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[Music] probably back in like 1992 i was in like the punk rock scene and you know you had to have tattoos like i liked the tattoos i always liked tattoos and i kind of just hooked up with one of my friends brothers he was a tattooer and i just like gravitated towards him and was up his ass every two seconds trying to to tattoo you know and whenever he wasn't looking i'd use his stuff and tattoo myself tattoo my friends and that was it it's funny because like all the first tattoos i did were like lip tattoos head tattoos and tribal and i loved the tribal it seemed like a great way to start you know and throughout my career like i've gone through all different phases and i was always doing black that's what people want like i guess like all my styles have developed through all my clients you know i kind of just do what they want i was just like a walking artist well the tattoo i'm gonna do today i'm covering up a traditional sleeve i'd say 75 maybe even 90 percent is all cover-up it's p...