It’s like the person is saying that they are fully committed. It extends up past her neckline so it would be difficult to cover this.6) Bold and beautiful coloring. Magnificent shading and line detail.8) This art embodies strength and courage. It could be representative of Zeus and him acting as protector of the people. Based on these photos, you would think the only place to get inked is on your back, but that’s simply not the case.
The artwork is packed with imagery and meaning that only people who are related to this religion may fully mean. The flowing hair and the waves appear like he is paddling forward and demonstrates the action of this piece.9) Wow! Her hood appears to literally be coming off his body. There are a myriad of places for you to choose from.
And lastly, just verify with your workplace that tattoos are acceptable.
Discreet places are also popular for those who do not wish to share their tattoo with the world.
Other people use it as a means to shout from the rooftops what they believe. Here’s a few things to think about when placing your tattoo.
If you are a person who feels things intensely and feels that the world should know about it, there are several ways to do it.
You can write about it, talk about it, or you can simply get inked.
Even back in the Roman era, people took to inking themselves in homage to whatever idol they worshiped. The way that the red flowers start at the bottom and then make their way up, makes it seem like there is movement.4) The wise face of this Native American seems so life like. The black behind him really makes the image of the Native American come forward.
Can you imagine what it would’ve felt like to get inked in the ancient days? The bold use of red and blue really make it stand out. Do you think his religion is tied back to Native American heritage? A look at spiritual tattoos historically: The fact is that tattoos and body art have been a part of many religious rituals and ceremonies in many of the older cultures.
That being said, back tattoos are extremely popular and looking totally great so it’s really up to you and your preference.
Also, keep in mind that tattooing an area that is constantly in the elements (sun, being rubbed a lot, clothing etc) then it could possibly fade faster than areas that are more protected.
When it is all said and done, the art is going to be on your body!
Tattoos are quite a commitment and should be thought through carefully.
You can obviously have them lasered off but that is costly and quite painful from what we hear.