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Just a quick intro,

24 years old and have been interested in tattoos since my mid teens. Have been getting tattooed for about 3 years now by Jun Cha. In the process of getting a left arm sleeve, a right arm forearm sleeve and a backpiece from Jun, if anyone knows anything about him you also know that this will probably take me 10-15 years to complete. Love all tattoo styles but have a particular interest in black and grey/chicano style. Have joined the forum to discuss tattoos with like minded people, especially those who have travelled far and wide to get tattoos from artists you love.

Regards

Josh

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Welcome! Are those your first tattoos or do you have others you would care to share? I'm sure you're waiting until your Jun Cha pieces are finished before indulging us :) Enjoy LST!

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Welcome! Are those your first tattoos or do you have others you would care to share? I'm sure you're waiting until your Jun Cha pieces are finished before indulging us :) Enjoy LST!

Hayden,

Jun's pieces are the only ones I have..I followed his progress from my mid to late teens and basically said to myself I'm going to get tattooed by him no matter the time or cost. His super hard to get accepted by and given I live in OZ his also really far away and really expensive comparatively...

So far I'm happy with the process/tattoos and I highly recommend him to anyone interested in B&G..

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Hayden,

Jun's pieces are the only ones I have..I followed his progress from my mid to late teens and basically said to myself I'm going to get tattooed by him no matter the time or cost. His super hard to get accepted by and given I live in OZ his also really far away and really expensive comparatively...

So far I'm happy with the process/tattoos and I highly recommend him to anyone interested in B&G..

Welcome. Respect for your dedication in going to the artist you really want no matter the money or patience required.

Yes, that is inspiring and eye opening reinforcing for me that although I'm ready to move forward maybe other parts of the process are not lined up yet and I need to make sure it's done right, not necessarily done right now.

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Yes, that is inspiring and eye opening reinforcing for me that although I'm ready to move forward maybe other parts of the process are not lined up yet and I need to make sure it's done right, not necessarily done right now.

Abe,

You seem to be on the right track,

Best of luck,

Josh

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