Full Sleeve Tattoos Styles

Tattoo Sleeves

Full Sleeve Tattoos Styles
tattoo sleeves

An elaborate arm tattoo or full sleeve tattoo can speak volumes for your strength of will and commitment. The art is not just being flaunted by a number of celebs around the globe today, but also by people of ages and across cultures. In fact, sleeve tattoo styles are the most popular types of arm tattoos known yet. The reason why they are referred to as sleeve tattoos is that they are so elaborate that many pass off for extensions of the apparel sleeves. The sleeve tattoo designs can be as elaborate or simple as you want them to be.

They function as more than just arm tattoos, they are part of an art that covers a whole area of a body part. The fact that these tattoo designs can be flaunted to cover the whole arm with little or no skin showing makes them unique. There are a number of online as well as offline resources that make the sleeve tattoo styles available in your own time. These resources also offer you a virtual experience prior to indulging in the real thing. The sleeve tattoo styles and designs are very intricate. They get more and more complicated as and when you keep adding to the integrated design.

Not only are they extremely colorful, but they can also be customized to flaunt several images, designs and patterns. It is not uncommon to find members of rock bands flaunting sleeve tattoo styles. Members of both genders show off the art on their arms as well as legs. There are a number of popular sleeve tattoo ideas floating around for those interested. You could take your pick from sleeve tattoos with cherry blossoms and samurai designs to floral and animal prints.

The art thrived in Asia in the ancient times and the showcasing now gives you the unique opportunity to bring that culture back to life. Women are known to flaunt many floral designs like flowers interwoven with tendrils and leaves in bright colors. Among the floral designs in sleeve tattoo styles preferred by men and women are the hibiscus and rose. The designs differ very subtly or not at all for feminine and masculine patrons.

Now, depending on personal preference, Celtic tattoos with their unique knots are making the rounds. Displaying the intricate and highly detailed knot work displays style and charisma. There are animal tattoos interwoven with the knot work in Celtic tattoos to give you the tribal tattoo feel. It pays to access guidelines like the use of heavy black lines for the outlines and vegetable based colored ink instead, to make your sleeve tattoo styles a little different.

The tattoos can be very complicated and expensive. The extent to which the art can be kept open for future add-on differs from one tattoo artist to another. Getting yourself a good sleeve tattoo is not a difficult task even if you have to go back to the tattoo shop frequently for other subsequent sessions. You can even avail of festive discounts given by tattoo parlors to get the art done on your arm or leg in a cost effective way.

tattoo sleevesQuestion by Zach: do you think tattoo sleeves look better with a lot of small tattoos or a few big ones?

Best answer:

Answer by tenbetty12
i personally do not like tattoo sleeves at all, but a lot of small ones

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Full Biomech Sleeve Tattoo Update 07.26.10 (Birthday Edition)

I worked more on my right sleeve for my birthday (which is on 07.22) The music I used with permmision from the band is copyright VIR 2010. If you would like to know more about the band, visit their Myspace Page: www.myspace.com All my tattoos have been done by Jeff Croci who currently tattoos at 7th Son Tattoo in San Francisco, CA Jeff Croci's Website: www.jeffcrocitattoo.com

I worked more on my right sleeve for my birthday (which is on 07.22) The music I used with permmision from the band is copyright VIR 2010. If you would like to know more about the band, visit their Myspace Page: www.myspace.com All my tattoos have been done by Jeff Croci who currently tattoos at 7th Son Tattoo in San Francisco, CA Jeff Croci's Website: www.jeffcrocitattoo.com

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