Monday, May 31, 2010

tribal wing tattoos - tips for new tattoo

You have decided that you want a tribal wing tattoos but you aren't necessarily sure how to start your research. This type of tattoo has become quite popular with tribal tattoo lovers. But before you head down to your local tattoo parlour and drop your hard earned money, you may want to do some research first. The truth is this research can mean the difference between a great tattoo that you're happy with or a disappointing tattoo. Would you like to know more?

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My biggest concern is that I don't want you to do what everyone else does and that is start your research for artwork by using Google images. Google images isn't a bad place for ideas, but because everyone uses this method you run the risk of duplicating someone else's tattoo. And I am sure that isn't what you want.

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The best piece of advice I can give you is to invest in a paid tattoo site. A paid tattoo site gives use so many resources before you get your tattoo. You will gain access to artists that specialize in tribal tattoo artwork. You can work with one of these artists to come up with something unique for your new ink. You also gain access to a huge community of tattoo enthusiasts that will be able to answer any questions or concerns you may have. These paid tattoo sites also have reviews of local tattoo parlors so you can find the right parlor for your new tribal tattoo.

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Sunday, May 30, 2010

Shoulder Tribal Tattoo - What Are the Best Designs?

Nowadays, tattoos have become a fashion accessory instead of just a tough-man statement. People of different gender, ethnicity and background consider having tattoos just so they can express their sentiments and opinions to a vast majority. Since tattoos can lure great attention, having one on any part of the body is sure to send the message across - be it about a different culture, belief or tradition.

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One of the most widely used tattoo concepts is the shoulder tribal tattoo. The reason for this is because they impress a bolder attitude, and people are likely to be drawn towards the tattoo designs. This outstanding tribal tattoo can make anyone look tough or delicate depending on the design used. Since the design of the shoulder tribal tattoos signals a particular statement, stand or point of view of a person, it is important that the designs should match the character of the person well. It becomes a very important feat, then, to look for designs that would come across in different ways to different people.

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Below are some of the ideas for shoulder tribal tattoo designs that are sure to help you express your personal views:

Flowers

Flowers are the most popular tattoo designs for women who want the designs to appear subtle. Flowers make a good idea for these tribal tattoo designs, as they give a lighter aura compared to other designs. One can just incorporate tribal designs along with a flower, so it doesn't come across as hard or tough. But if hard and tough are the images you'd want to portray, you can just ask your tattoo artist to make the edges sharper.

Butterflies

Butterflies are colorful and add a bit of playfulness to a tattoo. When used along with a tribal design, butterflies make the tribal designs look softer and more feminine. It is an ideal design to use for women who want to appear chic and cool even when sporting a tattoo. Butterflies also make a nice combination to the somewhat dull and colorless tribal designs, so they are sure to be appreciated by anybody.

Mystical Creatures

Dragons, sea monsters, mythical lions, and unicorns are just some of the mystical creatures that are good as center subjects of shoulder tribal tattoo designs. They are ideal for men and women alike, as they can be designed playfully or sketched rather roughly. Dragons are the most popular among the line of mystical creatures because they give off a powerful aura and feel. Aside from that, they are really mystical and can be associated with various ancient legends and myths. This is the same with unicorns, which are also rare and twice as mystical.

Tribal attraction bands

These designs come in different styles. The good thing about this is that you can instruct your tattoo artist on how you want these bands to portray your ideas. You can wear them proudly while controlling the amount of impression that they create.

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Saturday, May 29, 2010

body art Flower Tattoos

The women of today have no qualms about going under the knife for vanity's sake. They are not scared of knives. Neither are they with needles. Tattooing is increasingly getting popular among women as more and more female celebrities flaunt their body accessories in the form of tattoos. What makes it so popular?

Tattooing is a form of self-expression. In this era, women have their say on just about anything and they have the freedom to do what they like. Unlike before when tattoos on women were looked down upon by society, it is now something women can be proud of. Tattoos mean strength, power, beauty and sensuality. And these are the things that women want.

Women generally favor more colorful, fun, and intricate tattoo designs such as butterflies, fairies, and flower tattoos which is probably the most sellable among women especially the younger ones. These tattoo designs bring out the beauty and sensuality in them. But there are men who also wear flower tattoos and this commonly symbolizes someone close to their hearts and may even be accompanied with a name or initials of that woman.

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Dragonflies are not that popular in the early western culture. They associated these insects with the devil and in such practices as black magic. But in eastern culture, dragonflies are regarded positively. They represent happiness, peace, and harmony. For the Native Americans, they represent energy, activity and success.

