Tattoo fonts can be used to preview and decide your text-based tattoos. Pure text tattoos become more and more trendy these days since more and more people choose words, names, short quotes and meaningful sayings to express themselves through their tattoos.
If you have already decided what to tattoo on your body, the next important thing is to decide what kind of lettering style you would like to use for your tattoo. Nobody would like their tattoo looks dull and unattractive, so you should do some research and choose your tattoo font or a tattoo lettering style that will give more color and personality. The most popular fonts for tattoos are script fonts, which usually look personal and unique, such as calligraphy and handwriting. Old English fonts are also used a lot in tattoo designs because they have a distinguished look and evoke some medieval atmosphere. Other popular fonts used in tattoos include: Celtic fonts, graffiti fonts, blade fonts etc. One font we like is Tattoo Girl designed by Otto Maurer as shown in the image below.
If you do not like any font, you can always ask the experienced tattoo artist to do freestyle for you, which is a one-of-a-kind design by tattoo artists. But why not take a few seconds and check out the tattoo design tool below first? All the fonts were hand-picked and we make sure to include as many different styles as possible.
Create Text Graphics with Tattoo Fonts
The following tool will convert your text into graphics using tattoo fonts. Simply enter your text, select a color and text effect, and hit GENERATE button. You can then save the image, or use the EMBED button to get image links. If you are not satisfied with the result, you may want to use our image tools to modify the image.