Sunday, May 31, 2009
Saturday, May 30, 2009
The Japanese Dragon is one of the most popular mythological creatures picked for inking and a classic choice for a tattoo design. It is usually depicted as a wingless, heavily-scaled snake-like creature with small clawed legs and a horned or antlered camel head, and is associated with sea, clouds or the heavens. Japanese Dragon Tattoo. like Kungfu Dragon and Dragon Master Tatoo. Girls Tattoo like using the Draagon Tatoo. look the Dragon Tattoo photo. taht is Very Sexy and Nice Dragon Tattoo on Sexy Girls Body. Do you Like it? So Sexy and So Beautiful Art and Dragoon Tatto so Colorful.
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
What better way to illustrate your star sign, than with a zodiac tattoo. Here at Tattoo Fashion, we have a fantastic gallery of zodiac tattoo designs that will get all tattoo lovers talking. We offer all the zodiac tattoos from the astrological chart - making our zodiac tattoos look just like the real thing!
Zodiac denotes an annual cycle of twelve stations or "signs" along the ecliptic, the apparent path of the Sun across the heavens, dividing the ecliptic into twelve equal zones of celestial longitude. As such, the zodiac is a celestial coordinate system, more precisely an ecliptic coordinate system, taking the ecliptic as the origin of latitude, and the position of the sun at vernal equinox as the origin of longitude.
If you're looking for an original and exclusive zodiac tattoo that can go anywhere on your body, then see our fantastic range below.
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Sunday, May 24, 2009
Friday, May 22, 2009
Erick Bali Tattoo A cobra is a venomous snake, Art of Erick Bali Tattoo , which is a member of the family Elapidae (elapids). Erick Bali Tattoo make The name is short for cobra de capello (or cobra di capello), which is Portuguese for "snake with hood," or "hood-snake."Erick Bali Tattoo When disturbed, most of these snakes can rear up and spread their neck (or hood) in a characteristic threat display. However, not all snakes referred to as cobras are of the same genus, or even of the same family. Erick Bali Tattoo more than just Tattoo
Monday, May 18, 2009
Friday, May 15, 2009
Tips How To Get Tattoo Designs
To get a tattoo removed you have to keep going back for multiple painful appointments until the tattoo is completely removed, talk about costly!
Read the seven tips on choosing your first tattoo design before jumping in at the deep end and then you can rest assured that you have chosen a tattoo design that is right for you and one that you can live with for the rest of your life.
1) Choosing a Meaning
2) Get a small tattoo to start with.
3) Price of tattoos
Obviously the larger the tattoo the more it will cost you, that also applies to how much detail is in the tattoo as well, something that requires intricate detail will cost a lot more than just a simple shape or pattern, something to keep in mind for your first tattoo, especially if you are on a budget!
4) Where to have your tattoo
Choosing where on your body to have your tattoo is an important decision!
If you have a job that deals with people it might not be a great idea to have a tattoo anywhere on your neck, hands, forarms or even your face! Best places to have a tattoo is somewhere you can either cover it up when needed.
5) Painful areas
6) Choose a unique tattoo design.
If you take your time and choose the right tattoo design that's is right for you then you will be happy with your tattoo for the rest of your life.
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Thursday, May 14, 2009
Believe it or not but most scientist believe the origins of tattoos date back to about 3300 B.C. They believe that certain marks found on the skin of the origins of tattoos, a mummified body of an iceman found in the italian alps, were considered tattoos back in his days. If their acceptance is true, these marks on his body represent the earliest known evidence for tattoos in history. All we know for sure up until now is, there are tattoos found on Egyptian and Nubian mummies dating from about 2000 B.C. Classical authors also mention the use of tattoos in ancient societies like the old Greeks, Germans, Britons, Romans and Gauls.
The tattoos we know nowadays were discovered by Europeans while exploring north america and the south seas of the pacific ocean. Their first contact with cultures like the American Indians and Polynesians also were the first contact of so called "civilized" people with tattoos. The word tattoo was first mentioned in James Cook's records from his 1769 journey to the south seas. The natives of Tahiti, this is were Cook's expedition went to, called the marks on their bodies TATTAU which was translated into TATTOO by Cook. Due to their exotic appearance, tattooed Indians and Polynesians where showcased at circuses and fairs during the 18th and 19th century all over Europe and the US.
