DennisSmyth

Hello from Horsham, Pa (North of Philly)

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Hello all, my name is Dennis Smyth, I am 27 and have been green around the horns for the past 5 years. Looking to become a more well rounded tattooist from the insight and experience on this forum. I am always interested in any trading of flash or artwork from whomever has time to make it, cheers.

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Thank you for the welcomes! I tattoo at shop called Tattoo Alley. The address is 228 Horsham Rd. Horsham, Pa 19044. The website is TATTOO ALLEY. I am excited to contribute to the discussions on the site as well as extend my sphere of influence from some of the knowledgeable artists and collectors here! I have uploaded some pictures of my work and art, I hope you all enjoy

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