Geometric animal tattoos can harness a range of styles, and they may memorialize any animal that the wearer admires or relates to – even their own pet. Bold triangular outlines can work as a border for the ink as well as a divisionary tool within the tattoo that enables layers of content; imagine a piercing deer eye filling the frame, which itself hovers over the deer’s barren skull settled in the deserted background.
Content Tiny tattoo designs look actually tiny when you design them with just the out-linings of whatever design you choose. No coloring, no detailing, nothing! And tiny means cute, always. Even the dragon when inked in just the outlining style will make it look adorable. Childhood tricks of drawing any animal easily using alphabets and numbers will flash back in your mind giving you a yet another Inspirational Small Animal Tattoos and Designs.
Lions have been religious symbols in many cultures. The structure of a lion and his characteristics symbolize, leadership and powerful position. A lion represents royalty and superiority of position. Known as the King of the Jungle, a lion tattoo stands for bravery and valor. It also represents leo, one of the zodiac signs. The legend has it that Hercules had the strength of ten lions and he wore a lion cape and headdress. A lion tattoo also symbolizes courage, just attitude, protectiveness and fairness while dealing with others.
Tattoos are beautiful representations and expressions of how we feel and it’s a great way to tell others through the imagery of art. That being said, like all art, tattoos are expensive. They take time and skill and if you want it to look good, it’ll definitely cost you. A single image is going to be a lot cheaper than a whole sleeve of art so as you contemplate whether or not you’d like to invest in a whole sleeve, make sure you allot space in your budget to make it happen. Typically you go into your shop several times in order to complete the sleeve so you may be able to work something out with your artist and do a payment plan if you plan in advance. Who knows, maybe they’ll give you a discount since you’re committing to a whole sleeve. It never hurts to ask. Once you’ve researched how much you’ll have to invest, enjoy the process and get ready to be amazed by the finished results.
If you want an animal-based tattoo, the most obvious choices include lion tattoos, tiger tattoos, and wolf tattoos. The bigger the design, the better. Eagle tattoos are also excellent choices, especially when done on the upper back with the wings extending all the way to the shoulders. If you want badass animal-based tattoos inspired by different mythologies and religions, Hinduism is an excellent place to look into. There’s Ganesha (elephant), Narasimha (lion), and Garuda (eagle).
Here is another rare animal tattoo idea that you would certainly love. We are talking about blue-ringed octopus, which is basically a ‘dangerously beautiful’ animal. The bright blue rings spread all over its body make it visually appealing, while the poison excreted by its skin turns it into a fatal creature. The tattoo of a stretched out blue-ringed octopus looks even more gorgeous.
Calling this his “creature sleeve,” artist Ville Prinsen incorporated one of his favorite styles—blackwork—into the design. The nearly-blackout approach sets the stage for these under-the-sea figures. When looking at his client’s arm, it’s as if the creatures have fallen into the depths of the ocean where there’s very little light. This tattoo is a departure from much of his portfolio, however, which mostly incorporates smaller, single subjects like insects, animals, flowers, and mandalas.
Now that you know the part of your body you need to flaunt your love for animals; next is style you would love your tattoo to be inspired with. Get creative and mix-match to craft something new to inspire other tattoo lovers born on earth. Well, deciphering the language of love that your pets give you is incredible and incomparable of what you do for them. Go and get these exotic tattoos dedicated to them (a bit of a dramatic idea to express your sentiments for your four legged buddy, I know; worth a try though!)