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Making the decision and choosing the right tattoo can sometimes be time consuming. Luckily it's possible to get some help on http://www.magletattoo.com where there are information about tattoo design, products and product reviews, articles on first-time tattoo and much more.

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Exploring tattoo design

  1. 1. Exploring Tattoo Design<br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  2. 2. Getting a tattoo is a big decision, so you might want to explore tattoo design options before putting ink to skin.<br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  3. 3. Some of you may have very clear ideas for tattoos you want, and others may have no clue at all. <br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  4. 4. Luckily there is a clear array of styles to consider, as in any art form. <br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  5. 5. Here are some of the more recognized motifs in the world of tattoo design.<br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  6. 6. Classic Tattoo Designs<br />True aficionados in the tattoo world will get a classic design at some point. This is usually done to honor the history and integrity of the classic designers and the art.<br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  7. 7. Classic Tattoo Designs<br />Some of these choices may be the classic five-point star. It can be solid in black, outline only, or shaded. <br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  8. 8. Classic Tattoo Designs<br />The sparrow tattoo is another classic donning the skin of many a tattoo fan. Pin-up girls are often favorites, and likely to be on the body of a woman rather than a man. They are throwbacks to real and voluptuous sex symbols of the past. <br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  9. 9. Classic Tattoo Designs<br />Other classics you will find include a wooden ship with open sails, a heart wrapped by a sash or ribbon and two dangling cherries.<br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  10. 10. Tribal Tattoos<br />Tribal has been popular, and somewhat abused, style of tattoos for a long time. If you decide a tribal tattoo is what you want, make sure to find an artist that can place it and draw it in a way that accentuates your body. Go for something a little different than normal tribal designs. <br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  11. 11. Tribal Tattoos<br />That being said, there are some traditional tribal designs that stand alone in this category. These would include the Maori designs from New Zealand and the Pacific Northwest Indian designs. Each of these has a history and a distinct reputation. They hold a close connection to the history of their peoples and to nature.<br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  12. 12. Tribal Tattoos<br />Other notable tribal designs are Celtic, Central Native American and Mayan.<br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  13. 13. Japanese Designs<br />Once denoting the sign of a gangster, tattoos in Japan were worn by the Yakuza. The recent popularity and acceptance of tattoos in the mainstream has brought he beautiful art of Japanese tattoo design to the forefront of the art. <br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  14. 14. Japanese Designs<br />Giant koi fish, geisha ladies and striking samurai are some of the most notable designs, but probably the most widely inked are Japanese words having a specific meaning and symbolism. It is common for Japanese artists to work over a long period of time, covering a recipient’s entire body eventually.<br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  15. 15. Deity Tattoos Designs<br />Buddha never imagined he would adorn the skin of thousands of followers and even non-believers. Neither did Jesus. It is easy to see though, that the admirers of these two religious figures that have chosen to wear their heroes for a lifetime, number well into the tens of thousands.<br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  16. 16. Deity Tattoos Designs<br />Equally popular are the pantheon of Hindu gods. Ganesha is a favorite, smiling his elephant smile on the skin of many fans. Shiva, Tara and Krishna are several others that are being tattooed daily by artists all over the world.<br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  17. 17. www.magletattoo.com<br />Other designs that tattoo lovers choose are tigers, dragons, women, pistols, butterflies, eagles, skulls, flowers and so many more. <br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  18. 18. www.magletattoo.com<br />If you are planning to get a tattoo, and you are not sure what to get, research these aforementioned categories for better insight. <br />www.magletattoo.com<br />
  19. 19. www.magletattoo.com<br />Never go into your local tattoo parlor and get something in the spur of the moment. This is a lifetime choice, so consider all the possibilities of tattoo designs thoroughly before committing.<br />www.magletattoo.com<br />