Tattoos Of Stars


 
Tattoos Of Stars
Tattoos Of Stars
There are several reasons and meanings behind tattoos of stars designs. Tattoos of stars can mean that your trying hard to reach all your personal goals. Or perhaps you view yourself as the star of your life. Of course, it can mean other things as well. It can be a statement saying that you will be all you can be. Tattoos of stars can be as simple as the choice to study in astronomy, or as complicated as to signify the birth of one of your children. Tattoos of stars can represent a significant change in one’s life or your ability to overcome personal limitations. Then again it could be just because you like stars. This picture gives you a nice sampling of some the tattoos of stars that are available. From this you should easily be able to work up your own design. Especially if you combine the tattoos of stars with other design elements such as Celtic knots, tribal designs or animal patterns. Or you can make it even more personalized by adding in the names of your loved ones or friends. Tattoos of stars is a very versatile design that can be used in a variety of different ways.


 
Tattoos Of Stars
Tattoos Of Stars
Three stars and some star dust. These are simple tattoos of stars that’s for sure but if they serve the purpose of the person who got the tattoo, then they have done their job. People who get tattoos know that it is a very personal thing and that means it is only important if they are happy with it. And some people of course, are more easily satisfied than others.
 
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Tattoo Stars


 
Tattoo Stars
Tattoo Stars
Here we have some very little tattoo stars right along the side of a persons foot. This is just about as subtle of a tattoo that one could possibly get. It is hardly noticeable and it is in a place that is likely no to be seen often by others unless this person is in the habit of wearing a lot of opened top shoes. It’s just three little tattoo stars but it could mean volumes to the person that has it. This is something that is very hard to understand for people who have never yet had their own tattoos.

The wanting to get a tattoo is a gut feeling that overcomes you and that is when you figure out what it will mean to you, or just how you want it to look and you make up your mind. And once that is done, nothing can stop you and you go and get it done. Usually every person has at least one strong meaning behind every tattoo they get and that meaning will always mean something important to them even if it does not appear to. Much like these little tattoo stars.


 
Tattoo Stars
Tattoo Stars
A person can get tattoo stars put on themselves pretty much anywhere. Stars are symbols which have a universal language. One of hope I would think. However some people get a stars tattoo simply because they like stars. They just like how they look and that’s all the reason they need for a tattoo.
 
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Tiger Tattoo


 
Tiger Tattoo
Tiger Tattoo
A tiger tattoo conjures up all sorts of thoughts and ideas. Having long been a very strong symbol in most of Asia, the tiger is associated with power, passion, beauty, speed, cruelty and wrath. In these cultures the appearance of a tiger in ones dream I believed to signify that new power or a new passion will awaken with the dreamer. And while tigers are most often feared, some cultures consider them to be protectors of a sort at times. So much so that many, many years ago in some cultures pictures of a tiger would be hung in the room of a pregnant woman to protect the unborn baby and keep evil away. And of course, out side of all these things, the tiger is one of the coolest looking animals in the world and quite frankly, I think that has a lot more to do with why a lot of people get a tiger tattoo today, then anything else.

For me, to get a wild looking tiger tattoo put on yourself means you are impulsive and a little wild yourself. Someone strong but cunning. Someone who might lash out at any moment without ever having shown a hint of it before hand. Are you that type?


 
Tiger Tattoo
Tiger Tattoo
This is a very nice tiger tattoo on a persons back. It’s hard to see all of the detail in this piece of work because the skin is still inflamed from the initial work, but it certainly looks like a very cool tiger and I think it will look even better once all of the skin heals. Tigers are always a safe bet because almost everybody likes the way they look.
 
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Dove Tattoo


 
Dove Tattoo
Dove Tattoo
This tattoo of a dove carrying an olive branch has significance that goes back a few thousand years. According to the Bible Noah released doves to see if there was and land ahead and one day one came back with an olive branch, just like this one. And everyone celebrated because they were finally going to have an end to their long journey in the great ark. Doves flying overhead have also been used to announce the crowning of a King and or a dictator as it were. In ancient Roman times, doves were released over the city as Julias Ceaser was given the powers of a King over all Rome. It was something meant to show the people that this was a good thing that was happening.