However, in our generation, we do not always look at the traditional significance of things but by how we personally perceive things. Ask any woman today what comes to her mind when talking of dragonflies. Most of them would have an image of green fields or a garden of flowers, or of happy thoughts. For some, the wings of the dragonfly means ability to fulfill her dreams or to go to places she dreams of going to. It also conjures up images of passion, lightheartedness and being carefree. And dragonfly tattoos can do that and more.

If you really get down to it, it isn't a wonder why dragonfly tattoos are a sell-out for women. The reasons I have mentioned are just the reasons that I know of. Every person has their own opinion of things. Every woman who gets herself inked has her own reason why she did so and why chose such a design. Maybe her reason is quite different from mine.

Maybe the next time you see women sporting dragonfly tattoos, you can ask them why she chose them. Sometimes, the reason for having such tattoos is to make good conversation pieces out of them.

Sexy and body Butterfly Tattoo Designs For Women and Girls

Butterfly tattoo designs have always been a favorite among women and girls. It is definitely very feminine and girly at the same time. It can be pretty and symbolical without being overly design or sentimental. If done tastefully and artistically, it also has the capability to exude charm and sexiness in a woman. The butterfly has always been a favorite subject and inspiration in the visual arts so its no wonder that this creature always end up tattooed on a female's skin.

Butterfly tattoos is common choice for females looking to get tattooed the first time. For one, it does not need to be big to be bold and striking. It is beautiful and amazing on its own because of its wonderful hues and interesting details. Moreover, its meanings and symbolism are always parallel to what a woman is undergoing through in her life. Things like change, transformation, rebirth, freedom and new life are some common connotations of butterfly tattoos. The life process that a butterfly went through, that is emerging from an ugly cocoon to come out as this exquisite creature with colorful wings is one trait that a woman always admire about them.

A butterfly tattoo design is also very versatile and flexible as it looks great regardless of which part of the body they are inked. There was a time when tribal butterfly tattoos became really popular on the lower back of women that they end up being regarded as "tramp stamp". Nowadays, its not limited to that area anymore as women are trying to adorn other parts of their body such as the ankle, shoulder blade, arm, rib cage, back and wrist.

The butterfly can also be combined with other symbols to make them even more appealing. Aside from tribal art, it can also be blended with Celtic styles. It can also be mixed with other popular tattoo images such as flowers, stars, vines, fairies and angels. Of course, one is not limited to these symbols alone as there are lots of choices to explore. Just a little creativity and imagination is needed in order to come up with that perfect butterfly tattoo design that one would want to be tattooed on her forever.

By Marga Ann Fox


Thursday, May 27, 2010

Water Color Tattoo Fashion

Full Color TattoosI really like the traditional style Japanese water color look of this tattoo. I want to get a smaller version of it either on my leg to blend in with my bio hazard tat or on my back.

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tribal temporary tattoos

Temporary tattoos appear as many tribal cultures for long history but it has been popular in recent years among people especially young girls and kids. The procedure is easy and everyone can be a tattooist. Generally, all ranging in how realistic they appear, how temporary tattoo they are, how simple they are to apply and how much they cost, temporary tattoos conclude decal tattoos, airbrush tattoos and henna tattoos.

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permanent tattoos, which also called traditional tattoo, originated from thousand years ago and had been extremely popular in centuries. Many people are crazy about it. Honestly, we must admit that after finished, the tattoo will really be attractive. But the processing is full of pain which is the biggest problem putting many people who want to get one off.

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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

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Tattoos and Body Art on Hollywood Celebrities


Celebrity tattoos are becoming more and more visible and socially acceptable in mainstream pop culture these days. Angelina Jolie recently voted most sexy woman has plenty of tattoos and is probably the most famous and desirable celebrity with tattoos in Hollywood. Her tattoos to date consist of tribal dragons, a Thai tiger, and various Latin sayings across her shoulders and arms.

This surge in popularity of celebrity tattoos began in the 1960s. Lyle Tuttle the forefather of American tattooing tattooed Janis Joplin. Time was when tattoos were the preserve of those on the fringes of society but now it is not uncommon to see celebrity tattoos. Even super models such as Kate Moss and Sarah O'Hare strut around flashing their body art on the cover of glossy magazines or on the cat walk.

Actor Johnny Depp ranks as heavily tattooed for his caliber of talent and breadth of acting work. His tattooed arms are as often painted to be blank flesh as left with their own tattoos showing and incorporated into the character.

