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I slipped a disc and had some seriously intense nerve issues last week, but I figured I should learn my limitations and tattoo with an injury (because it's part of the job). Did this little National Forest hiker dude. This is my 7th tattoo, next to my 4th tattoo. Thanks for looking : )post-53528-146168881169_thumb.jpg

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very welcome! thanks for sharing , btw you totally gotta make him dye his leg hair green to look like grass XD fully commit

Haha that's a rad idea. At least for special occasions. It's funny, I just remembered us talking about how he always wears the same socks, so we positioned the tattoos to be at his sock line, since it's always the same.

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