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Describe your apprenticeship. * I apprenticed in Charleston Illinois, where I was an art student. I learned a lot of cleaning tips and the fundamentals of tattooing. I was reliant on a lot of trusting friends to help me figure it out on skin. What made you want to be a tattoo artist? * I was always interested in tattoos since I watched an episode of "The X-files" that featured "The Enigma.” I remember thinking to myself that that was the coolest man alive. What really turned my mind to doing them would be my high school art teacher who told me that it was something that she felt I would excel at. Do you do guest spots? If so, what do you enjoy about them? * I have done guest spots, I feel that they are a great way to expand your knowledge of the craft by working with people that you normally don't get to see tattoo, allowing you to ask questions and pick up tips and tricks you normally wouldn't have thought of on your own. What is your favorite type of tattoo art? * My favorite type of tattooing is color realism. It’s a unique challenge every time. It’s always something new that keeps me on my toes.
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