The Baroque style originated as opposed to strict rationalism. The word is of Italian origin, which can be translated as «the tendency to excess.» This style is characterized by dynamic and catchy pictures , color saturation, luxury and grandeur.
This line has found its rightful place in architecture, literature, women’s clothing, jewelry, music, painting, and other areas of art. To date, the Baroque can rightly be considered the most prominent style of the Renaissance. Baroque has managed to penetrate not only in different areas of art, but also to create its own independent style in tattoos.
Explore the Baroque style of the tattoo can be for the most features that have been mentioned above, namely:
In this area can be considered a hallmark of applying a body images that mimic lace. Activities performed an experienced master, look very realistic. This is especially true, if the picture is applied to the wrist or the neck. For the tattoo in the Baroque style is characterized by abstract images, which are often chosen by man as an ornament of your body.
In addition to abstract images, you can stuff your skin in the form of the original tattoo of a flower or butterfly, a bird or any animal. All this is accomplished master in a complex combination of original designs, plant elements and complex patterns. Very often on the tattoo of this trend can be found owl image, deer, peacocks, roses and lilies. Selecting the picture depends on the wishes and possibilities of human masters. A professional tattoo artist can turn a simple at first glance, an amazing animal in the picture, which will be filled with amazing ornaments and luxurious baroque forms. The choice for this style of drawing can be limited to the client’s wishes or fantasy wizard. Features of this style allows you to place a tattoo that will cover several parts of the body.
Choosing the Baroque style, one is bound to attract attention to his person by the passers-by and will stand out from the crowd of people around him.
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