First draw a shape of a regular looking heart like you see here and then draw a small vertical in between the two circles at the top.
You will now start drawing out the tribal design aspect of this tribal heart tattoo. Here you can choose to make your own design, or you can follow the steps in red and then move to the next and last drawing step when you are done here.
You can now fill in the tribal lining inside of the heart. Only draw designs in the three different shaped hearts that you see here. Once that is done you can draw a stand for the heart and then start erasing all the guidelines and shapes that you dr
Here is what your drawing looks like when you are done learning "how to draw a tribal tattoo step by step". Color it in and you are now done.
December 3, 2009
Here is a good lesson that is easy as well as nice. Tribal tattoo designs have been getting more and more popular as time passes. One thing I noticed, the more I draw tribal designs, the more I get better at it. Now, I haven't drawn any tribal art in a long while so what I wanted to do is start simple, and then move to the next level in the future. I will start by showing you ""<strong>how to draw a tribal tattoo</strong>", step by step”. The tribal design that I drew is of a heart, and I think that it came out really nice and clean looking. Most importantly, it is going to be incredibly easy to replicate when you follow the steps and read the detailed instructions. There really is nothing to drawing a tribal heart because all you really have to do is draw out the shape of a heart, and then draw in the tribal art in the middle of the shape. You can then erase patches of the heart shape to make it look more like tribal tattoo art. I can totally see this design inked on someones skin especially on the back, shoulder, or leg calf. The great thing about tribal tattoos is that, you can choose the have the ink any color you want making the tattoo look more unique and vivid. I have a friend that has a small cluster of butterflies tattooed on her ankle and some of the butterflies are purple. When I seen that, I was like “wow, cool colors”. I think whenever you use a color for your design that is out of the ordinary, the tattoo seems to stand out more and looks more intriguing. Anyways, I have a bunch of tutorials that I still have to submit. Meet me here again later, or come back tomorrow when you are fully rested, and ready to learn “<em>how to draw a tribal tattoo</em>”. Peace out people and happy drawing!