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I came across your forums looking for places to find new tattoo artists for the shop I manage

so Hello /wave

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So in order to post anything new I have to reply to other threads I just really read that over, and that is difficult for me since I myself do not do tattoos, I am the manager of a tattoos shop and I am a professional body piercer. I'll take a look through the forums and see if I can't be helpful in some way

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So in order to post anything new I have to reply to other threads I just really read that over, and that is difficult for me since I myself do not do tattoos,

Then get a tattoo......get a tattooooo...

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Then get a tattoo......get a tattooooo...

I never said I didn't have tattoos, I have 33 tattoos to be specific, I posted this before reading any of the forums and I assumed they would be mostly professional tattooists, and didn't want to offer up amateur opinions.

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Oh, surprised you didn't put that in your intro. Most people share they have tattoos in their introduction after they lurk for a while reading posts to get an idea what the forum is about and if they are interested in the content and signing up.

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I think most of us are just professional tattoo enthusiasts, with a few stellar professional artists kicking around. We show off our latest work and talk about upcoming pieces. So share away!

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I never lurked, I don't lurk, I'm a jump right in kind of person. Also since I'm here on behalf of the shop I work for it's a little different, we're looking for a new artist, so waiting out my 3 days til I can post a help wanted post. I made a bad assumption about these forums since most tattoo forums are filled with tattoo artists and very few enthusiasts, this place seems to be the exception.

So yeah I'm a body piercer, have been for 12 years, in a shop.

I have a Halloween themed sleeve in progress, and a spirit animal portrait sleeve in progress on the other side, I have a mostly Asian themed leg in progress, and a few odds and ends thrown in for good measure.

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