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Hello there,

I am new to this forum. Previously I was a member of another tattoo forum that has all but disappeared so I decided to look for a new one and found this one through a google search.

I have a few tattoos, always wanting more. Planning to get a full underwater sleeve started shortly with Rob Hope, very excited for that!

Looking forward to checking out more of the forum!

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Ok :)

This one is on my inner calf, done by Benjamin Moss of Apocalypse Tattoo, I hope to cover this one up some day. It has faded a lot and I am not really all that happy with how it turned out.


Armband that I designed, tattooed by Rob Hope. One of my earlier tattoos. I wouldn't design my own again.

Inside arm


Outside arm


Spider on the back of my neck, also by Benjamin Moss


Tarantula cover up by Clint Danroth of Dutchman tattoos at the time, was a cover up of a crappy black widow


Sharks on my chest, smiling and unsmiling. Also by Clint Danroth


Pirate ship on my other inner calf, by Chad Woodley, I think he was at Sacred Heart at the time, best pic I have of it right now.


Toodles pirate on foot, done by Adam Sky. (Toodles is the mascot from the site Tattoodles)


Anchor on other foot, also done by Adam Sky


Chameleon on back of calf, by Nomi Chi of Adorned


I think that's all of them.

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