Inside: Full Sleeve Tattoo Ideas & Inspiration.
What is a Full Sleeve Tattoo?
A sleeve tattoo or tattoo sleeve is a large tattoo or collection of smaller tattoos that covers most or all of a person’s arm. The most common sleeve tattoo is a full sleeve, which covers the arm entirely in tattoos from the shoulder to the wrist. Other variations of sleeves are the half-sleeve and quarter-sleeve.
Full Sleeve Tattoo Ideas
1. Dotwork Sleeve Idea
2. Shaded Sleeve
3. Flowery Outline
4. Colorful Full Sleeve
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More Tattoo Ideas for You
- Black and Grey Tattoo Work – Often referred to as a Jailhouse tattoo, black and grey tattoo designs are impressive and extremely popular. Don’t worry; just because they don’t have a bunch of colors doesn’t mean that they won’t leave an impact. They can tell a very vivid story without an ounce of color. There are lots of feminine and masculine tattoo options out there to choose from. Don’t miss these brilliant black and gray tattoo designs!
- Tattoo Background Shading Ideas – Are you looking to add a little flair to your sleeve tattoo? Or add an extra bit of depth to a unique design? Shading is the perfect filler to complete that complex sleeve or take your beautiful ink to the next level. By just adding this effect to your tattoo, you will have a one-of-a-kind finished piece. Tattoo background shading comes in all types of styles and colors, check out a few of our favorites.
- Half Sleeve Tattoo Ideas for Women – Tattoos have grown in popularity over the last decade but the half sleeve tattoos for women, in particular, have been growing rapidly. This tattoo begins either above the elbow to the shoulder or below the elbow to the wrist. This type of tattoo takes thought in creation, but it also takes thought in whether it works for each person, as it’s not as easy to cover up. Many questions arise and endless hours of research occur when looking for that perfect look. What is the statement I am trying to make? What will these tattoos represent? And the list could go on, and on, and on…