This is one wicked looking sleeve tattoo. I really like the elements in this design. At the bottom of this sleeve tattoo, towards the wrist, you have a woodland scene complete with flowing rivers and frolicking animals. Then as you move up the arm, additional elements are added to this sleeve tattoo. You have the old oak tree, which looks like it’s about two hundred years old, and then you have a pentagram perched on the top. Now a lot of people would say that this is a tattoo that symbolizes something sinister or evil, but I would have to disagree. If you look closely at the pentagram in this sleeve tattoo you’ll notice one big thing. The point of the star is facing upward. If it were a satanic symbol then the point would be facing downward. Therefore, this tattoo can’t be considered evil at all. So, what is the meaning of this sleeve tattoo? I’m glad you asked. From my interpretation this person is either a Wiccan, which is a segment of ‘good’ witches who worship nature or the bearer of this sleeve tattoo simply thought that the design was kick ass! It could go either way, but this guy is probably a follower of Wicca. That would be my best guess.
Some of you might be wondering why they call a sleeve tattoo and how it is different from regular tattoos? Typically sleeve tattoos are done on arms can also be done on the legs. They are any type of tattoo that fully covers this can so that little to no skin is showing through the tattoo. Some of the most popular sleeve tattoos include tribal, floral and Japanese tattoo designs. Let’s talk about each of these. Tribal sleeve tattoos are the most popular types of sleeve tattoos. These take large tribal tattoo designs and spread them out over the large canvas of the sleeve or full sleeve. These are often very popular ideas for guys as the bold strong black lines of a tribal design can look pretty cool. You are thinking about getting tribal sleeve tattoo design then you want to carefully consider the culture and the style you want. Many of the native cultures have very developed tattoo designs that have been carried over into modern tattoo art. For example, you can get a Maroi Tattoo design or possibly a Hawaiian tattoo design. Floral tattoo patterns – there are many different floral patterns and can easily be adapted to the full sleeve tattoo. These are typically more delicate feminine nature but don’t necessarily have to be. Traditional Japanese tattoo designs are another very popular theme for sleeve tattoos . The Japanese have a long history of tattooing and theme of the designs of koi fish, samurai, and cherry blossoms can often be interwoven to a very beautiful full sleeve tattoo.
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