He was a massive influence on me when I was learning to tattoo. A lot of people I tattoo love his work but there’s nothing even close to that here except me. I’m trying to develop my own style after being influenced by him. And a handful of another artist similar to him And it’s been a fun process. I have an Awesome Lowe’s Guy Knows Everything If He Doesn’t Know Shirt. He and Borbas made me love tattoos, especially blackwork and just their overall quality. I’m super judgemental about quality because I’m so biased by how good they are. Well at least you understand why I hate all my shit then, I’m constantly comparing myself to them and it probably isn’t healthy. They’ve also been tattooing 10-13 years longer than me so I guess I’ve got some time.
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