A Simple Way To Design Your Own Tattoo
When addressing the topic of tattoo design, the obvious advice might be to go to the library or look online for information that talks about the art of tattoo design. But these methods are often reserved for the verbal aesthetics preferred by book enthusiasts, rather than actually dealing with the design process itself.
After all, you won’t become an artist. You just want to create a pattern that you can feel deeply about, and find a way to transfer this intact idea to a professional tattoo artist who can tattoo your design on your skin.
You don’t want to go to a tattoo studio empty-handed, and you clearly understand the weakness of using words to convey an image, when instead you simply want to transfer the image in your mind’s eye directly to the professional.
At the beginning of the whole design process, you’ve probably realized that the time you’ve spent looking at thousands of tattoos has taught you that many of them are close to what you want, but don’t shut up. But your efforts have led you to consider possibly applying what you’ve learned to your target.
So you start playing with the idea that it’s always a good idea to work on selecting pieces of different tattoo designs that inspire you, and put these selected pieces together like a puzzle to get a good visual impression of a pattern that could easily become your own unique tattoo.
With a little more thought – in the sense just mentioned – you are now convinced that the only task left is to think of a simple way to turn these ideas into a mechanical reality – and in fact, the following ideas will catch your attention.
To design your own tattoos, you can access an online tattoo gallery where you can find thousands of designs.
From the gallery, you can select images that will trigger your imagination.
You can print as many different designs as you like.
Now you can cut out a part of each printed tattoo and, while working on a kind of art board, put the different pieces of paper in different configurations until suddenly the correct overall pattern appears.
Apply tape to hold the loose pieces of paper on your drawing board and run to your local tattoo studio with the finished product in hand.
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