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So, you’re considering getting a tattoo. as this artwork will be staying with you throughout the rest of your journey through life, it is important to thoroughly plan what you’re after.
But where do you find the designs?
Well, if you don’t already have an idea of what type of tattoo to get, or maybe you have a general idea but aren’t sure of the specific details, you could do with viewing a tattoo gallery.
Tattoo studios have thousands of designs on their walls and in booklets in the waiting rooms showing what is referred to as flash designs. This is a term used for a previously created drawing which can be used over and over again by the artist. Colouring and further detail are added as per the customers requirements. The flash is basically just the outline.
Visit your local tattoo studio and you will probably be overwhelmed by the size of gallery on offer. many artists also contain photographic examples of the completed tattoos in order to show you the possibilities a flash design can become.
If you still cannot find the ideal design in a studio, try visiting the tattoo artist’s website. many are now online and most will have posted a gallery of tattoos they have created. Some of these may be exclusive to the website, so it’s best to have a look.
Still can’t find it? The internet is probably your answer. we now have the opportunity to view thousands upon thousands of designs with our fingertips from the comfort of our own homes.
If you want to look at free designs, try Google images. Type in what sort of style of tattoo you’re interested in and you could get lucky there.
Alternatively, visit the gallery of tattoos online that require membership fees, but as a non paying visitor. you should find that you’re able to look at most of the designs for nothing, but you may not have the ability to print them off. at least it will give you some inspiration.
If you pay for membership of a tattoo gallery you will find yourself receiving additional benefits that the visitors do not see. you will have deeper access to the design vault, the ability to print the designs off, and more often than not freebies in the form of ebooks with further ideas/designs.
Online technology is moving rapidly now and I have even seen sites that allow you to place the design on a downloaded picture of your body This is ideal for body placement planning and should not be overlooked should you choose to go the online way.