Vin Diesel is covered with a mix of modern tattoos styles, as befitting an underground government secret agent in the movie xXx. The character he plays agent X has one full sleeve, one partial sleeve, chest work and tattoos on his stomach.

As vampire slayer BLADE, Wesley Snipes has tribal blackwork on his arms, chest and back, as well as the sides of his head and the back of his nect. Pamela Anderson had her arm tattooed for real with a barbed wire armband for her role in the movie BARBWIRE. Following her split from husband Tommy Lee, (who is heavily tattooed) she had the "Tommy" tattoo on her finger edited to read "Mommy" in reference to her two sons. She also has tribal tattoos on the small of her back and a tattoo on her ankle.

Musicians have traditionally enjoyed more freedom than actors when it comes to body art. For movie stars having to transform into a different character each time they shoot a movie can be limiting especially if they are playing historical figures. But that has not stopped a lot of actors from getting tattooed in very visible places.

Historically rock stars were renowned for getting tattoos. The band Red Hot Chili Peppers are an example where the band members have a well-developed collection of tattoos. Singer Henry Rollins began his tattoo collection as the lead singer of Black Flag. Eminem continues to add to his tattoo collection but some critics have claimed that it will inhibit him if he wants to play a bigger acting role. Eminem's tattoos are a combination of a style that is typical of Hip Hop and R&B artists such as Justin Timberlake, 50 Cent and Pharrel

by Declan O Reilly

Tattoo and Body Art of Africa

Body Art may have become a popular fashion statement in the recent times, but its origin has been traced to many ancient times and has been very popular in different regions of the world among various cultures and tribes. It has been seen that every culture and race in the world has something unique about it that gives it a unique identity. Body Art or Tattoo has been one such form which has been exclusive to that particular tribe or race of people.

Men and women both sported such body art and the designs and patterns created were usually symbolic of their gods or other divine forms that they used to worship and follow. Some designs were also believed to have marked battles or ancestral relationships with their gods or forefathers and sometimes of reincarnation. Women would get tattooed, often after their marriage to mark their dedication to their husband and children. Thus a persons body art used to tell a lot about the person.

However the body art patterns differed from region to region and from tribe to tribe. This is because every civilization has its own cultures and traditions, and accordingly has its specific symbolization which were depicted through tattoos and body art. For example the tattoos of African origin differed greatly from those of the Mayan or Polynesian origin. But in the modern day as the cast and race barriers have broken down, the different patterns and designs of different origins are being merged to create great tattoos and body art. The art styles of every ancient civilization is being studied and worked upon to create excellent patterns and styles for the latest trends.

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One of the more popular types of ink is the tribal butterfly tattoo. Unlike the traditional butterfly tattoo, which is usually "pretty", the tribal style butterfly tattoo tends to be more design oriented by nature. This is not to say that they are not beautiful. Many designs are elaborate and very sexy.

There are many options available for a tribal butterfly tattoo. This is one of the huge benefits of using the tribal design incorporated into traditional tattoos. First of all, the chances of seeing someone else with the same tattoo will be drastically reduced. Plus, you can incorporate other symbols or patterns into your design to add depth to the meaning of your tattoo.

Another thing to consider is that if you get a tribal butterfly tattoo, you don't have use colors if you don't want to. One color tattoos, black work or black and gray work are often the top choice for some. Over time, some inks fade. There have been great advances to eliminate this problem, but it will always exist due to poor quality inks, inexperienced tattoo artist or even skin pigmentation.

Some people think that females are the only ones attracted towards the tribal butterfly tattoo, but I've actually seen some great pieces that were inked on men. I'm not sure that I would go that route myself, but hey that's the great part about tattoos. You can express yourself in any way that you want to. Usually tribal tattoos have a masculine energy about them because of their bold, thick lines. But in the case of the tribal butterfly tattoo, for example, they are versatile and they tend to look very good on women as well.

here are many things that a tribal butterfly tattoo can symbolize, and there are many variations. Now I'm not so sure that they hold magic powers, but in some cultures, still to this day, tribal tattoos are believed to posses such power. For example, in some tribes, a boy is assigned a totem animal during his rites of passage. Their belief is/was that the wearer inherits some of the powers of his totem animal by wearing a tattoo of such animal.

