Dragon ball tattoo designs are great fun to sport on your forearms, legs, thighs and shoulders. These tattoos have the standard character of the Dragon Ball with its hair standing on end, eyes wide with amazement and a pose that suggests that it’s forever ready for action.

It can be created with a mix and match of colors which is somewhat like the Polynesian tattoo and it is sure eye-catching and attractive to sport. A great hit with youngsters, these tattoos are known for their intricacy of design and variety of colors applied that make them the choice of thousands of tattoo lovers.

Small Dragon Ball Tattoo

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The Dragon Ball here has posed with a catapult and smirks at the onlooker in his typical style. Done in plain black and positioned on the calf muscles of the right leg, its simple yet attractive.

Dragon Ball Tattoo on Sleeve

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The multi-colored tattoo is created with myriad colors of blue, white, black yellow and red that shows the Dragon Ball getting ready for action, its eyes wide with terror or amazement. A great piece of art, painstakingly done.

Dragon Ball Z Tattoo Idea

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Done in shades of blue, this tattoo depicts the Dragon Ball with blond hair, spiked to perfection and in knee-high boots. Looks great on the inner forearm.

Four Star Dragon Ball Tattoo

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A touch of fiery red that encircles the yellow ball with its four red stars is attractive for sure. The Dragon Balls silhouette holding the pole in black stands out against the canary yellow background.

Dragon Ball Arm Tattoo

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The Dragon Ball as the martial arts expert who strikes the typical karate defensive pose here. Done in blue, red, pink and black, it looks cute with its hair flying and tail sticking out.

Traditional Dragon Ball Tattoo

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This undoubtedly is a grand piece of art. Red, black, blue and green enhance the overall creation and the flower in the forefront are also perfectly done with its details showing appropriately. The typical, time-tested and most popular Dragon Ball tattoo design.

Dragon Ball Tattoo for Men

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Simple but precise black lines dominate this tattoo design and the graffiti-like word printed in the foreground adds to the overall effect. The blue and red combination look aesthetic.

Black Work Dragon Ball Tattoo

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Created in plain black, the toughie in Dragon Ball stands out from his mean look. The flower with its leaves in front is also intricately executed. The spiked hair is the point of central attraction and grabs your attention first. The intricately designed flower with its leaves adds to the overall aesthetics of the design.

Dragon Ball Tattoo on Palm

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This palm tattoo captures the typical I-mean-business look of the Dragon Ball. The touches of blue further accentuate the overall look.

Dragon Ball Leg Tattoo

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Multiple Dragon Balls decorate the right leg and its size is sure to grab attention. Grey, yellow, red, blue and black has been used to create this collage for maximum dramatic effect as is the rose in the center with its 4 red stars. You may also see Unicorn Tattoo Designs

Simple Dragon Ball Tattoo Design

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Half Sleeve Dragon Ball Tattoo

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Dragon Ball Tattoo on Thigh

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Dragon Ball Shoulder Tattoo

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Cool Dragon Ball Tattoo Design

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Dragon Ball Tattoo on Forearm

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Funny Dragon Ball Tattoo Design

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Unique Dragon Ball Z Tattoo

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Awesome Dragon Ball Tattoo

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Watercolor Dragon Ball Tattoo

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Creative Dragon Ball Tattoo

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Dragon Ball designs, like the koi fish tattoo, has caught the imagination of body art lovers, particularly those with a fetish for surreal and the bizarre comic characters. The central character can be portrayed in various forms and poses which make its character come alive. After all, the Dragon Ball means action and all tattoos relating to it must portray that. All it takes is a sense of aesthetics, tattooing expertise and imagination to create design variants that make the end product more and more attractive. Best handled by professionals.

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