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It's mean the tattoo King extraordinaire trying to promote myself hope I'm doing my best at it but I do tattoos always ready to learn and do new things and tattooing and pictures of my work and things will be coming soon

It's mean the tattoo King extraordinaire trying to promote myself hope I'm doing my best at it but I do tattoos always ready to learn and do new things and tattooing and pictures of my work and things will be coming soon

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2,5-DAY-FREEHAND-SESSION !⁣ ⁣ I really love to do freehand pieces!! I’m always trying to do my best and be better then the day before!⁣ ⁣ When you book a full-day session with me, you can be sure to get a pretty large and unique piece! (like this one ⬆️)⁣ ⁣ Im not trying to sell myself on my speed - I want you to choose me for my skills! Both as an artist and my time efficiency!⁣ ⁣ I’m opening up for bookings NOW for when I return to Denmark! Ready to get a new one for your collection send me a DM or email (see bio) and let’s lock it in🤓in the end I see people trying to do new things only if these things are already fully accepted by their community. Creating without the risk of being excluded is not possible. . #kuro #horiokami
Brian contacted me and gave me an idea and said do something. I domt do a whole lot of color, but when I do I truly love it.“I went on a 14 day silent retreat and it was probably the hardest thing I’ve ever done. Towards the end of the two weeks I had what I think I can only describe as an out of body experience during the 4am session. I felt an overwhelming bubble of sadness and guilt literally rise within me but it wasn’t mine I was just experiencing it for someone else, I opened my eyes in floods of soundless tears that also felt not mine. I forgave my mum there and then, and it felt natural that I would stand by her no matter what, no more distancing myself, no more pushing her to get help, I would just be there unconditionally. When I left and came back home my mum told me she had something to tell me. She’d woken up really early in the morning (around 4am) and she said it was then clear what she had to do and why she had to do it. I believe I felt what my mum was feeling. I still don’t know what my mum actually felt that morning but it gave her the power and motivation to change her life.”