Tattoo Celtic designs are traditionally associated with the Celtic people who have a colorful history which can be dated back to thousand of years. There was a time when entire Europe was Celtic and Celts only were ruling England. These people were pushed back subsequently towards the north and west by Romans, Angles, and Saxons. The modern descendants of Irish, Scots or Welsh origins still feel proud over their rich and eventful Celtic heritage. Before thousands of years the Celtic people have specialized in different art forms like metal, jewelry, and weapons. Some of the symbols used by the ancient people still carry a great amount of meaning and significant for modern people who feel proud about their Celtic origin.
The different tattoo Celtic designs are equally popular among the tattoo lovers who are not associated with the ancient culture in any manner. These designs sport a number of interlacing patterns, knotworks, and spirals along with animal forms. Some of the designs used by ancient Celts on pots and figurines are still popular among the people who love to carry these tattoos. Some of the popular designs are inspired by the Irish Illuminated Manuscripts including “The Book of Kells”. A tattoo lover can easily distinguish the tattoos based on their complex knots, interlacing patterns and vibrant colors. People love to ink these designs which include the Celtic cross.
Many people like to ink these tattoo Celtic designs using pure black with a vibrant bright color used occasionally to make it attractive. While getting such tattoos inked on your body, you have to remember that each of these designs carry a specific meaning. You have to spend some time in understanding the various designs and the exact meaning they will represent to the viewers. Further, these designs cannot be easily combined with other tattooing themes and patterns. If you decide to sport a pattern in Celtic style, then you have to instruct the artist about the exact spacing to be incorporated between multiple lines. The lines should not be too closer to each other and at least 1 cm of space must remain between two adjacent lines.
Also, the inking of various tattoo Celtic designs is a much complex process and can be done with exact precision only when the artist understands the various designs and symbols, and have prior experience in inking these tattoos. The intricate patterns and knotworks used in the designs communicate a special feeling, emotion, and meaning. Choose a tattoo artist who can produce a tattoo which offers the attractive Celtic style along with your desired message.