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Hey guys! I go by JSkellyy. I've been interested in tattoos ever since I was a kid, due to my father serving in the Marine Corps. While serving he got several tattoos which I always thought looked awesome! I have a couple tattoos of my own. I have some script on my chest, and I've recently started what I plan to be a full sleeve.

Here are some pictures. I know the script isn't great, but it was my first tattoo from when I had just turned 18, and I didn't look into the artist. I'm curious to hear thoughts on the start of my sleeve. It's just line work for now, but I go back in two weeks for color, and my artist and I discussed it being very colorful. Let me know what you think on it!

I can't get the twitter picture to insert into and IMG tag btw, sorry guys!

https://twitter.com/J_Skellyy/status/380861279755190272

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He doesn't have an instagram or formal site, but here's a link to his facebook where he quite often posts his work. The reason we decided to stop, was so we could have more time to brainstorm colors, and the shop was closing up too. I think it'll end up working out way better doing it in two sessions anyway.

https://www.facebook.com/TKMuffin?fref=ts

Here are some highlights of work though.

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