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Hello All! I come here hailing from Albuquerque New Mexico. I was a tattoo virgin about 2 years ago and since I've been addicted! I have about 40 hours under the needle thus far and looking to get a few more tattoos and hopefully that'll be it (maybe not though, I've become obsessed)!

I've traveled cross country and willing to go anywhere throughout the world to seek out an artist (I love traveling as well). I hope all is well and take care - Mike

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Brock - Will do. Got my piece worked on about 2 weeks ago and still have a bit of scabbing. I'll post some when my gf swings by.

Graeme - I've had work done by Kore Flatmo and Caesar from Caesar Tattoo in NYC (I will travel anywhere to get work done). Marie Sena does arguably the best traditional tattoo work in the area. I like her work! But unfortunately, I like other styles more.

Forgot to add in the earlier post that I am 28 yrs old.

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