|Uploaded:||February 24, 2010|
|Updated:||February 25, 2010|
This is going to be the last installment of cool designs that I drew yesterday. For my third tutorial I will take you on a colorful ride as I teach you “how to draw a cobra tattoo, step by step”. The cobra is a very sought after animal design that has been popular for decades. These snakes are connected to so many pieces of fashion art especially when it comes to motorcycles, skateboards, helmets, and yes, tattoos. The color of blue I used makes the reptile have a distinctive look that can go both ways. Either you get a chill when you look at the design because of the icy color, or your depiction of the color is more of a burning blue shade that comes from the bottom of a flame. The eyes have flames for pupils, and the fangs are drawn to exaggerate the fierceness of the powerful cobra's bite. This would make an excellent tattoo design for a forearm, calf, shoulder, back, or chest. Out of all the snakes I have drawn, this is one of my favorite. I know for a fact that you guys will love this tutorial that teaches you to draw a cobra tattoo step by step. Just think, if you keep practicing your tattoo drawing skills, you will be as good as “Ed Hardy”. If you're wondering who Ed Hardy is, he is a famous vintage tattoo designer that has been around for years. I will be back soon because I still have three more tutorials to upload including the fish that I didn't submit yesterday. Stick around because I bet you will see a character from one of your favorite shows. Peace people, and happy drawing.