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Here is my latest. Done on Tuesday by Aaron Coleman (Immaculate Tattoo, Mesa AZ).

I asked for a crawling panther plus "whatever, as long as it's fairly traditional". Got a sword and some roses and I am extremely pleased of course.

Done in only 2.25 hours as I mentioned in the 'fastest tattooers' thread.

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Here is my latest. Done on Tuesday by Aaron Coleman (Immaculate Tattoo, Mesa AZ).

I asked for a crawling panther plus "whatever, as long as it's fairly traditional". Got a sword and some roses and I am extremely pleased of course.

Done in only 2.25 hours as I mentioned in the 'fastest tattooers' thread.

Okay, that's it. I'm tired of flip-flopping on this. I'm absolutely getting tattooed by him one of the next times he comes to Tucson.

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I got started on this tattoo by Ron Henry Wells last while he was guesting at Tattoomania in Montreal and we'll finish it at a later date. Sorry for the not great photo, it wraps a bit so it's tough to get a good one. As always, it was a real pleasure to be tattooed by Ron, and the Tattoomania crew were very gracious hosts. I love tattoos. post-3821-146168862374_thumb.jpg

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I got started on this tattoo by Ron Henry Wells last while he was guesting at Tattoomania in Montreal and we'll finish it at a later date. Sorry for the not great photo, it wraps a bit so it's tough to get a good one. As always, it was a real pleasure to be tattooed by Ron, and the Tattoomania crew were very gracious hosts. I love tattoos. [ATTACH]9884[/ATTACH]

Awesome!

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I hope to get down to have it finished in late February, so I'll keep you posted!

Down meaning NH, RI, or NY? Let me know if its NH or RI and we can possibly turn it into a New England LST meetup.

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Down meaning NH, RI, or NY? Let me know if its NH or RI and we can possibly turn it into a New England LST meetup.

Yep, Rhode Island or New Hampshire. Strongly leaning towards Rhode Island at this point for a number of reasons, and me and @Pugilist have talked about including a visit to Boston as part of the trip. No firm plans made yet, mind you. A New England LST meetup would be great.

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Yep, Rhode Island or New Hampshire. Strongly leaning towards Rhode Island at this point for a number of reasons, and me and @Pugilist have talked about including a visit to Boston as part of the trip. No firm plans made yet, mind you. A New England LST meetup would be great.

Nice. I feel like I would have to be a part of this being a Vermonter and all, ha!

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I got started on this tattoo by Ron Henry Wells last while he was guesting at Tattoomania in Montreal and we'll finish it at a later date. Sorry for the not great photo, it wraps a bit so it's tough to get a good one. As always, it was a real pleasure to be tattooed by Ron, and the Tattoomania crew were very gracious hosts. I love tattoos. [ATTACH]9884[/ATTACH]

this looks great man. I am seeing Ron again in February, and am getting pretty pumped for it. That ship looks awesome. I love his nautical themed work.

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Some recent stuff:

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this was my end of the trade with Olivia. We decided to use her birthmark as a nipple. :cool:

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And then this was a medical illustration of a humerus bone. This is actually on a dude who is from the same town that I apprenticed in. It was pretty nuts actually, he told me that he had gotten work done at the shop I was at, and turns out he had a tattoo that I had drawn for my mentor to use. Small world..

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And then this was a medical illustration of a humerus bone. This is actually on a dude who is from the same town that I apprenticed in. It was pretty nuts actually, he told me that he had gotten work done at the shop I was at, and turns out he had a tattoo that I had drawn for my mentor to use. Small world..

Someone's got a secret admirer <3

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