I recently read about and saw a video of lizard man. A person who tried to get as close to being a lizard, as possible for a human. He had lizard like marks and scales all over his body and looked very creepy. I am just wondering if his kids are wondering if his father is actually a lizard or something. Maybe they are baby lizards. The part which seems to be the most painful is that he has even split his tongue into two and Oh My God! How scary he looks when he brings his tongue out. Its really not for the faint of heart. You could actually faint if you are left alone with him. Just wonder how you would feel if you are going on a lonely road at night and suddenly this lizard man comes near you and asks you the time. Wouldn't you just jump out of fear? And wouldn't you just try to run away, just by seeing his tongue come out like a snake's. Eeks, I am sure some people could even get a heart attack and a few stronger ones might even faint. He is said to perform at shows and earns his livelihood that way.
It has often been said or believed that people who are into tattoos are usually not good. They are looked upon as a gang of robbers or biker gangs who just go on and make other people's lives hell. Now, here comes a person who almost gave away his life trying to help a girl. This man was actually going to set a world record where he would get tattoos done on himself for 48 hours at a stretch but was very unfortunate because he was unable to do it. Although the will was there, his body didn't cooperate. After just 16 hours (although 16 hours of tattooing is not a joke) his body started to shake and he went into a shock. Doctors say that he could have died if he had not been bought to the hospital quickly. He actually did it for a girl who had got her legs amputated because of a disease. If he had been able to raise a few hundred pounds, it would have helped the girl to recover. I hope people see this act and notice how a person who is tattooed has such a golden heart that he almost gave his life away trying to help a child.
One of the most ancient and common pictorial symbols is a star. You can find stars in thousands of different religious, political, military, and astrological symbols as well as corporate logos, signs, and flags. Either by itself or as part of a whole design, stars of all kinds are used in tattoo design. Traditional meanings have been attached to different star styles which can be a consideration for you as you design and prepare for your tattoo. A classic five-pointed star, also known as a pentagram, can symbolize status and achievement. Used for everything from Army Generals to school children who have done well on their homework, a star means you've accomplished something important. Additionally, it has been used as a symbol of health and vitality in Christianity, and on the official seal of the city of Jerusalem. Wiccans and neo-pagans use the pentagram as a symbol of their faith much like Christians do the cross. To them it represents the five elements of air, water, land, fire and spirit.
You should look at girl tattoo pics if you want a tattoo. Truly, pictures do tell stories. A picture of a real tattoo can tell you a lot of things about a design that you like. What Pictures Tell You There are advantages to looking at tattoo pics. A picture of a design can tell you if it looks good at all. Some designs only look great in flash or in their inking pattern. It can be an entirely different story though when they get etched on skin. Looking at a picture of a tattoo on someone else's skin will help convince you if it is any good at all. Skin Colors - Some tattoos are also meant for certain skin colors. People aren't really just black and white. There are various degrees of skin color in between dark and light. A tattoo that doesn't match your skin color will only make you look untidy. Pictures of tattoos are a good way to help you pick one that will complement your skin color. Body Spot - Pictures are also invaluable when picking a spot. Not every body part will look good with designs that seem cool.
A tattoo for a girl has some considerations. It isn't always as simple as picking a design you like and having it etched on your skin. Deciding to get a tattoo needs careful thought and reflection. Otherwise, you could make some serious tattoo mistakes. Here are some girl tattoo mistakes to avoid. Tattooing Someone's Name This is one of the biggest and most common mistakes. It has nothing to do with an artist's lack of tattooing skill. It has everything to do with your own present personal preoccupation. It may feel like someone will always be special to you and truly deserves to have his name or face tattooed on you. Family Members - This may be a good idea if you are considering the name or face of your child or parents. After all, you can never change your parents and offspring. It is a different story though if you are thinking of a significant other. No matter how in love you are right now, you may not last forever. You do not want an ex's name on you forever especially when you find someone new.
