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If you have a prosthetic leg you may want to go with it and do something to jazz it up. You are more than likely used to people staring at it and figure it's time you really give them something to look at. Or, you may feel like you want to let people know a part of your story when they see it. Prosthetic leg tattoos are a great way for you to decorate your prosthetic leg, no matter what your reasoning is for wanting to add to the look of your prosthetic. This article will explain the different types of prosthetic tattoos, as well as give you some ideas on ones you can choose.
How is a prosthetic tattoo put on?
There are a couple different ways you can go about getting a tattoo. This gives you the ability to go with the option you feel is going to work the best for your prosthetic. One popular method is to have the tattoo airbrushed on. Another method is to have the tattoo printed out on a wrap that will be applied to the surface of your prosthetic.
Airbrushing the tattoo - This gives you a permanent tattoo design that offers you bright colors and detailed designs. When it comes to getting the exact look you want, airbrushing is a great way to accomplish it. You can have your prosthetic colored a solid color if you choose, or you can go with a very intricate design. To get a good idea of how an airbrushed tattoo will look once it's on, think about a car or boat that you've seen with airbrushed graphics on them. This is very similar to the results you can expect.
Wrapping the tattoo - If you choose to have the tattoo wrapped on your prosthetic leg, then the tattoo will first be designed, either by hand or on a computer. Then, it will be printed out on vinyl adhesive that will be adhered to the surface of the prosthetic. The result will be a tattoo that has an extremely shiny surface.
Some examples of popular designs to have tattooed include:
Once you decide which method you would prefer, you can come up with a design you feel says what you want it to and begin wearing great artwork wherever you go.