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Hey guys, my name's Ye and I just graduated from university (undergrad) a couple of months ago.

I've currently got 4 tattoos on the underside of my left fore-arm but I plan to get a full-length sleeve on my right arm within this year.

It's something I've been looking forward to but I'm taking a rather steady and clincal-ish approach as this is something I would like to proudly display and after-all, "regret is unprofessional" - M

I'm looking forward to enjoying my time spent in this forum, see you guys around.

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Hello! I took the same approach finding an artist. It took me a couple years, but now I can go to my appointment completely confident. Wouldn't have taken so long if I had just started in New Orleans before looking in Mobile, but hopefully worth it! Good luck finding your artist.

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