Everyone knows and loves Star Wars. The only people who do not love Star Wars are the people who have not seen it. It revolutionized how we think about cinema and it has changed multiple generations forever. Its characters are memorable․ Its story is fun and dark and the action sequences will never be forgotten. In addition, because there is so much to love, there is so much choice. What better to give you inspiration for your first or next tattoo?
What sort of Star Wars tattoo should you choose?
Once you have decided that you want to invest in a Star Wars tattoo, the next question is: what exactly should you get? You may have seen other men with Star Wars tattoos. Darth Vader is a very popular choice, as is Han Solo (the epitome of masculinity). Getting a picture of your favorite character, therefore, is a great choice, although perhaps an obvious one. If you want to stand out a little more, however, you might want to consider getting something that you have not seen before.
Perhaps getting one of the lesser known characters – perhaps Wedge Antilles. Considered possibly one of the coolest characters in the entire universe, and essential to the plot that eventually overthrew Vader – is a better idea. What about some of the ships or weapons that were used? They have timeless designs that everyone will recognize and love instantly. Try to think a little outside the box and perhaps combine scenes, characters and props to make your own little part of the extended universe, capturing it forever in tattoo form.
Why get a this tattoo if you are a man?
If you are a man and you are looking for the perfect tattoo, Star Wars is the right choice for you. You will find that a lot of other men have had the same idea – a lot of men are interested in Star Wars, and who wouldn’t be? It’s awesome! – which means that you are in good company. It also does not make it look as though you are trying too hard to look masculine, like it might if you went for one of the more typical “bad boy” tattoos which, let’s face it, make you look not such much a hard “man” as a bad “boy”.