Omar

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Hi there,

A few things about myself: 26 years old dude, living and working in Belgium. I've always been fascinated by tattoos but only realized some 6 months ago that it's actually an option to get one (or more :)) myself. So I've been diving into artists portfolio's like crazy and trying to read whatever I could get my hands (or mouse) on about tattoos.

I'm currently in the process of getting an appointment with Victor Portugal in Krakau to cover my lower left leg. Although I'll have to wait until september 2015, I'm already excited. Since 2,5 years is pretty long, I'm currently deciding if I would get another one before that.

Anyway, I'm really happy I found this forum. It's not always easy to filter through the massive amount of (largely useless) info that's out there. I'm thankful that you guys are willing to share your insights.

Well, that's it. If you got any questions, shoot.

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