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
The Chinese calligraphy may look impressive, especially when combined with a Chinese dragon tattoo, but get it wrong and you may be looking like a clown with a puzzle tattoo instead. And by the way, Chinese tattoos are not Japanese tattoos.
For those thinking of inking the Chinese characters tattoos, I would suggest consulting a Chinese speaking tattoo artist before the procedure.
Chinese tattoos with just the characters or writing alone can look quite boring unless the calligraphy is done tastefully, which is rare unless the tattoo artist is trained to write and have practiced Chinese calligraphy for a period of time.
The Chinese phoenix tattoo is a very powerful symbol for women and the Chinese dragon is a good one for men.
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Monday, May 11, 2009
It really is a shame that most people simply pick some random design for use in their next tattoo. There isn't anything special behind such a tattoo. No meaning, no personalization - just a boring design that everyone else who went to the same tattoo shop has. But what if you want more? It's no secret that angel wing tattoos are very popular with girls. Most tattoo shops have a couple of stock angel wings to choose from, but what we are trying to do here is give you a unique tattoo - something that nobody else has.
You don't need any artistic skill to design your own tattoo. To start the design process for your own, original, angel wings, you need to begin with a template of some sort. So fire up your web browser and start looking for images of angel wings that you can use as the foundation of your tattoo.
A quick search through Flickr or the Google Image Search will yield you tons of photographs, drawings, and paintings of angel wings as well as a multitude of angel wing tattoos from other people. Choose a picture that you like, save it to your desktop, and print it out.
If the tattoo artist is good, they will go in the back room and sketch their own design based on your original. Taking your own design is the best and easiest way to make sure that you get an angel wing tattoo like nobody else has.
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Friday, May 8, 2009
Myths Associated With Lower Back Tattoos
One of the most popular places on the body for women to get tattoos is the lower back. tattooed. That's because there are a lot of myths associated with lower back tattoos, myths The biggest myth associated with lower back tattoos is that the women who get them are promiscuous.
Women get tattoos (including lower back tattoos) for a whole variety of different reasons and most of a widespread acceptance of the myth that women who wear tattoos on their lower backs are sexual suggestion. Of all of the myths about lower back tattoos that are out there, this is Women are not the only targets of lower back tattoo myths, though. second to the myth about promiscuity is the myth that lower back tattoos should only be on women and not on men.
Many men who have taken an interest in getting a tattoo on the small of Because of the other myths, it is believed that these tattoos A woman who liked sun tattoos might be pressured to look at sun tattoos that were suggestive such as a female-looking sun with long eyelashes and a winking smile.
Alternatively, she might be encouraged to avoid sun tattoos and get something All of the myths that surround lower back tattoos are based on the idea that the only people
society's men that she is sexually available. there hitting the bars and scoping out the tattoos on the other patrons. If you're in love with lower back tattoos and sun People will design of your tattoo.
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Thursday, May 7, 2009
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
In the past, body tattoos seemed to be reserved for primal tribes out of the loop of civilization and sailors who voyaged far from home in quest of adventure. Neither of those lifestyles necessarily permeate today's culture, and yet thousands of people from every walk of life are choosing to get tattoos of one kind or another, and sometimes multiple variations to adorn various parts of their exposed skin surface. Young and old, male and female, and rich or poor can be seen proudly displaying words, images, and designs on shoulders, backs, ankles, and even the face as today's social climate fosters more tolerance of this tradition that was perhaps once forbidden or frowned upon in Western society.
Tattoos are made when the artist uses a sharp needle that has been sterilized to poke tiny holes in the skin to create a design of the customer's choice. Then dark ink is inserted in each hole to link the holes and bring the design to living color. These can be tiny rosebuds or huge dragons, depending on the client's choice. Some people decorate a small area of skin, while in others it may be difficult to find a square inch of un-tattooed flesh.
Tattoos are one way of proclaiming individuality. Some tattoo artists are interested only in this artistic expression on the human body, but others experiment with a variety of designs that include body piercing, implantations, and variant jewelry to accent the human-made artistry in a vivid array of hues.
If you are thinking about getting a tattoo, look for a reputable parlor and someone who has received the license to perform this work. You have just one body, and tattoos last indefinitely, although they may need to be touched up from time to time. Take your time, check the local artists, and make a wise selection rather than rushing into something you may later regret.
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