By John Alder

tribal eagle tattoos

Eagle tattoos are among the most popular animal tattoo designs, in both men and women. in tribal, eagle popular with name tribal eagle tattoos. So, get yours cool tattoos now!
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Below are some reasons why tribal eagle tattoos designs made popular:
  1. Patriotism - American eagles are associated with the United States. That is why eagle tattoos are mostly worn by military servicemen. The eagle is also thought to represent a noble nature. So, eagle tattoos are considered as symbols of loyalty and dedication to the country.
  2. Power and Strength - Eagle tattoos are popular with the brave and courageous firefighters, police and military personnel as well. This design inspires them to lend their power and strength to serve their countrymen, just as the eagle stands for power rising above the earth. Biker guys also like wearing this design because it can make them look tougher.
  3. Wisdom, Pride, Freedom and Spiritual protection - Eagles were worshipped in Greece as well as by many cultures during ancient times. They were even used as ensigns by ancient kings of Persia, Babylon, and other empires. Eagles were believed to bear spiritual protection because of their special connection with both men and the gods since they were high flyers and can reach the sky. For the native American culture, eagles represent wisdom.
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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

hawaiian tribal tattoos

Hawaiian Tribal Tattoos are fast becoming one of the most popular tattoos on the market. These tattoos go back many years and stand for many different things. There are some things that you should know about these type of tattoos though before you make a purchase.

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First always make sure you know the meaning of the tattoo is that you are getting. Nothing like having a tattoo done especially an Hawaiian one and you do not know the meaning.

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Second make sure you have someone do the tattoo that does about the culture of Hawaiian Tribal tattoos. many times you may want to change a part of the design and if you do you could end up offending the culture by even a subtle change.

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Third get a tattoo artist that you can trust and make sure they know the culture as well. Do not get something you do not want. If you do get an Hawaiian tattoo you will be in a growing list of people who value these tattoos for their beauty and what they stand for.

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Monday, May 24, 2010

Japanese Tattoo Art

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the Japanese tattoo art have gone a long way in such a way that it passed several transition period in the history of Japan. There are other names associated to the art of tattoo making. Irezumi means that a visible tattoo is covering the large part of your body, such as your back. If you are interested to adorn your body with Japanese tattoos, it would be ideal if you know also its history and meaning.

The Evolution of Japanese Tattoo Art

Early History

According to historians, the tattoo making in Japan was a strong influence by the Chinese culture. During the early years tattoo making is just a tradition done by Ainu people who used facial tattoos. When Buddhism became prevalent in Japan this form of body art had gained negative connotations because the tattoo is used to identify criminals as a form of punishment.

Edo Period

The tattoo making during the Edo period became a taboo to the Japanese culture because it is used by prostitutes. The yujos inked body art in their body to attract customers that is why tattoo has gained negative impact in the society.

Modern Japan

Due to the development and innovation in the society, the Japanese tattoo art has also developed. Nowadays, body art has gained popularity not only for younger people but the adults alike. For younger people they acquire this work of art just to keep in the fashion trend but for others they put tattoo in their body for some sentimental reasons. Upon knowing the transitions of tattoo art in Japan you will surely appreciate to have any of the designs and symbols inked in your body.

You can find different variety of tattoo art online and even in your local tattoo shop. If you are interested to learn this form of art you can buy books that could help you learn the techniques in tattoo making. Aside from enjoying the tattoo making it can help you obtain additional income by rendering service for body art. However, make sure that you know all the procedures and equipments used before you venture in tattoo making.

This form of body art lets you express yourself through the designs inked in your body. However, before you decide to pick one, it is ideal that you make wide choices. Likewise, it is also important that you determine what design would represent best your character and personality. Remember to select a design that has a meaning relevant in your life or has significance to you.

the History of body full Tattoos

Tattoos are created by inserting colored materials beneath the skins surface for decorative or other reasons. Many people use tattoos as a type of decorative modification. Many different cultures use tattoos for different purposes such as status or religion. Tattoos on animals are most commonly used for identification purposes. Whatever the reason behind it, people have been making tattoos for over 5000 years. The word tattoo comes from the Tahitian word tattau, which means "to mark". Tattooing was rediscovered by Europeans when exploration brought them into contact with American Indians and Polynesians.

A wide variety of tattooing methods developed in different cultures. Many Indian tribes routinely tattooed the body of the face by simple pricking and some tribes in California introduced color into scratches. Actual needle punctures were used in eastern Siberia which made needle punctures through a thread coated with pigment, usually soot, and drawn underneath the skin. The people of New Zealand applied there wood carving techniques to tattooing. In Micronesia and Polynesia, pigment was pricked into the skin by tapping on a tool shaped like a small rake.

