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.
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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