JustDave

Finally took the plunge.

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Hi all.

Pretty sure you can guess my name, but just in case.......

I am Dave, currently in Nottingham UK.

Signed up here ages ago, but for some reason never got around to posting.

Got my first tattoo over 20 years ago (rubbish), then started getting ink again around 3 - 4 years ago.

Have got work from Gray Silva and Rachael Huntington both @ Rampant Ink Nottingham, Yayzus @ Voodoo Boston Lincolnshire, Mark Boyle @ Nothing Sacred tattoo Stockton-on-Tees and my most recent piece by Ben "Mr. Benjamin" Stone @ Lifetime Derby.

Always on the lookout for new artists to add to my collection as time and $$$ allows.

Hope to contribute instead of lurking now.

Cheers.

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Thanks for the warm welcome guys and gals. I promise to try and contribute plenty to the forum. In fact it is nice to see a forum that is quite lively.

If you are around any other places I usually use the same username, but occasionally go by TDK, if JustDave is taken.

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