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Hello everyone!

I just joined LST and wanted to say hey. I've become kind of obsessed with tattoes and want to learn as much as possible about it and especially about interesting tattoo artists. I didn't realize how important a good tattoo artist is so my first tattoo was a rather small and maybe generic geometric figure...which I have a half a mind to cover up sometimes in the future.

For now, I want to have a really badass lion on my side and towards the pecs a bit. I live in Romania and really suggesting a guy from OSLO is most likely unaffordable for me but i hope you guys can give me a few advice how to go around looking for someone good within my price rage :)

Thaks for reading and happy to be here!

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I have seen many great looking pieces of work from Eastern Europe. I'm terrible with remembering names and countries, but just do some searching (maybe try searching the site with country names).

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