Sunday, July 26, 2009

Tongue Tattoos

The needles move extremely fast, bre
aking the skin and leaving the pigments of ink.
As tongue tattoos become more and more popular, more and more designs are implemented. In most cases, those who already have them, chose to have their tongue tattooed a certain color. As far as the procedure goes, it’s very similar to getting a tattoo on any other part of your body. The tongue, just like the skin, will swallow the pigments once the surface has been punctured by the needle. There are also designs that can be tattooed farther back on the tongue, near the middle of it.
Stars are popular with the lower area of the tongue, near the tip. Although many aren’t familiar with tongue tattoos yet, they are just now starting to take shape. Whether it be purple, orange, black, or blue, thetongue can be tattooed a variety of different colors. A tattoo on the tongue is often described as a tickling sensation or the feeling of numbness in your mouth.

A tongue tattoo is a bit on the creative side – something that you just don’t see in public everyday. When the tattoo artist does the tattoo, he will normally use a tool to hold the tongue out. The designs that are poplar with tongue tattoos include stars, tribal work, and other shapes and designs that cover a region of the tongue. A tattoo involved needles puncturing the skin, depositing ink into the epidermis. Once the tongue is out, the artist will begin work.

If a tongue tattoo sounds interesting to you, the first thing to do is find a tattoo artist in your area who is experienced with doing them. Unlike tattoos on the skin, the tongue is a giant muscle. Tattoos are a hot commodity these days, becoming more and more popular than they have ever been in the past. Although tattoos are very popular, the new trend that is rapidly taking effect in the world of tattoos is known as tongue tattoos. Once the pigments of ink are absorbed by the tongue, the color will remain there forever.

If you’ve ever had a tongue piercing, you’ll know what it looks like. Those who have had tongue tattoos in the past say that they aren’t very painful. The process normally does take very long, as long you hold still and don’t move around. There are hundreds and thousands of different designs and styles of tattoos to choose from, giving you the chance to express yourself. There are tattoos that cover the entire tongue, or just a single area.

They resemble other designs and styles, although they cover the muscle known as the tongue. Not a lot of tattoo artists are familiar with tongue tattoos, as they are just now beginning to surface.
This is the first post of a new blog that will look into the people who get tongue tattoos and the artists who do them.
Piercings? Out. Body modifications? Out. Normal tattoos? Totally out. But now there are tongue tattoos!

Done for a Fark contest. The provided image was the inside of some cabbage. I just had to put it over the tongue and use layer blending modes. But it obviously went well with the crowd. Made 2nd place

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