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26May

Sleeve Tattoos

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Sleeve Tattoos
Sleeve Tattoos
The picture of depicts a sleeve tattoo from four different angles. It’s a beautifully done piece that is not only colorful and beautiful but one that flows quite naturally. It is evidently a piece that was designed as sleeve tattoo from the very beginning, which is not always the case. A lot of sleeve tattoos start out as individual designs which are then later linked together. A person might start getting an upper shoulder design and then add a forearm tattoo. Then later on they might add a wrist piece of some sort. Then when the bearer realizes that most of their arm is inked they then turn to their tattoo artist to tie the individual elements together in one design. This can be quite a challenge for a tattoo artist. But, this sleeve tattoo was planned from the very get go. Therefore, it not only looks good but looks that it belongs on the bearers arm. But, I imagine that it was a piece that took several sessions to finish. This is the biggest drawback of the sleeve tattoo that is designed as one piece. You can spend a lot of time with an unfinished design, while a design that evolves from several smaller pieces spends a lot less time unfinished because the smaller tattoos can be done at a faster rate.
 

 
Sleeve Tattoos
Sleeve Tattoos
A sleeve tattoo is any tattoo design that covers a large portion of the arm. Sleeve tattoos can come in a variety of sizes from a full sleeve a half sleeve and even a quarter sleeve all depending on the size. Getting a sleeve tattoo can be a big commitment and should probably not be done without proper and careful consideration first. If you are thinking about getting sleeve tattoo you want to carefully consider the design, the amount of time that it will take, and the amount of money it will cost. 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. They’re often called sleeve tattoos because they look very some similar to wearing a long sleeved shirt. Essentially there are two different ways to get a sleeve tattoo done. The first way and probably the most common way is that a person starts by giving individual tattoos. For example they like and a pair of lucky dice or a nice pinup girl tattoo on the forearm that later add a tribal tattoo the shoulder. Over time these individual tattoos will cover larger and larger parts of the arm eventually forming a sleeve tattoo. The second method is when you come up with the full sleeve tattoo design first and then have the tattoo done over multiple sessions.
 
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