Considering getting a tattoo font? Then pay close attention my fellow seekers of the celestial ink. There are a ton of great tattoo fonts out there and you should carefully choose the one that fits your personality, style and flair. There are tattoo fonts that are done in the Gothic, Old English and Modern styles. There are tattoo fonts that use other design elements such as flowers, hearts and stars. There are even tattoo fonts that are done in the tribal and Celtic styles. And that’s only skimming the surface. There are literally thousands of different tattoo fonts available for use. Don’t believe me? Do a search on the internet for tattoo fonts and tell me what you see. Don’t worry I’ll wait. Your back now? How many were there? Well, my search turned in over one million pages!! Now that’s quite a lot. So, I guess your going to have your work cut out for you when choosing the one that’s right for you. And don’t underestimate the importance of this step. You really want to find one that’s right for you. It makes all the difference in your design. If you see an example of one that hasn’t been chosen correctly then you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.
Yeah this is a pretty cool font used for a lot of Asian literature and graphics. I think I have seen it with some other names such as bonsai and something else also. I know a lot of artists in New York use the tattoo font when they want to attract visitors to their work in the asian communities. It has that oriental effect on people as they are walking by and they see a sign using tattoo font directing them to an asian restaurant in downtown Manhattan. I have seen quite a few tattoo artists use the tattoo font as a go between when they are matching two different style tattoos together.
I really like the tattoo font when it is used just as an outline and then the colors around it make it kind of hollow looking. From what I hear a lot of the Asian gangs in Los Angeles use this font when they are tagging walls in their neighborhoods. Some people see the tags and they head down the road very, very fast not wanting to run into that particular artist. I could see this font used a lot if you were going to do a small tattoo down the side of your leg. It would really stand out big time.
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