A few decades ago, tattoos were mostly ugly, lifeless designs featuring black ink. The stigma of the “jailhouse tattoo” makes us all imagine poorly designed artwork with black ink as the only color used in the piece. Over the last few decades, tattoo artists see more requests for colorful tattoos. Look at a fresh tattoo on someone walking out of the booth, and you’ll find shades of red, blue, yellow, and even white being popular in designs.
Modern ink technologies transcend what we thought is possible with tattoo art. Pigments give you more variation on what’s possible with your skin art. Colorful tattoos provide a dramatically striking piece, with eye-popping results. Capture landscapes with brilliant hues and shades that captivate light. Produce poignant profiles of people, animals, and symbols with palettes of color that accentuate the design.
Many people make the mistake of thinking that colorful tattoos add to the costs of your new artwork. The reality is that colorful pieces can cut back on your tattoo budget, giving you more time to pay for the artwork. It’s possible to choose a color for each session, allowing you to steadily build on your piece until you complete it in its entirety. Use this strategy to create a masterpiece on a budget without breaking your bank account.
Colorful tattoos come brimming with vitality and zest. The hues used in the artwork for these creations can range from fantastically psychedelic, to subtle and seductive. Colors don’t always have to blend to be effective. Clashes of color can provide a wide-ranging set of hues for your tattoo that comes together in a collision of vivid visual delight.An experienced tattoo artist knows how the blend and fade colors together to form a visually spectacular piece. Look for artists with plenty of practice using color, and transform your skin into