. The red from the roses stands out because the mask is just simply black and white. The silhouette-ish version of the mask, with old faded colors is surrounded by bright red colored roses. This is a beautiful memoriam to Boba Fett’s life.
Side Angle Boba Fett
The bicep of this man is now covered with a Boba Fett side view tattoo. Many people decide to have the tattoo facing forward, but I think this is an interesting take on the character. The side view shows the details of everything he carried on his back. The detail in the gun and the blaster on his cack are very nicely shaded, and the coloring of his helmet makes it a great piece.
Boba Fett’s Ship
This is an interesting tattoo because it is focused on Boba Fett’s ship, but not the whole thing. This is another example of the side view, much like the tattoo above. The black and white of this tattoo makes the shading of it stand out much more. The detail of all aspects, throwing in the silhouette version of C3PO and R2D2 above add to this Star Wars tattoo collection.
Mythosaur & Boba Fett’s Helmet
This is an interesting piece, because it combines the most famous Mandalorian with the mythical beast. The Mythosaur is front and center, prominent and dark while you see Boba Fett’s helmet in the background. The detail of the background is loose which puts all of the focus on the Mythosaur. This is an extremely well thought out and planned tattoo.
Boba Fett’s Destruction
The red from the fire and the marks all over Boba Fett’s helmet shows the destruction that this tattoo is supposed to mean. Many tattoos show the helmet as clean, with no marks at all, and this is the exact opposite. It shows the battle marks, and the fire that follows war. This tattoo on the back of this man’s hand is a strong statement about the power and destruction following Boba Fett.
Boba Fett’s Mask
What looks like the end of the sleeve, this tattoo of Boba Fett caps off a very colorful chain of tattoos. The bright green and red in his helmet, along with the colorful orange in the background is a great addition to the colorful flowers right above.
Black and white battle
There are a lot of different aspects of this tattoo. The very nature of the dark tattoo makes it a true work of art. All of the shading that went into this tattoo makes the image so vivid. In the bottom corner you can see the face of baby Yoda, which blends perfectly with the rest of the tattoo.
A Blue Boba Fett
Boba Fett’s mask is green, along with his armor, but the thing about tattoos is you can have them done however you want. If you want to make a color change that is your decision, which is exactly what this person did. The detail, down to the Mythosaur symbol on the shoulder is all identical, even if the armor is now blue. This shoulder piece is a very detailed and colorful work of art.
The Boba Fett Popsicle
I have to say this is one of the more unique tattoos that I think we will ever see of Boba Fett. What is he? A popsicle! The mask is clearly detailed and very colorful, and this person even used a fake bullet as a piece of bubble gum! I don’t think we’ll be seeing anything like this anytime soon. A true original.
Lazy Boba Fett
So, we are sticking with the popsicle theme in this next tattoo. Except this time, it’s not Boba Fett as the popsicle, it’s Han Solo. In Episode 5 Boba Fett has Han Solo dipped into carbonite so he can’t escape. Well, that carbonite looks awfully tasty in this cartoonish piece, since Boba Fett is eating him! The childish nature of this representation of Boba Fett is an interesting unique twist.
Boba Fett Portrait
Boba Fett’s primary feature is his face, with his very different helmet than most. The colors he wears on his helmet and armor is different than most, but this tattoo is a black and white version. What makes this different is the clear identified markings and scratches on the helmet and the extra equipment he carries. This is a gravely detailed work of art that anyone will stop to take a second look.
Colored outside the lines
Tattoos like this always intrigue me. Boba Fett’s mask is outlined, with just the eye and mouth area heavily blackened in. The green and red from his helmet are only represented by heavy colorful circles behind it. The colors are there, just not in the right place which makes this an abstract colored tattoo.
Full Bicep Boba Fett
The pure time and effort put into the detailing of this tattoo is incredible. Everything about Boba Fett is detailed, down to the scuffs of paint on his helmet. The color on both the ship and the armor makes this tattoo stand out.
Storm Trooper & Boba Fett
Boba Fett is not necessarily the focal point of this tattoo, but is very obviously the first thing that you notice. When you look, yes the storm trooper is the largest, but the bright colors of Boba Fett make him the first thing you notice. This whole piece is detailed down to the coloring under the storm trooper suit. This is a large tattoo and it quite honestly looks great.
There is another tattoo in this post that is the direct opposite of this. The flowers were colored and the mask was black and white. This, clearly is the difference. The detail and distinct color of the mask stands out, and especially the bold colors in the mask outline and the marks. The chips of paint and the scrapes make this look amazing.
A Dark Side Tribute
There is a lot of different aspects of this tattoo, all featuring the dark side. The Mythosaur, Boba Fett, the Death Star, Boba Fett’s ship and of course Darth Vader. There is a lot of detail, a lot of color and a lot going on in this back tattoo, which encompasses everything about Boba Fett’s relationship with Darth Vader.
