|Uploaded:||April 1, 2009|
|Updated:||October 14, 2010|
I hope the last tutorial was awesome for you guys because I had a lot of fun showing you how to draw tribal skull art. Like I said in the previous description, I am going to be uploading some cool tribal art designs today because I know there is a few members that requested that I do more lessons on tribal art designs. So that is what I am doing today. I know that some of you like the new changes that I have made to the sites layout, and believe me there are more changes on the way. Let’s get back to what this lesson is going to be on shall we? I want to do a quick recap on the tribal designs that I have already submitted. So far I did a lesson on tribal dragon art and tribal skull art. I know that both will be loved and so will this next tutorial on how to draw tribal tiger art step by step. Tigers are animals that have been used as a main character for tattoos (mainly on men). All the big cats are probably the most popular out of all pets and animals to be gunned on the skin of the tattooed. Both my cousins have a black panther on their shoulders and my uncle has one on his back. All three tats are different but similar in a lot of ways. This is probably one of my favorite out of the tattoo tribal art that I drew over the past three days because it incorporates the tigers face so nicely. The only reason why I added color is so that you could see what the design looks like with added color instead of all black and white. It is now time for you to start learning how to draw tribal tiger art step by step. I hope that maybe one day, these designs will be used as tattoos for any individual that is looking to get new body art. I will be back in a bit with one more lesson so stay tuned until my return. Peace out peeps.