Below is a free gallery of tribal dragon tattoos.
Tattoos of dragons are very popular for a number of reasons. First of all, there are numerous dragon designs that are available and these tattoo designs are very intricate and very colorful. Getting a dragon tattoo often requires quite a bite of time and can be expensive depending on the size and of course how much detail is involved.
Popularity of tribal dragon tattoos is often linked with the meaning or representation of the dragon in Oriental culture. First of all, the dragon is one of the animals in the Chinese calender or one of the animals of the Chinese Zodiac. There are a total of twelve animals: rat, rabbit, snake, horse, dragon, ox, pig, dog, rooster, goat, tiger, and monkey. The dragon is assigned to those born in 1904 and every twelve years after that. This is a popular reason why individuals get a dragon tattoo.
In Oriental culture, a dragon represents many things. A dragon often possesses magical abilities. A dragon is often portrayed as having wisdom and being a powerful creature. Dragons are also often associated with royalty.
Unfortunately, dragons can also have a negative meaning as dragons can be portrayed as savage beasts that often wreaks havoc.
A tribal tattoo such as a tribal lion tattoo is a very popular choice for tattoos these days and is undergoing a revival of sorts. The historical nature of these types of tattoos and their deep links to past cultures are two primary reasons for their popularity.
This category of tattoo design can be quite broad and is open to a large variety of images – from traditional tattoos of aboriginal and indigenous cultures, to more modern tattoo images. Four of the more popular tribal tattoo designs are Celtic, Maori, Marquesan, and Haida.
Maori tribes are from ancient New Zealand, Marquesan from Polynesia, and Haida from North America. Traditional tattoos within these categories generally convey deep meanings. Before getting this type of tattoo design, it would be a good idea to do some research on the particular design you are interested in. You do not want to get this type of tattoo simply because of its design. You should know the significance of the design and ensure you agree with its meaning before getting it tattooed onto your skin.
For more information on a tribal lion tattoo and many more tribal tattoo designs, healthy-skincare.com has the following eBooks/website resources available.
This resource contains thousands of tattoo designs that keep growing in number every day and can be easily browsed from your own computer. Once you become a member, you will have access to a tattoo design database of unique and award winning designs. Tattoo designs can be printed out and brought to the tattoo artist. A suitable tattoo artist can be found via the find a tattoo artist/tattoo parlour tool.
For this resource, the member’s gallery gives you unlimited access to tattoo designs with ratings for each design and reviews. In addition, there is a gallery of other member’s tattoos, and an area where you can showcase your own tattoo designs. There is also a discussion forum that can be used to address all your tattoo related questions and concerns. Tattoo videos and other useful resources for tattoo first timers or tattoo enthusiasts are also provided to members.
These tattoo eBooks are full of tattoo images and designs and full of tattoo information and resources.
More tribal dragon tattoos as well as other tattoo designs – floral tattoos, angel tattoos, tribal tattoos, celtic tattoos, Chinese character tattoos, various decorative tattoos, zodiac tattoos, and butterfly tattoos. Tattoos in this book are ready to be printed out, brought to your favourite tattoo artist and tattoo parlor, and inked. Some basic but essential tattoo information is also provided.
This eBook is available for $8.99 (US).
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