Shane Solusar Bywaters

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Hi everyone, I'm Shane. I'm not a tattooer but I am a tattoo collector and enthusiast. I only have about 20 tattoos but I have a lot of coverage. I'm working on a full front torso panel right now by Dave Resp. I really love learning about tattoo history and hearing stories. I look forward to learning so much more on here!!!

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I forgot to mention that I love painting for fun. I only paint tattoo related designs right now but it's a ton of fun and very cathartic. I'm always looking for advice on painting! Whether it be about techniques or composition, I can use your help!

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welcome. Love Zack's work, always so good. And Dean's, too

Everyone at that shop is great! I love the art on the walls and the atmosphere as well.

It sure is. I can't wait to finish it, it's been 2.5 years in the making so far. Also thanks for showing me the art thread omeletta! I'll for sure throw some pictures up there as well!

And thanks again for the warm welcome everybody.

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