Kanji tattoos

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Butterfly tattoo: location, size, design and colors

Butterfly tattoo: colours

While getting a butterfly tattooed you can use a wide array of colours with no restrictions, as a butterfly is associated with colours and life. The individual can pick the color combination of their own choice as it will add to the uniqueness of your personality and creativity. One thing to be kept in mind is that you should not use clashing colors. Follow a definite line of choosing a base color first and then the other colors you want to incorporate. You can also take help of the professional tattoo artist to help in choosing colors which compliment each other. Some butterflies look better in black because it accentuates the area in which it is placed, especially if it's on the lower back or the stomach.

buterfly tattoo design / floral tattoo design
Butterfly tattoo-design. If you like this image and want to see it in a larger format (600x500 px) you can find it on my website, seiza.ro

Butterfly tattoo: tips about design

Different methods are involved to make the butterfly tattoo more intricate and beautiful. The main focus is laid on the designing of its wings with intricate patterns that makes each butterfly unique and special. The patterns are changed keeping in mind the personality of the individual and they may also include different signs, words, symbols, flowers, hearts, scripts, letters, crosses - or everything else.

Butterfly tattoo: tips about size and locations on the body

The butterfly is one of the most beautiful metaphors that can be symbolised as a tattoo on the human body. Many individuals like to have colourful butterflies applied to many differing parts of their body. The basic quality of a butterfly tattoo is that even if you place it at any part of the body it always appears to be delicate and attractive. These tattoos also vary in sizes depending upon the body part you want to get it tattooed, like an ankle butterfly tattoo is smaller while the back butterfly is bigger in size. Most of the professional tattoo Artists have the know-how on this one and you have to ask them the best body part on where to put your very own butterfly tattoo if you are not sure about its placement. Lower back butterfly tattoos are usually larger, more stylised butterfly images that stretch across the lower back, one of the most popular places to get a tattoo nowadays (but also known as a tramp stamp). Actually, butterfly tattoos lend themselves very well to this location. The butterfly image is very symmetrical, so the middle can easily be lined up with the spine, the wings extending on either side. This makes the butterfly wings longer and more stretched out than they would be in nature, but the image can be very attractive.

bracelet tattoo design / butterfly tattoo design
Butterfly tattoo-design. If you like this image and want to see it in a larger format (600x500 px) you can find it on my website, seiza.ro

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Friday, December 13, 2013

Butterfly tattoo

Butterfly tattoos

The butterfly has always been admired for their beauty, as one of the most magnificent creations on Earth. A wide variety of butterfly tattoo designs are available at the professional tattoo parlor which can be altered according to your desire and need. The main reason is the human/butterfly connection that has existed for centuries and recanted in the mythologies of many ancient civilisations. It's a widely held belief that butterflies are the physical symbols of the human soul and just as the night butterfly is attracted by flame, the human soul is attracted by heavenly truths. For many peoples the short life of the butterfly is symbolic of the different stages of life that a human being goes through. It also symbolises the change to a heavenly body from an earthly one. There are more than twenty five thousand different types of butterflies in existence so there are plenty of designs to choose from - certainly enough of them to express your own individual style.

lower back tattoo / butterfly tattoo
Butterfly tattoo-design for girls and women. If you like this image and want to see it in a larger format (600x500 px) you can find it on my website, seiza.ro

Saturday, December 7, 2013

My tattoo-designs: The japanese word for "human emotions"

My tattoo-designs: the japanese word for "human emotions" (喜怒哀楽, hiragana: きどあいらく, reading: kidoairaku).

The original tattoo-design. For more Kanji-tattoo-designs visit my website, seiza.ro.

Kanji meanings (from left to right): 1. 喜 Joy, delight. 2. 怒 Angry. 3. 哀 Sorrow, grief. 4. 楽 Good mood, comfort, pleasure. taken together, these four kanji mean "human emotions".

If you use any of my tattoo-designs as a model / inspiration / starting-point for a tattoo you might consider sending me some photos of the tattoo once it's complete. Thank you in advance.