Viking tattoo is not very common, but for those who wear them, they tend to symbolize the brute force certain that some of the other outstanding designs. They often represent the leading position, and a sense of mystical energy.
Many of the viking tattoo that you will come across a bear look like cardboard. These designs tend to be bright - colors and bold lines, and the wonderful sights accompanying them - sometimes even neon. Many of these designs appear only facial grimacing or shouting from the viking with the locks, windswept long, and a century or a helmet decorated with a large wing. You may also see a full-body designs in this style, which appear in the Viking wielding an ax stained with blood, or climbing mountains in the sunset. Some people prefer to use this method to create a more horrific. Usually the perception of these simple skull or skeleton dressed in a Viking, and carrying heavy weapons.
Some people prefer to viking tattoos that have an effect more realistic, or even fiction. These designs describe the Scandinavian Viking or Celtic in the shadow of the most silent of red, blue, green, tone the body, and sometimes in a simple black lines. These designs also imagine the faces in a manner more similar to a picture, and tend to be more dynamic in the situation of their own.
Although the male viking tattoos are the most common, and you will see in some cases, female viking designs. They usually appear until the pin on the model, but may also see this imaginary figure who is sensitive and either fictional, such as, difficult and a little muscle. These designs tend to show the status of female viking itself, weapon in his hand, put a little bit, however, may see a fight with another female viking overtaking her, or a large viking. In the last place, and symbols often tends toward the feminist movement, and aims to show the strength and the strength of a woman warrior bold.
Many people like to include symbols in the tattoo of the viking. To Celtic style, and this generally means the inclusion of node such as Celtic knot decorative shield symbol of, wisdom, endurance, strength and power, or node Quartet (the symbol of all things in four. This can be considered to tattoo the warrior himself, however, is most commonly depicted on the shields and armor of the Viking. To the North Viking, you may see similar design, but with the rune symbols. Many of these symbols have great meaning behind it, while others may be more negative and must be worn with caution.