What kind of tattoos do you find the most interesting? & Why?
I think most tattoos are interesting. Everyone tells a different story on the canvas that is your body. I don't think a tattoo can be uninteresting but I've always thought tattoos on the nape of your neck are cool.
I think so, too, about the nape of the neck. But I'm a teacher, often having to cover my tattoos, so I dropped my latest tattoo down to hide under regular collars.
I feel the same way! Most tattoos I see are interesting but some can be badly done but that depends on the tattoo artist you go to. Neck tattoos almost always look good but they have to hurt like hell!
Ones with meaning. You see it then instantly realize it has meaning only to the wearer. But what is it? You have to ask to find out and then they are reminded. It's a beautiful process. Quite a lot of tattoos are interesting. However, most are childish.
You think most are childish? Interesting. Do you have any tattoos? J/w. Just curious, do you think mine is childish? You can be honest. http://narchuleta.hubpages.com/hub/how- … tattoo-art
Have you seen a tattoo of two monkey's touching each others butt on a guy's stomach? Yeah, that's childish. Yes, I do. And no, yours is not.
No, but the artist who did my second tattoo had one of Mickey Mouse lighting his farts -- the epitome of childish, I agree.
The picture of the tattoo you posted with this question is gorgeous! It's very much in the painterly style of tattooing, which is my new obsession. I wrote a Hub about painterly tattoos: http://narchuleta.hubpages.com/hub/Desi … rly-Tattoo
I think tattoos are interesting in general, when they're comprehensible. While I appreciate sleeves, I don't like it when images are random and jumbled together. To tattoo such a large area, and one that is cylindrical, gives you such artistic opportunities! But if it comes out ugly, you're, well, screwed and wearing long sleeves forever. I also prefer when they're symmetrical on the body.
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
Tattoos are increasing in popularity. Some people have tattoos simply to have a tattoo, but other people have tattoos that have meaning to them. I am interested hearing from people who have tattoos with meaning and what those meanings may be.
by Brett Winn 4 months ago
Why do people get tattoos? How do they know what they will like in twenty, thirty, forty years?
by Jewels2940 16 months ago
Do you find tattoos attractive? Do you think men look better with tattoos than women or vice-versa?
by J*Parker99 8 years ago
what kind of articles do you write? I could not find yours.
by stylezink 3 months ago
Fellow tattooed friends: Do your tattoo's itch or become raised at times? I'm talking to those that have had a tattoo for years, not fresh ink. All of my tattoo's itch or become raised, mainly the outlines, I was wondering if anyone has the same issue. Everything I read online is referencing the...
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