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morgz100

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Howdy everyone!
 
I've been lurking since March. I found the LST forum when I was planning my back piece. The back piece experience thread and the ladies thread were instrumental in my prepping and planning - I especially appreciate the insights of GingerNinja! So thank you GN and everyone else on this forum!
 
My favorite style of tattooing is blackwork and I look forward to being completely covered someday. I'm starting with places that stay covered at the office and will move on from there!
 
I just finished my back piece Saturday and will probably move on to one of my legs by next winter.
 
This was done by Hira Lupe at First Class Tattoo in NYC.
 
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I'm not putting my butt on the internet so here is a side view:
 
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