i felt extremely uncomfortable when i walked in, noone really said anything to me for awhile.
finally talked to Eric, he wasn't very welcoming and was just eager to know how much money i wanted to spend. it was not only his fault but my fault as well that i rushed in the chair and started getting work done before we really discussed in detail what i wanted. he had only seen one pic of what i wanted via my phone and i was anxious to get a tattoo i got when i was younger covered up
long story short, i was in the chair for approx 40mins and that includes freehand stencling and about 1/3 of my half sleeve done. i called a few days later to get more work done and he seemed like he did the $200 worth of ink i had already given him. so he wanted more money. i was in the chair actually getting "Tattoo'd" for maybe 20-25mins. i've been all around the world. recieved tattoos in Japan and Germany and i don't know anyone who worth $200+ an hour.
we are in really bad times right now and i feel people, especially now should get what they pay for. simply put, this guy is a good artist but you might have to give him a kidney to get your work finished.
Pros: excellence artist (portfolio wise)
Cons: very very expensive