This is the Celtic tattoo photograph section.

Also see pictures of Celtic tattoos section.

Design to Celt.

It is more difficult for a tattoo artist to reproduce the required  design from a photo but any good tattooist shouldn't have too much trouble from these photographs as most are clear and in color. Taking a trace may be difficult especially if the photo is taken from an angle as the perspective will be all wrong so at least some hand drawing will be needed so be sure to check the other categories such as artwork, tribal or symbols as the same or very similar should be there.


 
Gallery 1 Celtic photos 1-12.

Many Celtic designs are based around an interwoven knot or weave these are no exception.

Gallery 2 pictures 13-24.

Animals are often incorporated into the designs usually as the "end" of the rope in the knot.

Gallery 3 pictures 25-36.

Butterflies always sneak in to the picture where tattoos are concerned, even here.

Gallery 4 pictures 37-48.

In this section you can find a frog sat on a cetlic pattern and a fish in an ouroboros pose.

Gallery 5 pictures 49-60.

Celtic tats can turn up anywhere even on top of one guy's head - see inside.

Gallery 6 pictures 61-72.

Popular locations for Celtic designs are armband or bicep and lower back.

Gallery 7 pictures 73-84.

Dragons are a very powerful Celtic symbol and appear in traditional images.

Gallery 8 pictures 85-96.

Twelve more pictures to inspire you.

Gallery 9 pictures 97-108.

One photo here is imitating the top band of a pair of stockings.

Gallery 10 pictures 109-120.

Celtic crosses are a popular design but most of them can be found in the cross photo section.