Paul Tredrea

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Hi all,

I am new to LST. I thought I would introduce myself. My name is Paul. I absolutely love everything about tattoos, and look forward to learning new things on this forum. I am an avid blogger with interests in tattoo care and maintenance. My half sleeve tattoo is currently in process, and I look forward to sharing it with you all when it is competed.

See you out there!


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Welcome! What are you getting and who is doing it?

I have a lotus flower/root chakras on my elbow with tree roots coming out of the sides of the flower. There's another lotus flower/crown chakras on my shoulder with a tree up my arm connecting them. I have one session left to complete the tree and some detail on the flowers. I have to say, I can see how some people become addicted to tattoos lol. I love the feeling of a new tattoo afterwards. It gives me a strong sense of pride and confidence.

It's being done at speakeasy custom tattoo in Chicago by Patrick Cornolo. He does amazing work and the shop has a great atmosphere. I totally recommend it.


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