Oriental Fan Tattoo Designs, Meanings, and Ideas
Asian Fan Tattoos
In this article, we will discuss oriental fan tattoo designs and meanings, and you will also have an opportunity to view photos. In the end, we hope that you are able to find ideas and inspiration for your next tattoo project.
Asian Fan Design Considerations
- Asian fans are made out of a variety of different materials like bamboo, turtle shells, bones, and ivory.
- They are made to fold and to stand out and show a panoramic scene when unfolded.
- They often depict Asian characters but they don't have to.
- Many fans have romantic poetry written on them.
- The fan is a symbol of good luck and generosity.
What Do Asian Fans Represent?
The Asian fan tattoo can hold deep symbolic value to those who wear them. They might represent...
- Good Fortune
- Intense emotion
In the end, however, your tattoo represents what you want it to.
Asian Fan Tattoo Designs
One great thing about Asian fan tattoos is the fact that they can be designed in a variety of ways, look great in any size, and can be inked almost anywhere on the body.
- These fans can be combined with any Asian characters or symbols—cherry blossoms, koi fish, or dragons—or as a part of a Ganesha design.
- But really, any other symbol or element can be incorporated. Flowers are a popular choice (the orchid, lotus, or even the rose).
- Many choose to have elaborate scenes depicted on the fan.
- When it comes down to it, you can do a lot with this design. The fun part is decorating the fan.
Make sure that you take the time to view all the photos in this article to get a general idea of what the options are.
There are some important things to remember before you get any tattoo.
Make sure that you take the time to do your research. Make sure that you are completely aware of what your tattoo represents. You don't want to get inked and find out later that it represents something different from what you originally thought.
Don't rush to get inked! Those that get inked on an impulse usually have regrets later on down the road. If you are not sure or having second thoughts, don't get inked! Remember, a tattoo is for life.