Arrow tattoos were originally based on Native American tribal life, hundreds of years ago. The arrow represented an essential tool in hunter-gatherer communities, serving as a weapon in hunting and in war. Though a simple design, this symbol is extremely
Shifting (by Corinne Alexandra) Finally got around to taking a full picture of this! All shading and details are made up of stippling (dots) and lines. See a close detail here! Hand drawn on sketch paper with Staedtler pigment liners
Theese are NOT viking runes. They are an older Rune alphabet, from around year 500 and earlier. They are called the elder futhark. The viking Rune alphabets have usually only 16 runes and there are several different alphabets from that time.