Monday, August 30, 2010

Sleeve Tattoos For Girls

Clearly there is not limit in the range of designs a girl can choose from when selecting a sleeve tattoo, however we've determined that the most common sleeve tattoos for women often include flowers, sometimes as the centerpiece or perhaps to complement a larger design.

Green vegetation sleeve tattoo idea for women.
Large flower and peacock idea.
Colorful artwork with four leaf clovers.
Nautical star with large rose.
Youthful toy inspired art.
Bright cosmic design picture.

Quarter Sleeve Tattoos

The quarter sleeve tattoo is a partial design which starts at the top of the shoulder and usually extends to just above the bicep area. And despite these shorter sleeve designs being rather small in size, they really pack a punch, as you can includes several smaller tattoo designs within this compact quarter sleeve.
Skull and flowers quarter idea.
Aztec inspired quarter tattoo.
Voodoo skull and vegetation art.
Japanese dragon and crystal ball idea.
Koi fish and water artwork.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Sleeve Tattoo Designs - Tribal, Japanese and Dragon Tattoos Around Your Arms Or Legs

Sleeve tattoos are pieces of body art that's performed on the limbs of the body and tend to wrap around the limb in a sleeve-like fashion. Done in 3 different ways: quarter sleeve, half sleeve and full sleeve, this type of tattoo is now one of the most popular types of body art performed.

Sleeve Tattoo Designs - Tribal, Japanese and Dragon Tattoos Around Your Arms Or Legs
Sleeve tattoos, like every other type of tattoo tend to have their most prominent and most common types of designs. For example: Tribal, Japanese and Dragon sleeve tattoos are constantly requested in tattoo parlours throughout the world.

Sleeve Tattoo Designs - Tribal, Japanese and Dragon Tattoos Around Your Arms Or Legs
Tribal, Japanese and Dragon tattoo designs generally have a very artistic and spiritual look and appeal to the tattoo and are therefore very popular among male tattoo enthusiasts. Females who enjoy getting tattoos rendered tend to go for more feminine artwork, such as flowers and animal sleeve tattoos.

Sleeve Tattoo Designs - Tribal, Japanese and Dragon Tattoos Around Your Arms Or Legs
As with any piece of permanent body art, sleeve tattoos cannot be removed without using an extremely invasive procedure that will damage the skin for the rest of your life, leaving ugly scars. This is why I advise spending as long as you possibly can, looking and considering different and original tattoo designs. The best piece of advice I can give you is to not go for a generic design that you know thousands of other people already have.

Sleeve Tattoo Designs - Tribal, Japanese and Dragon Tattoos Around Your Arms Or Legs
There are a few really good tattoo galleries on the internet that contain thousands of different pieces of original artwork that you probably haven't ever seen before. The beauty of these websites, is that you can simply print out the design you like the most and take it straight to your tattooist.

Dragon Japanese Tattoo

Dragon Japanese Tattoo

As we know one of the places where tattooing is heavily practiced as a beautiful art form and with the greatest skills level is Japan. The history of tattooing there dates back to the fifth century where historians found clay figurines (haniwa) in a grave that show distinct facial marks. These marks are believed to be early forms of tattoos that represent decorative and religious functions.

Japanese Sleeve Tattoos

Japanese sleeve tattoos are truly stunning works of art, often containing such designs as dragons, flowers and plant life, fish, animals such as cats and of course the Japanese sword wielding samurai.

Enjoy these wonderful pictures of cool Japanese sleeve tattoo ideas below.
Flowers, clouds and flames design.
Bright and colorful idea with vegetation and sun beams.
Flowers and ocean waves idea.
Peacock and bengal tiger artwork.
Animal inspired with sea creature.
Cloud base with samurai and tiger.
Koi fish.

Robbie Williams Tattoos




Robbie Williams (born Robert Peter Williams, 13 February 1974 in Stoke-on-Trent), was nominated for a Grammy and won numerous awards Brit singer and songwriter. His career began as a dancer and singer of pop band Take That in 1990, he left in 1995 to start his solo career.





Robbie Williams as solo artist has sold more albums in the UK than any other solo artist in British history and has won more Brit awards than any other artist to date. Album sales estimated at more than 55 million worldwide.




Williams entered the Guinness Book of Records, where he announced his world tour in 2006, selling 1.6 million tickets same day. He was the recipient of numerous awards, including Brit awards ten and six ECHO. 2004 was introduced to Hall of Fame Music UK, once elected the best artist of 1990.




