Ornamental tattoo is a drawing on a person’s skin, which is very similar to carving. The image in this genre is often not just a picture, but has a certain meaning or displays a specific mood. Under the guise of patterns can be seen traits of human nature, parting words and more can be seen under these patterns.
A lot of people willing to make these tattoos their personal totem. This ornamental tattoo style has been originated in the Pacific islands as one of the types of painting on the body. In those times tattoos served not only as a part of the decoration, but also served as informational and ritual function. The tattoo was always made by a priest. He could only do this to those people who had high status in the society. Such tattoos were often performed during the transition of a child to adulthood.
Having looked at the sketches, it can be noted that this style is very difficult to apply to the skin and it takes a lot of time, because it contains intricate patterns. The end result of such image will be very effective on the body. Tattoo ornaments look very colorful on arms, legs and shoulders.
The main features of this concept are clear lines. Here, the symmetry of the patterns is observed, and the picture itself is filled with:
An image of the moon, the sun, floral or marine themes can be often seen on these sketches.
There are many different techniques relevant for this genre. However, three main approaches can be distinguished from the whole set. Within the frame of a tattoo in an ornament style, one can often find images with small thin lines made with great accuracy.
Such lines are typical for the linework style.
The direction of the blackwork is characterized by the presence of tribolic patterns, which have large shapes. In case you want it, combining all the styles into one picture and getting the original image as a result is also possible. Many people think that the combination of linework and blackwork is the best one. And what do you think?
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