A dove tattoo can mean all of these things and can mean many others as well. This particular dove tattoo carries a guys name with it so perhaps he means to signify that he is offering an olive branch to all who will partake of it. This was a way of offering peace between peoples and often meant the beginning of good and prosper times. A simple little dove tattoo sure can say a whole lot.


 
Dove Tattoo
Dove Tattoo
This dove tattoo looks like it was done the same day this picture was taken. It’s a somewhat cute tattoo but not one that I really get. I guess you have to be a real bird lover or something to really like this one. Don’t get me wrong the artwork is done well and all, but it’s just that it’s just not an image that impresses me at all. Though I am sure some will like it.
 
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Forearm Tattoos


 
Forearm Tattoos
Forearm Tattoos
Looking at the forearm tattoo in the picture, I know a lot of people are wondering why someone would choose to get a design on this particular part of the body. To which I have to say, "Because it looks cool!!". And there are a lot of reasons why forearm tattoos are so cool. First, it is a prominent place on your body. Because your tattoo is something you’ll live with for the rest of your life, you are probably very proud of it, so you should put it somewhere on your body where you can show it off! Another reason to choose forearm tattoo is that they are a great way to accentuate muscle tone. You might not realize it, but there are lots of small muscles in your forearm, and whenever you move it, these muscles contract and look like they are rippling tantalizingly. When you have a tattoo, this movement will be more obvious, and you’ll get attention from lots of women. At least that’s how the theory goes anyway. What design you want to get on your forearm is another question to answer. Many men have recently chosen to get a tribal style forearm tattoo. And judging from the way it looks in the picture, I can see why. It does look really cool!


 
Forearm Tattoos
Forearm Tattoos
One of the fastest growing tattoos in popularity are the forearm tattoos. They are very common among wrestlers and cage fighters that you see on television and for that reason they are usually equated with being on tough guys. This one is quite colorful and very well done. If you plan on getting one of these make sure you’re tough enough to back up what it implies.
 
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Sleeve Tattoos


 
Sleeve Tattoos
Sleeve Tattoos
This is a perfect example of what can be done with a sleeve tattoo. The women in the picture decided on a design that was not only rich in symbolism but is also quite beautiful. And she chose to do it in the traditional black and white style and not colored like many popular sleeve tattoos today. The detail of this design is also very impressive. This sleeve tattoo starts with a large black steed at the base of the wrist and totally encircles it. Then if you move up the sleeve tattoo to the mid forearm you can see a beautiful rose design that’s slightly larger then the other elements of the tattoo. Finally, at the top of the arm, the part that is usually referred to by most people as the shoulder, we see an ancient battle scene. It’s equipped complete with knights, barbarians and mounted soldiers engaged in a fierce battle. And if you look even closer at this sleeve tattoo you can see that above the battlefield the heavens have opened up and several angels are looking down on the scene with dismay. This is undoubtedly a piece where a lot of thought, planning and imagination was invested.


 
Sleeve Tattoos
Sleeve Tattoos
Sleeve tattoos like this one will always get noticed because not that many people have tats that cover their entire arm. While this one appears to be very well done I can’t say much more about it because I really can’t tell what I am looking at in this picture. Some group of intertwined snakes or serpents of some type maybe? I don’t know but I like it just the same.
 
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Japanese Tattoo


 
Japanese Tattoo
Japanese Tattoo
Here we have a sketch of what can only be describes as a very intriguing japanese tattoo. It would appear to be some sort of demon fighting another demon or perhaps even a dragon. But it is very hard to tell exactly what these creatures are simply by looking a the artwork. And I am sure that is not done on purpose. Certainly the artists knows what he has drawn in this japanese tattoo and he knows what these characters are and af far as I am concerned that means he has duty to make us understand what they are through his artwork. That is not to day this artist has failed. Perhaps he wants people to guess at this, and if that is the case he has succeeded greatly, but if that was not the case then he has indeed failed.

I almost always like a japanese tattoo when I see it, but I am up in the air about this one. I do not like the idea of not being able to tell what I am looking at. Nor do I like the idea of a piece of artwork that does not immediately reveal its purpose to me.


