Skeleton tattoo is an interesting choice for inking. Mostly, the skeleton symbolizes the positive aspects of the negative things. Especially skeleton tattoos are for those who are fans of horror, people with maybe a darker sense of humor, those who find the beauty in death and the afterlife.
Skull and skeleton tattoos can mean recognition of death, celebration of life, and just about everything in between. A skeleton tattoo can be the symbol of your ability to overcome hard times and to carry strength. Skeletons are also often connected with death and the fact that everything will eventually pass. The skeleton can also be the symbol of fearlessness and protection.
When you think of a this tattoo style, you probably think of the anatomy of humans. The human skeleton is the internal framework of the human body. People are composed of around 270 bones at birth. This total decreases to around 206 bones by adulthood. It is because some bones get fused together. The human skeleton performs six major functions: support, movement, protection, production of blood cells, storage of minerals, and endocrine regulation.
Skeleton tattoos can be fun and modern or scary and dark. It all depends on the design, graphics and the goal you want to achieve. Tattoo artists generally illustrated skeleton in black ink. If you add some colors in your tattoo, without a doubt it will look unique and more decorative. You can also give the skeleton different poses and add other graphic elements to the inking. Those tattoos are usually engraved on body parts where you can add lots of detail. The most common placement options are legs, upper arm, forearm, and chest. If you make small skeleton ink, you can built it up into a larger tattoo later.
All in all, choose your tattoo wisely. You mus be get ready to explain what it means to you time and again to curious observers.