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2 hours ago, Boiled Dove said:

Hey all, been gone for a while, hope everyone is well. 

I have time scheduled with Chad Koeplinger in about a month to do my chest. This is probably gonna be my first multi session tattoo. 

Just breezed through the new tattoo pics, y'all age getting some great shit out there. 



Hey. Glad you're back. Look forward to seeing your Koeplinger work!

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Well, it's been almost a year so now I'm excited to have booked my next piece while on vacation in Austin a month from now! I'm in with Jon Sproul at Moon Tattoo and he's going to be filling in the last remaining spot on my leg, so (once reasonably healed) I'll be posting in both the Latest Tattoo Lowdown and the Squidpants threads. 

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On 11/15/2019 at 5:47 PM, Baboom said:

Freddy Corbin in February. It’s been a while since I logged on.

not to worry! the LST community has been here to let people know that their new tattoos look fine, they just need to give it time to heal, and that they're not going to die.

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