• Celtic Cross when he was in Take That.
• The draft Maori. Some said that the Maori tattoo on his left arm in his life and is performed by traditional Maori.
• Head of Leon and two words: "Give me the Serenity Elvis" and a banner that says "Born to be mild"• Jack Farrell "in both wrists. Jack Farrell on one side and the other.
• Angel tattoo on my right arm.• "I love u mom" tattooed on their armpits in old English.
Chacun • "Drop a child." French meaning of "everything to your own taste" around the neck like a chain of events.• lower back tattoos inscribed the name of the song "The Beatles" All you need is love "with musical notes.• Two hearts tattooed on the wrist.• 1,023 letters tattooed on his left wrist. J is the tenth letter of the alphabet and 23 W English meaning of the star Jonathan Wilkes, one my best friends.
• Eating tattoo on belly at the end of May 2003.• The paints his hometown of Burslem.
• "Love" tattooed inscriptions to Earth in February 2007.



Tattoos originated as ancient, symbolic art forms, and many of them retain their symbolic meanings today. Although there are still some people who get tattoos strictly based on the design, some of those people tend to regret their choice of tattoo later on in their life. Tattoos can be quite beautiful, and capture a lot of positive attention. Most people who decide to get tattoos today choose them for their symbolic meaning, as well as the beauty. Men and women alike have tattoos, some small tattoos, some large tattoos encompassing their entire body and today tattoos are more common than ever, particularly small tattoos.




Tattoo artists are no longer willing to place dull lifeless designs in a seemingly haphazard way, but they tend to treat the body as a three-dimensional canvas onto which each tattoo is placed, to live in balance with the body and any existing tattoos. Permanent tattoo designs differ depending on culture, religious affiliations, gender, or personal liking and selections. For certain tattoo designs, some people prefer to look at real life photos or browse through artwork for ideas pertaining to their tattoo designs.



Many individuals select tattoo designs from those presented at a tattoo parlor, while others prefer to do some research and help ensure that their design is unlike any other. While there are tattoo designs that are gender specific, it is important to keep in mind that getting a tattoo is a very personal thing and the image that is ultimately chosen should be one that reflects something that is important to the wearer.


Robbie Williams Tattoos




Robbie Williams (born Robert Peter Williams, 13 February 1974 in Stoke-on-Trent), was nominated for a Grammy and won numerous awards Brit singer and songwriter. His career began as a dancer and singer of pop band Take That in 1990, he left in 1995 to start his solo career.





Robbie Williams as solo artist has sold more albums in the UK than any other solo artist in British history and has won more Brit awards than any other artist to date. Album sales estimated at more than 55 million worldwide.




Williams entered the Guinness Book of Records, where he announced his world tour in 2006, selling 1.6 million tickets same day. He was the recipient of numerous awards, including Brit awards ten and six ECHO. 2004 was introduced to Hall of Fame Music UK, once elected the best artist of 1990.




• Celtic Cross when he was in Take That.
• The draft Maori. Some said that the Maori tattoo on his left arm in his life and is performed by traditional Maori.
• Head of Leon and two words: "Give me the Serenity Elvis" and a banner that says "Born to be mild"• Jack Farrell "in both wrists. Jack Farrell on one side and the other.
• Angel tattoo on my right arm.• "I love u mom" tattooed on their armpits in old English.
Chacun • "Drop a child." French meaning of "everything to your own taste" around the neck like a chain of events.• lower back tattoos inscribed the name of the song "The Beatles" All you need is love "with musical notes.• Two hearts tattooed on the wrist.• 1,023 letters tattooed on his left wrist. J is the tenth letter of the alphabet and 23 W English meaning of the star Jonathan Wilkes, one my best friends.
• Eating tattoo on belly at the end of May 2003.• The paints his hometown of Burslem.
• "Love" tattooed inscriptions to Earth in February 2007.



Tattoos originated as ancient, symbolic art forms, and many of them retain their symbolic meanings today. Although there are still some people who get tattoos strictly based on the design, some of those people tend to regret their choice of tattoo later on in their life. Tattoos can be quite beautiful, and capture a lot of positive attention. Most people who decide to get tattoos today choose them for their symbolic meaning, as well as the beauty. Men and women alike have tattoos, some small tattoos, some large tattoos encompassing their entire body and today tattoos are more common than ever, particularly small tattoos.




Tattoo artists are no longer willing to place dull lifeless designs in a seemingly haphazard way, but they tend to treat the body as a three-dimensional canvas onto which each tattoo is placed, to live in balance with the body and any existing tattoos. Permanent tattoo designs differ depending on culture, religious affiliations, gender, or personal liking and selections. For certain tattoo designs, some people prefer to look at real life photos or browse through artwork for ideas pertaining to their tattoo designs.



Many individuals select tattoo designs from those presented at a tattoo parlor, while others prefer to do some research and help ensure that their design is unlike any other. While there are tattoo designs that are gender specific, it is important to keep in mind that getting a tattoo is a very personal thing and the image that is ultimately chosen should be one that reflects something that is important to the wearer.