Nic PrettyInk

Greetings from the Far East

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Hi everyone. Been a lurker on here for some time but I thought I should do the polite and actually make my presence known.

My name is Nic and I live in Hong Kong. Been tattooing for about 5 years. Started late... didn't get tattooed until I was 30, and made my first tattoo at the age of 32. Hong Kong is rather small, and access to tattoo knowledge is limited, so I try to whenever I can to visit overseas to get tattooed by tattooers I admire and learn through observation/asking questions.

I also try to attend conventions within the Asian region, since it's more financially feasible, and it's allowed me to make friends with fine folks from all over the world.

I take pride in my city and enjoy showing people around, so if any of you ever happens to pass through Hong Kong, do give me a shout!

Hope this introduction is OK. Nice to meet y'all!

best regards,

Nic

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