Cross Tattoos: Over 400 Cross Tattoo Designs, Pictures and Ideas of Celtic, Tribal, Christian, Irish and Gothic Crosses.

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Cross Tattoos: Over 400 Cross Tattoo Designs, Pictures and Ideas of Celtic, Tribal, Christian, Irish and Gothic Crosses.

Whether you are planning to get a new tattoo and are looking for tattoo ideas or you are just a tattoo lover and want to see some great cross tattoo designs, this book will not disappoint. With over 400 cross designs, this book is probably the most complete collection of cross tattoos you will ever find. From Celtic crosses to religious, Irish, tribal, ornamental and Gothic crosses, all are well represented in this book.

If you plan to get a new tattoo, make sure you first check the 430 cross designs from this book. Tattoos are permanent and hard to remove; do not take chances – make sure you choose the best design before going to see your tattoo artist.

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EMS says:

Not tattoo friendly I own a tattoo shop in NW PA and do a lot of religious imagery / walk in style stuff. We’re always looking for more crosses as they’re very popular. This book however is pretty unusable. Most of these designs are computer generated and will not translate into a tattoo well at all. The line work, coloring, and shading represented have no relationship to the way a tattoo is done or even approached design wise. Many of the designs would be more appropriate for Henna tattooing, or a bad t-shirt design you might find in Walmart. There were about 4 or 5 decent celtic crosses in there but that is about the only redeeming value. If you want some decent cross references for real tattooing then I would not recommend this book at all.

Chris Demand says:

so many crosses This is a tattoo designs book with hundreds of crosses of all kind. If you look for cross tattoo ideas or designs you will find this book very useful.

Richie Jingles says:

Not for tattoo artists This is what happens when an artist who never held a tattoo machine in his life, who has absolutely no concept of the strenghts and limitations of tattooing, tries to draw a book of tattoo designs. There are a few good designs here and there, but the majority have teeny tiny lines way too close to each other, designs that just don’t translate well into the skin, and the worst sin of all— designs that WON’T SELL! If you are looking for cross/religious designs that are beautifully drawn, strong and simple with plenty of room to add your own custom shading, tight, precise outlines, and best of all, WILL SELL— I highley recommend “Religious designs vol 1 and 2, by Steve Soto of Goodfellas Tattoo. Those books are a great investment, real moneymakers!


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