Achieve letters pretty for tattoos is not that difficult in these times when almost everyone has a computer to search for information. However, with so many options it is also difficult to decide on one.
In this article we have prepared you two of the most beautiful fonts to draw inspiration from for your next tattoo depending on whether they are for smaller and more delicate designs or larger and more striking.
Italic: light and elegant as a cloud
Fortunately, finer and more elegant lettering is no longer a problem like it used to, now that tattoo machines with finer needles have been invented that allow designs with very thin lines.
Among the most popular sources for these more delicate and discreet tattoos we have italics, a style that looks great and very elegant but it does not withstand the passage of time very well, since it can disappear more easily due to the thinness of its lines.
The good thing about italics? What can mimic handwritten lettering, so the final effect can have the balance of a computer-written font and the personality of a handwritten text.
Gothic Lettering: Striking Tradition
The pretty letters for tattoos can not only be light and beautiful, but we can get more striking and equally beautiful designs for our skin. This is the case of the gothic letter, perfect for those who want a striking design.
This font, in fact, has a lot of history, since it has been in use since 1150. It is a writing with thick letters and edges. It evolved from another source, Carolingian, when in the XNUMXth century it became necessary to find another type of font that was faster to write and read in order to continue with the production of books, which were increasingly in demand.
Do you have a tattoo inspired by these sources? What do you like the most, that they are discreet or that they stand out? Let us know in a comment!