Tattoo for women designs are great works of art. Many women would certainly consider getting inked because of the great many designs available. As with every decision though, there are common questions that you might wan to ask first before you do get a tattoo. Here are the top three questions to ask. What are the best, sexiest or cutest designs? This is probably the most common question. Go to any girl tattoo forum and you will surely encounter girls who want to know the answer to this. The truth is that there is no single answer for it. Everything depends on what you personally like and what fits you. There are however a couple of enduring design categories that women favor. You might want to consider some of them. Flowers - Floral designs have always been on top of the list. Flowers, vines and leaves simply convey femininity. Strategic placements can also send out the message of sexiness. Be careful with your choice of flower though. Not all kinds of flowers have positive symbolic meanings.
So you've been looking at girl tattoo pictures. You might be thinking of getting one and once you find a design that you like, you'll hope to get exactly what you see. Yes, tattoos on girls can look absolutely beautiful. There are however, a couple of considerations that you would have to look at before you get yourself inked. Making the Decision Getting a tattoo is not a decision you should easily make. This is especially true if it is your first time. You have to think long and hard about your decision because a tattoo can change your life. Here are some questions you should ask yourself first before you get a tattoo: - Is this something I really want? You can never underestimate the value of this first major question. Some may consider getting a tattoo to please someone else. Do consider though that a person you may be trying to please may not hang around for a long time. Do you honestly want to carry a reminder of someone who just doesn't matter in your life anymore? - Am I a shy or daring person?
Today, tattoo designs and those designer tattoo for girl clients can be found everywhere. Try browsing through a couple of online galleries and you will surely find a couple of designs that you would consider having. Before you do get yourself tattooed there are some important things you should think about. Getting the Best Design The most common question for girls is which is the most appropriate design for girls. If you are asking about popularity, that is easy to answer. Girls would look great in floral, tribal, fantasy and foreign character designs. Tattoos however are never about just what is popular. Each tattoo design has its own unique significance. Each tattoo represents a person's personality and preferences. It therefore follows that what may be great for one may not be great for you. When it comes to tattoo designs, you should have the final say. Good tattoo artists however can help you make the right decisions as to placement and tattoo size. Tattoo Individuality Tattoo designs are never completely unique.
Finding the perfect Tattoo can be a difficult challenge for anyone, looking at magazines, and searching on the internet can be very time consuming and stressful. Honestly when I first got my tattoo I thought the whole process would be as simple as purchasing a t-shirt. I had a vague idea of what I wanted (dragon) but I didn't realize that it took so long to find the actual image of what I wanted. In fact, I spent so much time searching that I almost gave up which eventually delayed my process of getting inked by couple of weeks. It seemed that everywhere I turned I was just finding amateur sketches, blurry images, & not enough designs from the various free tattoo sites online. Eventually, I found the tattoo that I wear proudly covering my whole back, but I vowed that I wouldn't go through the same frustrating process ever again. If you find yourself in the same situation, here are some quick tips to help you find your next tattoo design - without the hassle and stress: - Don't waste your energy on free sites The thing about the Internet is that it's packed with thousands of sites offering free tattoo designs.
Getting a tattoo involves deciding on the style you want. One choice is that of getting a single, solid tattoo, or getting a design that is more of a mural design. Often times people become split between just getting something simple, but then also having the desire to go for something more elaborate. The two are very different approaches and choices, and there's advantages to each, and also a way to combine both. Single tattoo. A single tattoo can actually stand out better than an elaborate mural like design. It's easier visually to pick up on right away, and can pop out more immediately. It can also do a better job of representing a certain ideal or representation. If you are looking to symbolize something, a single tattoo can do the job in a solid, straight forward manner. If you are looking to tell more of a story, then a mural design may be better. Mural designs. Mural designs are more elaborate looking, more complex, and sometimes more striking. They require the eye to settle in and study more closely.