Dragon Tattoos

Dragon Tattoos

Mythical creatures that fly and breathe fire – this is just one of the things that describes dragons. A constant figure in epics and legends, dragons are considered as symbols of strength and bravery. In China, imagery of dragons has been used to incite fear in enemies. Their warriors, too, wore dragon tattoos. Indeed, from then until now, there has been no greater style than that ofthe majesticdragon ink. The way this creature has managed to catch the imagination of many has resulted in the enthusiasm of many individuals who like colorful and vibrant tattoo patterns.

Meaning “giant snake” in Latin, dragons never fail to fuel the imagination of many people. Because of this, dragon tattoos have always been linked with purity and hope. Despite this, the creature has always been associated with rage and jealousy. Men wearing this type of tattoo do so to signify raw power, while women who choose this design are emphasizing the role of the female as creator. What’s great about tattoos of dragons is that they are flexible, meaning your artist can modify the shape to suit your body. For one, you can have a dragon around your arm – giving you some beautiful tattoo sleeves that eliminate the need for you to don colorful clothing. You can also ask your artist to draw a long tattoo down your back.




Good Luck Symbols Tattoo
St. George Slaying the Dragon
tribal dragon
Tribal Ouroboros Dragon
Dragon5
samurai mask
Dragon
Viking Voyage (B&W)
Dragon Koi Fish Tattoo
Polynesian/Maori shoulder-half sleeve Tattoo
cherry blossum dragon
dragon
MJOLNIR
Buddha Sleeve
lotus dragon
Dragons
Chinese Dragon
Dragon Koi
Fire dragon
Dragon Guitar
Dragon Koi
Simplistic Tribal Dragon
Dragon Koi Fish Tattoo
Dragon Head
Tribal Dragon
chinese or Japanese dragon
Dragon Yin Yang
Dragon Koi Fish Tattoo
Tiger and Dragon Yin Yang
Dragon