Monday, 23 November 2009

If you have been thinking about Chinese letter tattoo designs, then obviously, you are thinking about getting Chinese Letter characters tattooed on yourself. One of the hardest things is to find a suitable design, but regardless of which Chinese letter tattoo designs you may choose, the one thing that remains constant (as with all Chinese writing) is the beauty of the characters that make up Chinese writing itself.

Chinese letter tattoo designs can be either simple or complex. Simple characters seem to be the most popular, as it is with Chinese writing you can say an entire word with just one character e.g peace,love,happiness etc. In any case whether you choose a single or multiple Chinese letter tattoo, the one thing that will remain constant is the tattoo's ability to evoke a mystique and a charm that cannot be achieved by a normal word tattoo.That being said,there are several things that you should keep in mind when you are considering them.

The most important of these is to make sure that you know what your Chinese letter tattoo designs mean! When you pick out a suitable design, then make sure you check its meaning from several different sources. There are some website that offer several different sources of information, so it may be easier to find out than you realise. Don't take it for certain that because you saw the design on the internet that it is absolutely correct.

Also with some Chinese letter tattoo characters you may notice a line drawn across the bottom of them. Sometimes the only use of these lines is to let us know the correct orientation of the character itself and so these lines do not have anything to do with the actual meaning of the character!

One important point to consider is that unlike English, Chinese does not have an alphabet. In other words on one hand you might end up with a character that has a similarity to your actual name and on the other hand it may also seem totally unrelated!

It would even be an advantage to speak to someone who knows the language, so after you print out your design it may pay you to take a trip to 'Chinatown' if you have one or even your local Asian supermarket. It is also worth mentioning that Chinese letter tattoos can also come in different fonts. You should consider a font that lets you see the letters clearly.

You should also try and find a tattoo artist who is comfortable working with Chinese letter characters and who understands the structure of the characters, this is important because one single altered stroke can completely change the meaning of the word!

As with any tattoo you should take a little time to think about it, especially if you are choosing several chinese letter characters.

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