Question: I Want To Design My Own
Answer: If you are reading this article then you must be the type
of person that prefers individualism over mass conformity and there is no better way to express your
individuality than by the desire to design my own tattoo and become a person of marked
When I start to design my own tattoo I try and locate some
of the Best
Tattoo Sites for ideas and information that will enable me to structure a design that links
all my personalised elements. It is very fulfilling to know that after having created a
unique piece of artwork you'll get a real sense of ownership and originality through your own
imagination and self expression.
There are undoubtedly many of you that do
not consider yourself to have one artistic bone in your body but that should not prevent you from having the ideas
to create Unique Tattoo Designs, even though
you may feel that you lack the talent to bring your ideas to life. It is worth remembering that every
great tattoo comes first from a great tattoo drawing so don't worry if you can't draw just find someone
talented to bring your ideas to life.
How do I design my own
Listed below are five
of the best advice and designing tips to help create your own original tattoo
1) Take your
time. There is no point rushing round like a
headless chicken, all you will end up with is an ill-conceived, poorly constructed, Tattoo Mistake that ends up as a permanent reminder
of your eagerness to get inked or looks like someone had played a bad joke on you. When I design my own
tattoo I generally find it quite often takes only a couple of days to conceive but can end up
taking months to perfect.....You've been warned!
2) Which body part
is getting inked? It is much easier to decide
on an area first and then work out the size and design of the tattoo, for some that could mean covering
the whole back with a tribal tattoo design
while others may prefer a small butterfly
design. If you do it the other way round then you can find yourself trying to enlarge or reduce the size
of the design which in turn can ruin the effect of the original artwork.
3) How to
research. What type of design will best
symbolise this particular time in your life? It doesn’t matter if it's to do with love, friendship, bereavement,
anger, anarchy, fashion or anything else, there are always existing artwork's that will lend themselves to your
situation and by combining parts from different designs it is easy to create your own unique design. I used as my starting point a number of
ideas from the site www.printmytattoo.com, and then worked from
4) Completed artwork. When you feel satisfied with your artwork instead of rushing down to
the nearest parlor to get inked you should take some time to get comfortable with the design. When I
Design My Own Tattoo I place it somewhere that will be noticed every
day, on a wall, the fridge, in the car, anywhere where it's in your face, if you get bored with it after
a few days then you'll know it's time to go back to the drawing board.
5) Getting your
design inked. Once you have gone through all the
stages and you've perfected your design the next thing is to make sure you get a good tattoo artist to
replicate your design. It's useful to have a couple of printed copies and one showing just the outline. You might
want to shop around a couple of places, observing the tattoo artist's at work before choosing one you're happy
with, but be aware that the artist may need to 'tidy up' your design because designs produced on paper or on a
computer may not be suitable to be inked.
Help Me Design My Own Tattoo?
If you need help with ideas or designs, then I strongly recommend you visit one
of the best tattoo sites on the web...Print My Tattoo.com, where you'll get immediate
access to download literally thousands of top quality designs including awesome FREE Bonuses + great tips and