Tattoos - Where to Put Them
Before you rush out and get a tattoo added, there are a number of issues you should consider.
1. Visibility - do you want your tattoo to be hidden or very visible. Consider the kind of clothes you wear and weather the tattoo will be covered or partially covered.
2. Size - How prominent do you want your tattoo to be. Dpo you want something small and subtle or a much larger one that will make a statement.
3. Placement - think carefully about which part of your body to tattoo. If you want something small, it will get lost if you put it on your back and maybe will be better suited to the inside of your wrist.
4.Direction - you even need to consider which way your tattoo should be facing. Do you want to see the design facing you, or rather that it will face out to others.
Think about all these issues. Talk it through with a reputable tattoo artist and don't rush your decision.
The arrow tattoos are thought to have originated as a sign of respect for the original Airbenders, the Sky Bison. An Airbender earns his or her arrow tattoos by mastering all 36 tiers of Airbending, or by mastering 35 and creating a new Airbending technique. Aang earned his by inventing the technique he calls the "Air Scooter".