Tattoos are an important weapon in the fashion arsenal of todayâ€™s youth. There are a lot of factors that make a tattoo what it is. Colors, location on the body, size and the theme constitute some of the basic factors that help distinguish different tattoos. There are many tattoos that involve pieces of writing, like, initials, dates, names, or quotes. This makes tattoo lettering an important parameter while going for a tattoo. Writings add to the beauty and meaning of the tattoo.
They channelize the meaning appropriately, and are often very close to the heart of a wearer. Whether you try to recall a dead relationship, a loved one, a moment of victory or a dead pet, writings come handy. The font that you use for a tattoo should be compatible with the design. For example, going for a bold dark font in a light-colored tattoo will give an unnecessary edge to the writing portion, and no one wants that. Font size should be small, and the font should fit in nicely with the context. Thin outlines in cursive fonts are a hot favorite. For bigger sized tattoos like chest tattoos, you always have rich bold fonts. So select your font, and get your tattoo a nice addition of letters.
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