Whether you just want a nice thigh tattoo design, or some very original leg tattoos, you'll look for them the same way. The bad part is that only 5% of people know how to look for galleries that actually have tons of high quality artwork. The rest of you will use the exact same method,which will drag you to so many generic laced galleries that your head will spin. Fixing this is pretty darn easy, though. The first thing we need to take a look at is how you normally look for thigh tattoo artwork, or leg tattoos in general. Are you by any chance relying on a search engine? I jumped to that conclusion because over 90% of the population goes right over to one when they want lists of artwork galleries. This is a a huge mistake, though. They just aren't reliable, at all. They rarely include the better and larger galleries in those lists. It doesn't matter what style you're looking for. If you want a generic thigh tattoo, or if you want to see thousands of cookie cutter leg tattoos, you can keep using them. That's all you'll find, though. If you "don't" want to sift through hoards of generic junk, you'll have to change how you look for artwork. Best of all, it's so darn easy to do. All that you need are big forums. That's it. With the help of their archives and their topics search tool, a whole new world of thigh tattoo designs and leg tattoos can be opened up. Long story short, it's your tried and true way to uncover so many of the amazing artwork galleries you've been missing out on. All you have to do is jump into the archives and use that search tool. This will pull up all kinds of topics about tattoo artwork. Hundreds of them should come up. Just jump in, get comfortable and have a bit of fun scanning through some of them. You will run into all kinds of information, including a whole lot of names and links of the great artwork sites other people have been lucky enough to find. It's your path to high quality thigh tattoo designs and leg tattoos that were made by real artists. Once you see "real" artwork, you'll never look at generic designs the same way.