TAT Tattoo of just text/words?

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  1. daneford

    daneford New Member

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    I want to get a tattoo, but it would be only words. I'm wondering what kind of font or style is best for word tattoos, also something the tattoo artist would be able to replicate.

    Any advice?
     
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    comic sans. 180 pt
     
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  4. meshuggahn

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    Times New Roman is pretty standard....












    But in all seriousness, do whatever the fuck font you want to. Ive seen some I couldnt read at all, but the person who had it knew what it said and thats all that mattered. Or go for a bolder font. Its up to you man.
     
  5. 4bangin

    4bangin Ballet of Violence

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    I like script
     
  6. natasha

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    Depends on what you are getting tattooed on you...I like script for names, but if you're tattooing something hardcore on you, script wouldn't look right.
     
  7. Memor

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    :rofl::rofl::rofl:

    There are thousands of different calligraphy styles. Start hunting. It is completely dependent on the phrase and your personal tastes, both of which we on this forum know nothing about.
     
  8. Flac0

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    I say depends on the text you have. Your artist should books with many fonts. Script always looks good.
     

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