They involve geometric shapes intertwining and coming together to form larger designs or shapes. The possibilities with geometric tattoos are even more endless than the others and are often used to showcase an artist’s style and ability.
The only element to watch out for is maintaining their symmetry on your body. Only a competent tattoo artist can fit the perfect angles to the shape of your natural curves while still maintaining the shapes so it doesn’t appear to curve or bubble.
Most pieces are simply black ink but splashing watercolor around the black lines or filling in colors on geometric animals has been popular.
They can be made increasingly dramatic by using the emphasis on black and white space. Thick black squares or filled-in areas can make delicate lines more noticeable.
Arrows or abstract designs can emphasize sharp, angular corners, creating a highly distinctive, severe look. Using more hexagons and linked shapes can soften the look a bit while still keeping the drama from the overall complexity of the piece.
Gradient shading can have the same effect—focusing the eye in specific places for a flow that you wouldn’t expect in an angular design.
Geometric animals have a huge following. They’re interesting and add a new element to traditional animals. You can also combine shapes with a traditional animal, by adding lines around it to give it a unique setting.
The inter-lapping of the natural and the abstract emanates a beauty and strength of its own. Animals can also be drawn without lines, using only colors and gradient shading to imitate a multi-faceted, jewel-like quality.
Patterns can make up the entire piece, even a whole sleeve. The design adjusts with distance or placement and forces the eye to travel along the skin. There are so many directions for tweaking, color or contrasting hard and soft lines.
Discover the tranquility and awe with a geometric tattoo for women that is ultra feminine.