9 Oct 2012

Tattoo Patterns

Tattoo Patterns
Tattoo Patterns

Here is a swell little collection of tattoo patterns. These tattoo patterns cover three basic niches, floral, religious and tribal designs. Let’s take a quick look, shall we? There are several of these tattoo patterns that I really like. The first one that caught my attention was the heart shaped one in the center of the picture. I think that it’s a great idea to take a wreath made out of daisies and turn it into a heart design. The other tattoo patterns that I like also contain some hearts in them.

I like the take on the burning heart designs that use a tribal element around the outside of the heart rather then the traditional flame. Another tattoo pattern that I like is the big Gothic cross in the center of this grouping. I like how they took a traditional cross and adorned it with lots of Celtic knots. It looks fantastic. And the circles around the top of it make the design a real eye catcher. As for the rest of the tattoo patterns, well, to be honest with you I could take them or leave them. Most of them are kind of rudimentary and look like they were designed by a small child.

9 Nov 2009

Tattoo Patterns

Tattoo Patterns
Tattoo Patterns

Here is another grouping of some fine tattoo patterns. This collection urges the users to express himself and offers quite a selection of different styles and motifs. I’m going to talk about a few that I especially like, though your opinion and mine may differ slightly. My favorite tattoo pattern has to be the Grim reaper that is centered in the middle of this grouping. While it’s not the most technically proficient grim reaper tattoo pattern, I still think that it’s a pretty good design.

My next favorite is the skull tattoo pattern that is located near the bottom of the picture. It kind of looks like a cauldron, though I know that’s not what it’s supposed to be. My final favorite of this tattoo pattern grouping is the dagger with a rose entwined around it’s blade. I think that not only is this a cool pattern but it also has deep symbolic meaning. The dagger represents hate and violence and the rose symbolizes love and peace. It looks like the rose has also succeeded in subduing the dagger with it’s thorns! Which of these designs that are pictured here do you like the most? Go ahead choose your favorite.