Dear Tattoo Lover
Expressing your love for real tattoo art on your body can be a very fulfilling experience. Once you get your tattoo ingrained into you, it becomes a part of you and says much about who you are. You start to give more attention to that particular area of your body and admire it more than you use to - this is perfectly natural!
Why Dragon Tattoos?
Religious Tattoos like crosses, symbols and images of Christ are extremely popular and can add a distinct 'je ne sais quoi' to a person's character. The real beauty of religious tattoos is that they don't have to be loud and obnoxious useless you want them to be, but rather subtle and stylish.
What Do They Mean?
Religious tattoos, when done by a skilled artist can be a dynamic piece of art. The dragon is a classic tattoo motif, popular with men and women, and shows the profound influence of Japanese and Chinese culture in Western tattooing.
Dragons were around long before man set his footprint in the sands of time. These giant, winged, fire-breathing lizards are reminiscent of the prehistoric creatures - dinosaurs, no less - that roamed the earth millions of years ago, but the fact is, the dragon grew out of the human imagination.The dragon represents both the beneficent and malevolent elements, depending on which part of the world it breathed its fiery breath.
In China, these mythological creatures were the symbol of both the supernatural and of imperial power, residing in the heavenly realms!
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