A dad with his entire skin covered in tattoos showed what he looked like at the very start of his journey.
Remy has already spent over £75,000 on his inkings – with intimate areas including his butt tattooed.
Around 96% of his skin has been inked with the former chef currently working on a "never seen before" design.
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With him showing every step of his journey on Instagram, Remy has garnered over 215,000 followers online.
Now as the Canadian shows no signs of stopping anytime soon, he decided to show a throwback on his page.
One photo shows a fresh-faced Remy in 2016 where he's sporting a rocker hairstyle with a shaved side and long fringe.
He's also wearing sunglasses and has fewer tattoos on his face than what you see today.
As for his body suit, Remy is yet to cover his arms and chest area in blackwork.
Instead, he's got red and black designs with smaller tattoos on display.
Another photo shows him in 2015 where he's posing with his wife.
The long shot even gave fans a glimpse of his legs which are barely inked, whereas today it's covered in black tattoos.
Now over on his recent Instagram posts, the dad is completely bald with a huge tattoo design over his scalp.
He's even more muscular as he previously opened up about his gym journey to his fans.
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Also his arms and legs are more covered, whereas his chest area is black and red in a different design from his past self.
Remy doesn't plan on stopping his ink journey anytime soon, instead he's already began tattooing parts for a 20th time.
Recently, he got an extreme tattoo and said his skin is "limitless".
He shared a series of snaps, including one of his face and neck.
Another photo is a close-up of his ears and chin area.
Remy has inked his chest for a few years and lately he's been working on a red design over the blackwork.
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