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Thought I'd start a picture thread about as I've had yet another. Was only going to have 1, well it is only 1 it's just big. Here's the latest piece of the growing coverage. [ATTACH=CONFIG]318[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]319[/ATTACH] 2 hours of work, another 2 hours book for the end of this month, and so it goes on. :D

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I'm only in Tuesday next week, just looked at my post, missing the vital info. oops. I'll get some up soon as I can after the work. What sort of price do you pay in Sweden? I get special rates as I have so much work, £60.00 per hour but anyone else going to the place I go has to pay £75.00 per hour.

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I'm only in Tuesday next week, just looked at my post, missing the vital info. oops. I'll get some up soon as I can after the work. What sort of price do you pay in Sweden? I get special rates as I have so much work, £60.00 per hour but anyone else going to the place I go has to pay £75.00 per hour.
Thank you Dilatedmind :) I have no idea how much per hour, me and the artist i usually go to discuss the price depending on its size and details and so on. So see the latest one i did on my calf took almost 4 hours and cost 4000kr. Which is like 404GBP according to an online currency converter.

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