Chameleon is a creature that most people yearn to have as a pet. What makes this animal interesting is how it can change its color to camouflage, which is one of its survival tactics. Moreover, tattoo artists include this animal in their design catalogs because there’s more to this creature than its camouflaging skill. The chameleon tattoo signifies creativity and diversity. It symbolizes adaptability as it can change color on its own. Moreover, it implicates fluidity and flexibility. Some people who wear this tattoo expresses his or her desire to stand out from a group. The chameleon is typically in green as its base color, even though it can change to different colors. Some artists do this style in full detail, from the skin to its structure. It also features the most distinct part of the creature, which is the long tongue. Moreover, there’s a little wood or branch for it to cling. This design looks better on the calf, arm, or upper chest part of the body.
The tribal chameleon tattoo is also an exceptional design, despite its meekness. It looks more attractive in black color, and it’s apt on any part of the body, regardless of its size. It’s workable on any color as well, but it looks more appealing in black as it has a minimalistic vibe.
Aside from the realistic chameleon design, a vector style is also what millennials choose as their tattoo. The precise lines forming the structure of the chameleon is what makes this style very attractive. It also comes with a stem, where chameleons typically stay. Moreover, it’ll look better on a big canvas, such as the back part of the body, to emphasize its comprehensive design.