When considering tattoo images for a future piece of tattoo you intend to get there are a few things that you need to keep in mind. First off, you want to choose a tattoo image that expresses you and your personal style. And really your options here are unlimited. It can be an animal design that reveals your inner personality or a symbol that has meaning to you. Or it can be a design that represents an important person in your life. The next thing to consider when checking out tattoo images is the placement of the design. Are you going to place it on your arm, back or neck? It can be inked anywhere but you have to consider the dimensions of the design. Which brings me to my next point. Consider carefully the size of the tattoo image. A large piece would likely have to be placed on the chest or back. But, most tattoo artist will scale the flash tattoo image down to a size that will fit your body perfectly. You can also have the artist whip you up an original tattoo image. That’s probably the better route because then you end up with something more personal. Just remember that whatever tattoo image that you decide on that you give it a lot of thought beforehand. It’s permanent so you want to make sure your going to be happy with it.
Take a quick look at this tattoo image. It’s of a beautiful Koi swimming upstream. I love the red and orange hues of the fish and the blue lotus is a very nice touch to complete the whole motif. This tattoo image is probably a retelling of the famous Japanese tale of the Koi fish that swam against all odd to make it to Dragon’s Gate. When he finally reached it, after much trial and tribulation, then he was rewarded by being turned into a dragon. I love this design as much as I love the story. What would have been a really cool addition to this Koi tattoo image is to have either the mystical gate tattooed with it or the dragon itself. It just goes to show you what can be accomplished with a great artist and a great design. If your looking to get the next great tattoo image inked into your skin then I urge you to do a little research. In the mythologies of the world there are great stories, mythical beast and powerful forces that would make great design elements to add to your next tattoo image. Look around and you might just be surprised at what you find.
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