More ink

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Strange how a place grows on you, while taking care of business, doing what an apprentice does,
at a tattooshop. Days can be long and turn into nights, sometimes backbreaking but always rewarding when a client steps out the door with a smile on his / her face.

I've learned a great deal -and i'm still learning- about this fine craft watching Joe Dynamite and my colleagues at work. Our guest artists also provided new insights and fresh idea's. 

A big thank you to the Glorybound crew and my clients.

Btw, if you asked me what's up with my comic
books : i've got a book project planned for 2017. More about that later : )

Looking forward to 2016 : more knowledge, more ink !