 
Japanese Tattoo
Japanese Tattoo
In this very colorful japanese tattoo it we have the images of what appears to be some type of warrior who is slaying another. These type of tattoos are very complex and are made up of many different images and almost every color available to the artist. Rich in the japanese history and thus rich are their tattoos of past or mythical deeds.
 
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Sparrow Tattoos


 
Sparrow Tattoos
Sparrow Tattoos
This sparrow tattoo is very eccentric, colorful, and full of spirit. The symbolic significant and meaning of the sparrow is most commonly thought to be freedom. The sparrow flies so care free because it is free. This sparrow tattoo in particular even looks free. t uses so many bright colors including red, yellow, blue, and black. The sparrow in this sparrow tattoo has a bright yellow underside, which seems to glimmer in the light. The tops of its wings are blue, with the bottom a brighter yellow color. the main part of the sparrows body is a dark red, with a black line going from the eye to the tail of the sparrow. In the background, behind the sparrow, there seems to be a rising sun, which may also symbolize peace. The word "Liberte’", which means "Freedom and Fatherland" in french, is written out in the background in old fashioned, black lettering. This is a sparrow tattoo that not only incorporates coloring and symbolism, but also a cultural aspect as well. Bringing all of these aspects together makes this tattoo unique and original, and also a very good first tattoo.


 
Sparrow Tattoos
Sparrow Tattoos
Like all others, sparrow tattoos have many variations to choose from and of course are always left to the artists interpretation. This one is both creative very colorful. Much more so than an average sparrow which is rather simple and bland by nature. But that is not the case here at all. This one is more of an exotic sparrow.
 
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Horse Tattoo


 
Horse Tattoo
Horse Tattoo
Horse tattoos have a rich symbolic tradition. And that’s because of the long and honored history of these magnificent beast. In Europe, the Horse as symbol goes back to pre Anglo Saxon times when it was a religious symbol as well as a synonym for the warrior. Twin horse gods, Stallion and Horse, were mythical brothers worshipped throughout ancient Britain. The famous White Horse of Uffington gives credence to the reverence and significance of the Horse during the Iron Age. It was carved into the hillside of the English landscape, measuring more than 100 metres in length, and believed to be more than three thousand years old. Some historians say it was the tribal symbol of local chieftains. The stylized image of the horse also appeared on Celtic coins, during pre-Roman times. The Celts of ancient Gaul and Britain were supreme horsemen who worshipped the Horse as the goddess Epona. The Romans adopted her as their own after they conquered these regions. Throughout the Roman Empire, shrines to the goddess were created in the stables of the Roman cavalry. She was even on the war-standards they carried into battle. When you get a horse tattoo you can be sure that you are getting one of the most revered and honored animals of all time immortalized into your skin.


 
Horse Tattoo
Horse Tattoo
The good old horse tattoo. This one apparently has the name of the owner of the horse written above it, or maybe it’s the name of the horse. But it is certainly someone who is very proud of and holds their horse in high regard. In the days of the old west a horse often meant the difference between life and death. The artwork could be better but it’s a nice horse tattoo just the same.
 
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Demon Tattoos


 
Demon Tattoos
Demon Tattoos
Now this is some kick butt artwork here. Nothing like demon tattoos if you are a true science fiction fan. I truly believe this tattoo is one of the hottest tatts I have seen in a very long time. They have conventions for comic books and science fiction lovers that will blow you away with the art works you can see there. I remember one sci fi fair down in Dallas, Texas that I went to and you wouldn’t believe the demon tattoos that fans were wearing all over the place. Some were so exotic that it took almost a half hour to walk around the person and take in all the demons they had tattooed on their bodies. I can take a few demon tattoos, but some of these people had over 30 and some 40 small demons on them, some were so gruesome you wouldn’t want small children to view them. Out of all the demon tattoos I have seen, this spike monster demon looks like it could put a hurt on anything that got in it’s path. Yes this style of tattoo needs to be on the side of the arm so everyone can check it out as you walk down the street.


 
Demon Tattoos
Demon Tattoos
Demon tattoos can be some very wicked images and this one is exactly that. A double faced demon with two sets of eyes and two sets of teeth. Or perhaps this is meant to be two demons together. Either way, they are some nasty looking devils that would make for some great scary masks.
 
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