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Agreed with the above - very nice work. That said, the skills demonstrated on IG indicate the ability to do other styles as well. I'd feel pretty comfortable with this artist providing me with work that will be gorgeous/badass and stand the test of time.

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Thank you! I'm so glad to hear that, seems like Im getting some tattoos soon ;)

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Thank you! I'm so glad to hear that, seems like Im getting some tattoos soon ;)

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https://www.instagram.com/mrmauro81/

another one from the same shop

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https://www.instagram.com/mrmauro81/

another one from the same shop

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Hi All,

What are some problems in which you had faced when you were in your early stages of becoming a tattoo artist?

e.g. Getting clients to practice on, practicing on paper vs skin, etc.

Thank you for your help in advance.

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Hi All,

What are some problems in which you had faced when you were in your early stages of becoming a tattoo artist?

e.g. Getting clients to practice on, practicing on paper vs skin, etc.

Thank you for your help in advance.

Hello Zhalong, please do not revive dead threads (as I am doing right now). Your examples are correct re myself as it's normal for clients to be scared of a artist that is not well known or has not had a lot of practice on actual humans. Practising on paper is okay but its much better to practice on a real person as its the texture, colour, resistance and curvature that effects the outcome.

Hope this is of help.

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