Ever since the first tribal person inked the first tattoo, permanent body art has been an expression of creativity and imagination across cultures. In many tribes, tattoos were used to indicate significant passages in a person’s life. The intricate inking of pigments onto a layer of the skin to make beautiful patterns is the creative privilege of tattoo artists. It takes many days of planning and conceptualizing to perfect the designs for Creative Tattoos.
The idea for a tattoo design may come from a variety of sources. Some tattoos may be inspired by well-known fantasy tales or traditional myths. Chinese folklore is a rich hunting ground for tattoo ideas and many tattoos creatively interpret serpents, fire dragons and other cultural motifs of ancient China. Many ideas for imaginative tattoos come up from the unconscious and may have their origin in dreams. Tattoos may depict a religious text that is deeply meaningful to the person getting the ink work done. The world of popular culture also brings forth fascinating tattoo ideas, such as cute and colorful cartoon figures based on famous cartoon serials. Nature often inspires the finest forms of creativity, so tattoo artists may directly draw on natural happenings for their designs. A peaceful mountain with a running river, a hummingbird delicately dipping into a flower or the graceful form of deer can give rise to amazing tattoos. Often, artists tell stories through tattoo designs, such as a pair of dragons facing off, or birds flying away from an open cage towards freedom. Artists often express their skills through designs that are simply yet elegantly done in fine black ink, such as a motif of hearts strung in a serpentine shape or a pair of bear paws.
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