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whats on your list of tattoos you want or artists you want to do them?

tattooers what are some pieces ,subject matter or guestspots you would like to do.

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Ya I am in the same boat as Ursula. I want my sleeve done so I can start planning my next big piece. :) As to the what and who. . . I am still looking into that.;)

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Really my only goal is to take any opportunity I can to get tattooed by people I enjoy to be around and do phenomenal work. There are always people I would jump at the opportunity to get tattooed by but in the meantime I have managed to get a pretty good list going just going about my business getting tattooed and just paying attention to who is around what week and dropping into shops when I am visiting a city.

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Almost don't want to jinx em by talking about them. Is that weird..?

And if you do say what you want some dick will see that, think it's a good idea and go get it done... i've even had so called friends pull that shit...

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my main wish is to finally get my knees done!

I've also had ideas for my knees for a while now! Wanna do it, though not especially looking forward to it.

My main goal is to use the big spaces I have left for big tattoos. Sounds obvious, but I've been terrible at "planning" so there's my wishlist. My back (oh, the great "one day" space) I'm pretty set on getting a big icon, which I know others have and others will continue to get, but yeah, wish list that bad boy, too.

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you can't tell everyone your secrets, i hate facebook. I would never get tattooed by someone because they are known,that's the same as star fucking.

secrets are for keeping, I dont have facebook do you? i would liken star fucking to bragging rights or puttin it to the man so to speak

is it a secret what kind of work you want to do now or who you would like to work with?

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my artist wish list right now is Erik Von Bartholomaus, Tomas Garcia and Robert Ryan, I want all of um to do thigh pieces- got a great idea but not posting it online

I take it you own the Telos Tarot deck?

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