16 Dec 2012

Dragon Tattoo

Dragon Tattoo
Dragon Tattoo

For me, about the only thing that could make this dragon tattoo look better is some more coloring in it, but other than that this is one hot tattoo. It is a very cool looking dragon that brings up all sorts of mythological memories of times when men and dragons battled both against each other and along side of one another. And this very tough looking dragon sits while leaning on his huge sword that is staked in the ground. As if her were looking over the world below and deciding if there were anywhere he was needed at the moment.

One thing everybody knows right away is that messing with a dragon like this one would be a very bad idea. There is so much we can get from one dragon tattoo.

In this dragon tattoo we see a creature that lives for the challenge and he looks as if would fight you until his end if necessary. And he would absolutely never, ever give up. That is the true mark of a warrior. To him the fight means everything and his own life means much less. The true warrior is always ready to step up and put their life on the line. That is what they do. That is what they live for.

6 Oct 2012

Tattoo Dragon

Tattoo Dragon
Tattoo Dragon

I came home the other night early from work and walked in on my step daughter getting a tattoo dragon put on her leg by a girlfriend of hers. I thought both their eyes were going to pop out of their heads, but I told them to just keep doing what they were doing. They both sighed with relief and Juanita started up her tattoo tool with it buzzing loudly. I walked up to see how the tattoo dragon was turning out and I do have to say it was pretty artistic to say the least.

Juanita had really gotten better since I had last seen her work over a year ago on another one of their friends.

Her first couple of tries at giving tattoos didn’t really turn out that good, but this tattoo dragon really looks like it will be a sweet piece of skin art. I asked Samantha if she thought the tattoo dragon would get her more guys and she just started laughing and saying she didn’t need no stinking tattoo dragon to get guys to fall for her. Oh yeah, I said as I watched her wince as the tattoo was taking shape. I told Juanita to make sure she cleaned that needle really, really good when she was done.

25 Jun 2012

Dragons Tattoos

Dragons Tattoos
Dragons Tattoos

Dragons are magnificent creatures that have descended from various legends all over the world. It is no wonder dragons tattoo designs are pretty popular nowadays. When choosing a dragons tattoo it is important to know that there are two basic varieties that are available to you. There are the dragons of the East, otherwise known as Oriental dragons, and dragons from the West. The choice of what dragons tattoo to get is up to the individual, but the Eastern dragons are usually more ornate and colorful than the Western dragons.

Dragons tattoos can have a number of different meanings attributed to them and these are usually up to the bearer to interpret.

There are a few basic meanings that are common among these designs. These include courage, power, wisdom, protection and strength. These attributes are seen by many to be masculine in nature and that is why dragons tattoos are usually more common on men than they are on women.

Some women do sport these designs however, and in my experience they usually look pretty good. This is especially true when the woman has the dragons tattoos along the nape of her neck or flowing across her breast. When placed on men, these tattoos generally look good as back pieces or on the upper arm. Either way, these designs can be very symbolic and look very good on the human body.

22 May 2012

Dragon Tattoos

Dragon Tattoos
Dragon Tattoos

The dragon tattoo is popular tattoo motif that is popular among both men and women. It is also a style that has heavy Asian influences. The word "dragon" is derived from the French and Latin form of the Greek "draku", linked with "derkomai", meaning "to see" and interpreted as "sharp-sighted".The equivalent English word "drake" or fire drake is derived from Anglo-Saxon "draca". All over the Roman and Greek empires, warriors boasted the emblem of the dragon as a symbol of terror and might.

It was emblazed on Viking ships, and in Celtic cultures it was the emblem of sovereign power.The dragon tattoo symbolizes strength, nobility, the power of transformation and imagination. For those who conquer dragons, the dragon represents courage, bravery, duty, honor and the great quest. In some cultures slaying the dragon is the ultimate test of a hero’s intestinal fortitude and steel of nerve. In other cultures the ultimate reward for fulfilling an important quest is being transformed into a dragon. Who among us wouldn’t want the longevity, power and wisdom that dragons possess? The dragon tattoo can be placed anywhere on the body with equally good results, though the chest, the back and the upper arm are the preferred spots.

28 Aug 2011

Dragon Tattoos

Dragon Tattoos
Dragon Tattoos

The dragon tattoo depicted is a great representation of the dragon that Western cultures identify with. Vicious and vengeful these were the foes that had to be overcome by heroes of days long since past. These were the dragons who guarded special treasures or who were charged with special tasks, quests and responsibilities. Dragons often controlled or had in their possession great hordes of gold and other jewels or items with magical properties that conveyed great power to those who possessed it.

They were beast with little intellect, just savages who would devour whole villages and terrorize the inhabitants. The hero would then have to charge into the dragon’s lair and defeat the beast with a swing of his sword. This is often in opposition to the Eastern concept of the dragon, who was seen as a powerful benefactor of mankind. In Japan and China these dragons were often helpful to mankind and in possession of great knowledge. No matter what your concept is when you decide on your dragon tattoo you can be assured of one thing. These magical creatures are the pure representation of power, regardless of whether you thinks it’s a symbol of the constructive or destructive.

25 Aug 2010

Dragon Tattoo

Dragon Tattoo
Dragon Tattoo

What better than to sit in the tattoo chair on a Saturday afternoon getting a neat new dragon tattoo. I love those bad beasts, with their fire shooting all over the place, and their bodies curling around anything that might get in their way of destruction. You can get a great dragon tattoo with the dragon doing some serious damage to a whole city. Oh the imagination runs wild when it comes to my next dragon tattoo. I can see the blue dragon fighting with the red dragon above the big city below.

It is a science fiction lovers dream come true, there are to many ways to design a dragon tattoo, to ever run out of new design ideas.

The big tattoos I have seen are totally incredible with the teeth as sharp as razors, and the tongue still salivating from it’s last taste of human flesh. Oh the thoughts just keep rushing in about what I might do with my next tattoo. I will say that all these tattoos are very nice indeed, they all have great design, and the colors are wild and exotic. Some of the shades of red are totally different than any colors I have seen before. Not just on these tattoos, but any other tattoo also. Great color schemes for sure.

17 Feb 2010

Tattoo Dragon

Tattoo Dragon
Tattoo Dragon

This is one very serious tattoo dragon on this guys back. A large green, fire breathing dragon, which you can assume because of the black smoke coming out of his nose. This wild looking dragon even has a depiction of the moon in its center. And it’s one of those moons that shows both the full moon and new moon at the same time. I am not sure at all of the meaning for a dragon and the moon together but I am sure there is some powerful significance. What ever it is sure has me curious I must admit.

I really like this dragon. It’s big and impressive and everything about it really stands out as a very good piece of artwork that was extremely well executed and beautifully colored. You don’t often see tattoo artwork done as smoothly as this. As far as the meaning I am going to guess that because the moon stands for life and renewal of life and the never ending cycle of life, then so must the dragon. Though typically the dragon would be drawn in some type circle for that to be true. On the other hand, it looks great so it really doesn’t matter.