Tribal Tattoo Designs Pictures First Tattoo Experience And Ideas.
When I first thought about getting my first tattoo I was very excited. I had the perfect idea in my mind of what I wanted. It had to be perfect, I wanted to get a tribal band design on my arm. I had the idea in my head, but i had to put it on paper so the local tattoo artist had something to work with. I knew I wanted something with a feather in it attached to a tribal band. I definitely didn't want a typical generic tattoo that a lot of other people had. I wanted mine to be unique, I didn't want to see the exact same design on anyone else walking around. This probably sounds very familiar to a lot of people out there looking for their perfect tattoo.
Steps I Personally Took To Find My Perfect Tribal Tattoo Designs
Tattoo's have been around for thousands of years they are no a new concept by any means. Yeah the artists have probably gotten a lot better, designs are a lot cooler these days. You can decide if you want black and white, or color. The choice is inevitably up to you and your own personal tastes. The point I am getting at is even though tattoo art has been around forever. The demand for them is still very strong, and is not going away anytime soon. A great tattoo can say a lot about a persons personality, and if it's a good piece of art can enhance that person's appearance, and their character. Back to my story here's what i did to find my perfect tribal design.
1. The first thing I did was hit-up my local tattoo parlors and browsed through there books. Some nice designs but mostly generic run of the mill stuff. And definitely not enough tattoos to choose from. I was kind of disappointed to say the least, after checking out 6 different shops.
2. My next step was to search for various pictures on the internet. I started looking at databases for different ideas that I could use. I was lucky enough to stumble upon a very good one that had literally thousands and thousands of great pictures and designs. I became a member and actually combined a few tattoo's into one great tribal tat. I then printed my completed picture out from my home printer. It worked out pretty well it was very convenient. I then brought my completed photo to my favorite tattoo parlor, I had a very nice woman complete it, and she did a very good job... It looks great, I can proudly say that this will be a piece of artwork that I will enjoy for years to come.