Black Ink Vs. Color Ink

October 7, 2008 at 7:25 pm (tattoo) (, , , , , , , , , )

I know I already wrote post about black ink and color ink, but I have some more thoughts on it and want to share them. As I mentioned in my first black ink vs color ink post it is strictly a personal preference. I for one prefer black ink and I honestly don’t know why. But I have also noticed something regrading black and color ink. Of course this doesn’t apply to everyone but it does to some.

Okay, I have noticed that when people get tattoos they usually stay with strictly black ink or color ink. Take me for instance I have two tattoos and they are both done in black ink and If I get anymore tattoos than they will more than likely be in black ink as well. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt only have black ink tattoos as well as Megan Fox. But if you notice someone that has colored tattoos than more than likely all of their tattoos are colored. So I am just curious to why people are like this? I wonder why some people are more drawn to black ink, while other are drawn to color. To be frank I can’t even answer that question because I fall into one of those category’s. But it’s just neat to notice different tattoo trends and patterns that people follow or fall into. I think it is safe to say I will probably never know the answer to this question but that’s fine with me. I promise it won’t be me up at night.

Your Tattoo Friend

Ashley

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1 Comment

  1. Sam said,

    It strange but very true.

    However, I have 4 fully coloured tattoos, and one that is strictly black and grey.

    The black and grey one is a memorial tattoo for my aunt who passed away. She had a dolphin tattooed on her ankle so I decided to get one as well.

    I went with black and grey, because I just figured that colour would kind of take away from the tattoo (if that makes any sense at all.) I guess I figured that it would look more cartoony and take away from the emotion of the tattoo.

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