Originally Posted by ArrizX
This would look ok on the wide part of the back of your calf. I think that's about it. Circular tattoos don't fit well in many places I find. My favourite style is to have a tattoo custom fitted to the exact location you want to put it whether it means taking measurements before or simply free hand drawing it on the spot and tattooing right after.
Another reason I recommend getting a tattoo that is more form fitted to your preferred tattoo location is that it will present itself as being more personal rather than just a "stamp" looking mark on your body that could have been placed anywhere.
My first concern with your choices is that they are not at all original. That's not necessarily a bad thing but I think you will more pleased knowing that you have a unique tattoo that you won't find on anyone else. You also gain much more respect from those who see it too. Zodiac signs, and celtic designs are two styles of tattoos that fall into the usual categories that people get along with others such as tribal, flowers, japanese symbols/coy fish, butterflies,etc.
If you're going to go with a Norwegian symbol, do your research, get to know what they involve in looks and draw one on your own. You can always get someone to clean it up for you later. Go through a number of trials until you come up with something you like then pin it up in a spot where you will see it every day and seriously...leave it for a while (a month at least). If you can still look at it every day and comfortably visualize it on your body after that time has passed then there's a good chance you will never regret having it tattooed on yourself.
And one last thing once you're passed everything I said above. Shop around amongst tattoo artists! This is very important and it could mean the difference between a good tattoo and a bad tattoo!! Find someone who is comfortable tattooing what you have chosen and ask to see their portfolios. Specifically look for similar tattoos or tattoo techniques in their previous works that reflect what you want to see on yourself. Always remember that just because someone recommends an artist who did a good job on a tattoo on them or someone they know it doesn't mean that this artist will be suitable for you. So of course be critical of who you choose to go with.