Arm Tribal Tattoos


Arm Tribal Tattoos
Arm Tribal Tattoos
Kick ass tattoo in my opinion. I really like this one, its got great design and the colors match almost perfectly. Blue and Red, you can never go wrong with that combination when it comes to arm tribal tattoos. The edges seem razor sharp and the points are right on the money. Great tattoo, the only thing I would have done a little different is bring the lowest tip to the very back of the elbow. But all in all I really like this hot tattoo. I wonder if he has another one on his other arm, that would be cool if he did and it was reversed in colors.

That’s what I really like about arm tribal tattoos, you can reverse them, especially if the tattoos are right next to each other, and it looks amazing as hell. I have seen quite a few using this design lately with a face in the background, kind of like a watermark. Makes the face seem like its looking out at you from a distant fog. If you have seen any cartoons on the television lately you will notice a lot of designs just like this are being used, and the kids love it big time.

Arm Tribal Tattoos
Arm Tribal Tattoos
I would call this arm tribal tattoo a pretty basic representation of what you can do with this design element. It’s done in a full sleeve style that extends from the upper shoulder and concludes at the person’s wrist and the ink work is deep and dark as you would expect it to be. But, this arm tribal tattoo didn’t have to be done in the full sleeve style. It could have easily be done in a half sleeve or even as just a small emblem on the top of this person’s arm. Another thing that this person could have done with the design was to stray from the use of all black ink. I know that it’s a little against normal conventions but could you imagine how this design would have looked if it was done in a deep crimson or even in a sky blue color? I don’t know why people are so afraid to include color in their arm tribal tattoos. If you look at traditional tribal tattoos that were done half a century or so ago you would notice one thing. These tribal designs were often done in shades of red, brown and black. I’m not sure why the form has changed to only encompass black designs but that is what has become the norm today.
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