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Animal tattoos are quite popular among the tattoo fanatics, and one of them which catches attention instantly is Bull tattoo. Bull tattoos, for obvious reasons represent symbols of will, power and strength. Apart from this, such designs are significance of the zodiac and astrological implementation are Taurus. People resort to select Bulls primarily to make a statement and depict their strong personality and a bull headed attitude for the world around them.
Like other animal tattoos, bull inscriptions are drawn in the most realistic way to give the feeling of a strong personality. Artists usually focus on bull's head and eye in a fixed position staring with rage with an evident bold stance with flaring nostrils and furious horns seeming as if they are ready to charge and destroy. While some people have bulls for their strong personality, others prefer to wear a bull after their astrological zodiac sign in the heavens, and serve a comparatively softer purpose. Getting an image of Taurus on their skins mean emotions of compassion along with softer features and overall friendly appearance. Many a times it is seen that bulls are depicted in cartoons with exaggerated characters to display deeper nature of the animal and signifies its role on a woman's canvas. Bull tattoos always serve as the mirror image of a person's true nature, true personality. This means that even if one chooses to go for a bull for their zodiac purpose, it still serves as the uncanny beauty underlying a person. It becomes a symbol coming right out of person's heart.
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- September 29, 2014