Thursday, April 29, 2010

Japanese Butterfly Tattoo

Japanese Butterfly Tattoo
Japanese Butterfly Tattoo
Japanese Butterfly Tattoo

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Sunday, April 25, 2010

landrut tattoo and weed tattoos for girls lower back

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airbush tattooed with dragons in tattoo on upper back body, special designed for women with this design which will make your body look more interesting, hmmmmm ...... with this design will make you captivated men

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Friday, April 23, 2010

Modern Japanese Tattoos

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Modern Japanese TattoosModern Japanese Tattoos

Modern Japanese TattoosModern Japanese Tattoos

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Tribal and Celtic Tattoo Designs

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Tribal Back Tattoo for men


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If you think of tattoos themselves, there are many things that staleness be considered more carefully before you reach this lifelong commitment. It's important to find the living room, which is known to reliably known that the safety and cleanliness. Like the changes you to achieve your real body, there are specific instructions for the care of your tattoo staleness be followed carefully to avoid infection.
At some point you'll also find that most of the nursing sample artwork for you to choose from a lot of things that would be willing to replicate any design you bring yourself. Whatever you decide, the tattoo is an art form that dates back to even a moment of interest.
Hope you're happy with the design of the tattoo on my blogs. Thank you.

Ancient Japanese Tattoo

Ancient Japanese Tattoo
Ancient Japanese Tattoo
Ancient Japanese Tattoo

Tattoo Ideas With Butterfly


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Tattoo Ideas With Butterfly Tattoo Ideas With Butterfly

Tattoo Ideas With Butterfly Tattoo Ideas With Butterfly

Tattoo Ideas With Butterfly Tattoo Ideas With Butterfly

Monday, April 19, 2010

Japanese Calligraphy Tattoo

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Japanese Calligraphy Tattoo
Japanese Calligraphy Tattoo


Japanese Calligraphy Tattoo

Kat Tattoo Artist

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Fans of the TLC reality television shows Miami Ink and its spin-off LA Ink are very familiar with female tattoo artist Kat Von D, who has appeared in both series. More than 70 percent of her whole body has been used as a canvas for creative and artistic designs, and she still wants to add even more. During a guest appearance on Late Night with David Letterman last September 12, the 25-year-old tattoo artist stated that she considered tattooing her entire body to be a lifelong project, and that she would continue working on it until she had a full body suit of tattoos. Other topics that Kat Von D discussed were the various histories behind her different tattoos, including her own family's reaction to them and their presence on her body, along with her life before in Miami. After appearing for two seasons on Miami Ink and getting into creative differences with other cast members, she moved and returned home to he hometown of Los Angeles, where she opened up and started running the High Voltage Tattoo parlor. Her tattoo shop and its artists are the subject matter of, as well as her new fellow cast members in the spin-off of LA Ink. She told Letterman that Miami was not really the place for her to be, and that around every weekend, she would still catch a flight home to L.A. Upon being asked, she further explained that she didn't really regret any of the tattoos she'd ever had done, even the ones with names of ex-lovers. Kat Von D had her first tattoo done when she was 14 years old, and has always been very fond of body art. One of the latest developments in her life was her divorce from Oliver Peck, and her falling in love again, this time with a musician. Her latest flame is Alex "Orbi" Orbison, who is the drummer for the group Whitestarr.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Girl Tattoo Designs: Getting The Right Design


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Girl Tattoo Designs: Getting The Right Design

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Custom Tattoo Designs


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Custom Tattoo Designs

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Custom Tattoo Designs

You're seriously considering getting your own tattoo, however your preliminary searches online have presented you with a whole range of designs and options regarding what sort of tattoo to get. Should you opt for a free design or go all out with a custom design? Right now we'll focus on custom tattoo designs, explore what they are and what the benefits of going custom are. What are Custom Tattoo Designs? The name is very self-explanatory. Basically a custom tattoo design is a design which a designer creates just for you. In the truest sense, a custom tattoo design is created by a professional tattoo artist, skilled in the craft of creating tattoos. Many enthusiasts and professionals will argue that it is best to enlist a professional to create a custom design for you, because it is the best way of ensuring your design is of the highest quality. By enlisting a professional tattoo artist, you will also be able to request them to create the stencil of that design for you, so it can be applied directly to your skin. Every tattoo design requires a stencil, and this is always a much easier process if the tattoo artist also creates the design. Why a Custom Tattoo Design? A tattoo is a lifelong commitment, unless you have the courage and high pain tolerance threshold required for the laser surgery necessary for removing a permanent tattoo. Due to the fact that a tattoo is permanent, you need to make sure you absolutely love the tattoo that is about to be superimposed onto your skin. Chances are, you may already have a design in mind that you would like, however on the other hand, you may have already spent hours browsing designs and may wish to blend a number of designs into one. If this is the case, a custom tattoo design will be the best way to go. By choosing to have a custom tattoo designed, you are working with a professional tattoo artist from day one. The artist will be able to create the design just for you, and also create the stencil for that specific design. The stencil will then be used by the tattoo artist when it comes time to superimpose the design onto your skin. Even if you were to design the tattoo yourself or enlist a non-professional to draw your design, your tattoo artist would still need to create the stencil. By engaging the tattoo artist from design through to inking, you are doing everything to ensure your tattoo is of the highest quality. That's really important considering the permanence of the tattoo itself. Ideally you want to be able to display your tattoo proudly, without any embarrassment and custom design is the best way to achieve this. Choosing your Custom Tattoo Design If you already have the design you want firmly in your mind, it's simply a matter of meeting with a professional tattoo artist to create something tangible. If you don't as yet know what sort of design you want, the best thing to do is browse as many tattoo designs as possible. The internet is a great place to start and there are articles on this website that will direct you to quite a number of good tattoo design websites. As you will find, there are many tattoo design websites that will charge people a membership fee, if they wish to access and download design ideas. By all means join such websites if you haven't been able to find inspiration from other designs you may have seen. These membership sites typically have a huge range of tattoo designs to choose from, and clearly, the more designs you see, the more of an idea you will eventually have when it comes to the tattoo you want. There are also a large number of tattoo enthusiast communities online, where people will post photographs of their tattoos and this may also provide you with inspiration that will help you to choose the design for you. Finding the Inspiration for your Custom Tattoo Design By conducting simple searches for terms such as, "tattoo designs" and "tattoo design galleries" using your favorite search engines, you will find a great array of tattoo design galleries for you to check out. It will take you time to find the designs that most appeal to you, because there are just so many options out there.