Tribal Dragon Tattoo
Here is a tribal dragon tattoo sample that shows two versions of the identical dragon as it faces off with itself. I suppose you could get something like this on each arm and it would look pretty cool, but you’d have to be a person who really likes the tribal dragon tattoo if you’re going to have two of them on you. I like dragon tattoos a lot but am not sure I would want to of them that are the same. And perhaps that is not the point of this image. Maybe the point of this image is to simply show prospective tattoo getters what this dragon looks like, looking both directions. Just so people could imagine it on one side of their body or the other. That would seem to be the logical reason for it.
One thing I have learned about tattoos and those who get them is that logic rarely comes into the equation. People have a tendency to choose their tattoos more on emotion than anything else. That may sound like a mistake but in the end it works out pretty well. A person sees something they like and they get it, usually based on nothing more than a whim. But that’s cool. If you see this tribal dragon tattoo and you like then get it, if that’s what makes you happy.
Tribal Dragon Tattoo
Tribal dragon tattoo are starting to become an increasingly popular design choice especially among young males. The more common tribal dragon tattoos are of the eastern, the western and the imperial dragons. The meaning of an eastern dragon is the nicest of all, they represent kindheartedness, good fortune and they are believed to be a protector. While the meaning of a western dragon is quite the opposite, being seen as an evil, greedy, fire breathing creature. Neither the western nor the eastern dragon have wings, the only one believed to have had wings is the imperial dragon. Tribal dragons tattoos represent mythical creatures that can have many different meanings, depending on which dragon you decide for your tattoo. Being a mythical creature gives the tattoo artists a wide range to work with when designing your tattoo and it also gives people the opportunity to have a unique tattoo, increasing their popularity dramatically. A tribal dragon tattoo is very often associated with strength and power, which has made it very dominant in the art of tribal tattoos. And the tribal dragon tattoo can be made even more impressive by the addition of traditional Japanese, Chinese or Celtic elements. Why not try combining one with a Celtic knot design, for example?
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