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Commitment to the Cause.

Posted By Hanumantra Lamar on 1st October 2015

You might not always get what you ask for but more often than not you’ll get what you work for. I hear a lot of people saying that they’d like this tattooed or that tattooed, they want to black out this area or wished they could afford/tolerate/be allowed to have certain areas tattooed. These are all words and count for nothing if they’re not acted upon. So I’m always extremely humbled when people commit their body to me with a mutual vision and trust for the journey of the tattoo. To get these larger pieces┬ádone they require a lot of dedication, a commitment to the cause. I once read somewhere that dedication is doing what you hate like you’re doing what you love. There are times when the thought of a needle in the flesh can turn your stomach let alone at the half way point during a full day session, but pushing through will silence the doubt in your mind.

Below is an insight to how I constructed Davids left leg, thank you for sitting like a warrior during these sessions and coming to me with the perfect attitude and outlook on tattooing and for also making numerous trips from Switzerland, I look forward to working with you again in the future.

Thank you to everyone who has committed to the cause.

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