Amazing Art of Arm Japanese Tattoo Ideas With Koi Fish Tattoo Designs With Image Arm Japanese Koi Fish Tattoo Gallery
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
So many colorful motifs are there to occupy this large area for body art tattoos. Men and women, both, love to flaunt with body art tattoos. Sometimes, it is a painstaking and time-killing process, and the tattoo enthusiast must be patient before the full body art tattoo is done.
The present body art tattoo in image is a nice example of such kind of tattoo – it eye-catching in nature. Sometimes, the legs are also used.
Tag : body art, tattoo, full body tattoo
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Black rose tattoo is the balance between softness and boldness as when any kind of nihilist desire is born to step aside. The dark beauty lies within this momentary black rose tattoo to set a pure trust to feel the new look towards life.
It is eye catching on men and women on their arms, wrists, shoulders, necks, legs, and thighs. Black rose tattoo is honoring the past that was sad and somber. The present black rose tattoo on the right upper buttock is simple awesome.
Monday, March 29, 2010
japanese tattoo, Koi, session 2
japanese tattoo, Koi, session 2
Although, Today I could see how weak my lines still are! (Partly due to the rush last session as I wanted draw all the lines in one session, even tho, I only had a short time). But no excuses! Tattoo requires of you! No excuses! Only discipline, skills and concentration! Anyway, I know I’ll fix this, while doing the shading, then go over the lines I want to make stronger! Also, yoday/today, I was very honoured due to the visit of a special guest, who came to me, to show me his amazing traditional japanese Back piece! I also was the first foreigner he ever met and spoke to, so it was a really amazing experience for me to exchange and share true respect; and love for tradition and the japanese/human spirit. Tattoos can be very intimate and private in Japan! Thank you for the honour! It was a real gift from life, to welcome him, and see the tattoo alive on him! I can tell you that guy had a really strong and beautiful spirit! That is what I love about Japanese People! You can be strong, and very humble!
Heart to Heart! Never lost in translation!
I chose to treat this piece more like a painting, so I’ll keep my spontanity flowing! Today some black and some shading!
Saturday, March 27, 2010
One of the most popular tattoos of today is an astrological tattoo that depicts the sign of the month of the year that a person was born. Each month of the year has its own zodiac symbol, and each symbol has its own meaning and attributes, depending on the position of the sun in the zodiac. These astrological tattoos tell other people of the month the person was born, and anyone that knows anything about astrology can tell what the attributes of that month are. Many people seek the love compatibility astrological signs when looking for their future partner.
The origin of the western symbols dates back as far as the 2nd millennium BCE, to the Babylonians and Assyrians, then spread throughout Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The Chinese astrological signs must not be confused with the western symbols and interpretations as they are both very different.
Body tattooing and especially Astrological Tattoos has been practiced all around the world from the beginning of man. They were a symbol of someone's accomplishments and their bravery. In the beginning women were tattooed to show the symbol of their tribe and many other things that the tribe believed in, such as their favorite god, or fertility rites. The Chinese astrological signs are still very popular as astrological tattoos for many cultures, not only the Chinese. The earliest practice of tattooing dates back as far as the Otzi the Iceman, who was frozen in an ice storm in the 4th millennium BC. He had 57 tattoos on his body.
Many Westerners are split between the Western form of Astrological Tattoos and the Eastern form. The westerners that believe in the Chinese Astrological Signs form say that the cycles fit their personnel lives more accurately. However, the other half of the westerners believe in the zodiac signs. Astrological Tattoos are a permanent marking on humans that have a great significance for an individual. They are not only decorative, but usually depicts some aspect of someone's admiration.
No matter which type of Astrological Tattoos you get , if it be the Chinese Astrological Signs or a Western, you want to make sure that you practice good hygiene and keep the new tattoo clean at all times. This will help keep away infections and soreness that follows having a new tattoo.
If you are interested in getting a tattoo but do not know what sort of design you want, then you can't go wrong having Astrological Tattoos.