Ritual and tradition have been common and constant factors in tattooing. In some societies, as when family crests or tribal symbols were used, tattoos helped identify bands of people. During the Victorian era, the modern tattoo machine was fist invented and patented. That design is pretty much the same today. In Borneo, women bore a symbol on their arms to denote their specific skills, thus increasing their potential for marriage. Tattoos worn around the fingers and wrists were said to ward off illness. In other societies, criminals were marked so others would clearly know who they are. For some, the purpose of tattoos was generally centered on becoming more in tune with nature or the divine, or was believed to bestow the wearer magical abilities and blessings as well as ward off demons or even bring about better health.

For a brief time in the early 1700s, tattooing, which was a costly and lengthy procedure, became a status symbol and only the wealthy could afford to have it done. All of that changed with the invention of the first electric tattoo needle in 1891. Then, everyone who wanted a tattoo could have one which resulted in them being considered vulgar. After all of that, tattoo art went "underground". Tattoos finally became desirable once again after designs and safety techniques improved and several celebrities began sporting them.

If anything, the history of tattooing shows us the mindset of our ancestors and what was important at that time. The nature of tattooing is now more cosmetic rather that ritualistic, showing individuality and the use of the body as a canvas for art. As for the future of tattooing, we will just have to wait and see.

By Misty Stacy

Tattoo and Body Piercing

I would like to share with you a personal story of mine with the hopes that it will prevent you from making the same mistakes that I have.

When I was seventeen years old I wanted my first tattoo. My parents would not approve of me getting one. So I had to find someone that would tattoo a minor without parental consent and who would do it cheap. It didn't take very long. I met a really nice guy who said that he did tattoos at his house. He said that he would do the tattoo for $45. Sold!

The next week there I was in his living room as he finished setting up his machine. Which was made with an infant tooth brush, a ball point pen, a motor out of a cheap remote control toy car, a paper clip, a sewing needle, and a nine volt battery. I was intrigued. What an awesome piece of machinery. No I'm not being sarcastic. I really was impressed with the whole set up. I paid attention to how he made this machine, because I fully intended on making my own machine just like that. I got the tattoo on my chest and cheese and crackers did that hurt. He did the entire tattoo with a single point, dull ass sewing needle. I mean everything, even the shading.

I had a new love in my heart and a new tattoo. I thought the tattoo looked good, and I suppose it did if you compare it to the one I soon gave my girlfriend which was supposed to look like a butterfly but looked more like I snorted the tattoo ink then blew my nose on her.

I also thought that I could do body piercings. I did my best to make forceps with paper clips and anything else that I could bend into something resembling a triangle. Needless to say I rarely even got the needle through the person not to mention I never could follow the needle through with jewelry.

Luckily I've never been a part of spreading Hepatitis or HIV, I do mean luck too because the only reason I didn't is because I never came in contact with anyone who had them. The ball point pen that acted as my tip and tube was never changed between tattoos. I thank God every day that my ignorance didn't cause anyone to loose their life. I still, of course, have the tattoo that I got for $45. I refuse to cover it, it serves as a reminder to me to always research everything I want to do in life and never to rush into anything. It also swells up every time it's going to rain so it serves as a nice forecaster.

Nearly twelve years have gone by and I still love tattoos and body piercings to this day. I don't work in a tattoo shop, and I have never been an apprentice anywhere. I do still do tattoos out of my house for friends. All of which do tattoos on me. We do it as a hobby and we do not charge money. We never tattoo anyone outside of our circle. We often have people ask us. We refer them to local professional shops. I have professional tattoo and body piercing supplies. Which includes an autoclave!!! I have spent a ridiculous amount of money on training videos, books, and e-books.

If you want to learn to do tattoos I strongly recommend that you do it by the book and go get an apprenticeship with someone with years of experience. If that is not an option for you, please do not jump in and start tattooing people. Read some books, watch some videos. Learn about blood born pathogens and sterilization. Practice on practice skins, not people

By Curtis Parham

History of Tribal

Tribal is the name that comes given to that category of tattoos that has asserted beginning from first years ninety and that it is based on the traditional tattoos of the aborigines of the several islands of the Pacific (Samoa, Islands Marquises, Hawaii), of the Dayak of Borneo, the Maori of New Zealand and from the Native Americans.

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The Tribal style is characterized from separated designs, formed from lines from silhouette the much marked one, of usual filled up totally of black. Often the designs come carried out in such way to emphasize the natural lines of the body and the musculature. Equally it is diffused l' I use of lines many intricate and with geometric designs repeated that they represent the reinterpretazione of flora and fauna or natural elements, especially fire, air and water. The Tribal tattoos is expression of the spiritualità and the culture of many cultures.

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