Boba Fett & The Red Mythosaur
Boba Fett’s character remains the same in this tattoo color-wise but the Mythosaur stands out. The one difference between this tattoo and others is the shade out. The artists puts all of the detail focused on the center and leaves the outline blurry. It is a great way to close off a tattoo that has a lot of detail in the center and to get you from looking away from the outside.
The Boba Fett Diamond
A lot of tattoos now have the diamond which is supposed to prevent the focal point from getting disturbed. When you look at the outside of a tattoo you don’t want to see anything blurry. You want to see a hard stop to the tattoo which is what this tattoo does. The color and the fact the color falls outside of the line makes this character stand out.
Boba, The Bounty Hunter
Boba Fett was first and foremost, a bounty hunter. This tattoo paying homage to this craft features more detail than most other tattoos. It has the Mythosaur over his back shoulder and the rose next to his blaster. When you truly look at details, you can see the amount of work this person put into it because of his back arm. Everything is intricately done, and makes this a great tattoo.
The Side Shot
There is a lot of detail in this tattoo, but at the same time, lack of detail. What stands out is the coloring. The whole tattoo is fairly green, the mask, the armor and the leaves, but the one difference is the shoulder cap. The yellow on the shoulder cap really stands out, especially with the red Mythosaur symbol.
A Shaded Masterpiece
Yes, this tattoo is black and white, but that’s not what makes this stand out. It’s the shading. The shading of this tattoo is incredible and makes this full bicep tattoo whole. Towards the top you’ll see lighter shading and near the bottom you’ll see heavier shading. It’s a great work of art done with just one colored used a bunch of different ways.
Bright, Colorful Boba Fett
This tattoo, on this person’s quad, stands out strictly because of the color and detail. The details and the color makes everything vivid about this tattoo. There is such definitive color and bold colors that this will be a noticeable tattoo. The perception of the blaster is also very intimidating, with the size of it almost the size of Boba Fett’s shoulder!
Dripping Boba Fett Mask
This is a different take on the “dripping ink” tattoos, since it clearly doesn’t have a pronounced outline. This used the various colors to outline the helmet, which makes this feel loose. This chest tattoo is actually a very difficult piece to pull off since it’s only focused on various blotches of ink.
Everything that surrounds Boba Fett and the Mandalorian is featured here. The colors are so bright and prominent that it makes everything stand out even more. The mask is a bright green, with the bold yellow shoulder patch, clearly defining where Boba Fett is. Look up for the bright red Mythosaur symbol and look down for the bright greenish and red of Boba Fett’s ship. There is a lot of color, and a lot going on period here in this work of art.
Full Hip Boba Fett
The entire tattoo (for obvious reasons) isn’t clearly shown, but the detail that is there is phenomenal. There are bright colors, there is immense detail in all of the aspects of his armor and the tattoo is quite large. This is a tattoo that definitely took a lot of time making all of those little details stand out.
Silhouette Boba Fett
This is another tattoo much like a sketch, but not quite. The details and outlining of the helmet and blaster are all very prominent, but there isn’t much shading. The “all outline” tattoos look great when they are done properly and Boba Fett and his blaster certainly are!
Baby Boba Fett
This is an interesting tattoo, and definitely a unique one. Boba Fett is pictured here as almost childish, with the large green head and the tiny body. Although the body is definitely different than you’d expect. It’s his ship! The colorful and interesting twist on Boba Fett here makes a one of a kind tattoo.
This is one of the more unique Mythosaur tattoos that you will come across. The symbol of the Mandalorian is their strength and this tattoo represents an island, with a large flowing river or waterfall. The dark and ominous symbol is still there, just with a beautiful island surrounding it.
Full Colored Body
With no scene or setting, this tattoo stands out solely as a very detailed Boba Fett. The color and detail in this entire tattoo is very prominent. Everything about this tattoo, down to the scuffs in his armor are exceptionally well done!
Darth Vader & Boba Fett Sketch Tattoos
I refer to these tattoos as sketch tattoos. They don’t follow the strict “inside the lines” type of tattoos, and look more like free hand sketches. The extra lines, and the raw art work make these nice pieces regardless. Instead of full color and filling in the different areas of the masks, the artist uses dots to make the color less black.
Full body Boba Fett
Boba Fett is the front feature of this trio. In a more cartoon like sketch of Fett there is much more color than other tattoos. There is also a lack of detail throughout, which actually adds to the detail, in my opinion. This is a bright and full tattoo that can definitely be a conversation starter.
Skull in Helmet
This is anything but a colorful and peaceful tattoo. This tattoo shows death, and the scary open-mouthed skull is the main point. You can only see darkness in the eyes, and the only color you see is the slight red above the Mythosaur emblem on Fett’s helmet.
Fearsome Boba Fett
Boba Fett was certainly a feared character, because of his history and because of the secrecy of him. There was little that you knew about him, and that added to the mystery of one of the more dangerous characters in Star Wars. Because of the fact he was feared, that meant that he would be certainly tattooed in a fearsome way. The blaster, the equipment, what he stood for and the downright mean stare are all brought to light in this collection of Boba Fett tattoos.