Gordo411

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My name is Jordan Lilly, I am a tattooer at Darkstar Tattoo in Westport, Massachusetts. Before I moved to Mass last fall I was tattooing at Classic Tattoo AZ with Shane Jay who really had a profound influence on me. I am so thankful for everything that tattooing has bestowed upon me, I only hope I can do it justice while she will have me. Now to figure out how this whole forum works, in the mean time you can check out my tattoos and paintings on instagram @GORDO_TATTOOER. Feel free to ask me any questions.

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My name is Jordan Lilly' date=' I am a tattooer at Darkstar Tattoo in Westport, Massachusetts. Before I moved to Mass last fall I was tattooing at Classic Tattoo AZ with Shane Jay who really had a profound influence on me. I am so thankful for everything that tattooing has bestowed upon me, I only hope I can do it justice while she will have me. Now to figure out how this whole forum works, in the mean time you can check out my tattoos and paintings on instagram @GORDO_TATTOOER. Feel free to ask me any questions.[/quote']

I followed you on IG, very nice work and welcome!!!

Welcome to LST' date=' some solid work in your gallery there. Digging that rib piece[/quote']

Agreed!! That shit is niiiice!

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