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Aakash Chandani's Message To Aspiring Tattoo Artists, "Always Try To Make Your Own Designs"

Tattoo making is great art, but over the years, it has also become a lucrative market for young artists. With the constant increase in people who are interested in body art, the market has boomed like anything and has invited many young artists. Aakash Chandani is also a brilliant tattoo artist whose been earning recognition as an authentic genius thanks to the shocking realism of his sophisticated tattoos. Active as a tattoo artist since 2012, Aakash has gained a lot of popularity in the last 10 years.

The Studio

Aakash has two tattoo studios in Bhopal. In fact, recently, he opened the biggest tattoo studio in India with an area of over 3800 sq ft. The 4-storey studio is like a dream come true for him. In his 10 years long career, Aakash says that he has learned so much. Talking about his experience and how he deals with clients, he says, "It’s been more than 10 years, and I learned a lot of good and bad things about my work. I always try to learn new styles of tattooing, the main thing I always listen to my client and understand their requirements and then I do the designing part to make their ideas." Thanks to his brilliance, Aakash has got a customer base in the entertainment industry. Celebs like Kirti Kulhari, Stebin Ben, Lakshminarayan Tripathi, Divya Chouksey, Aishwarya Khare, Akshdeep Nath, and many more have got themselves inked from Aakash himself. Aakash Chandani looks at the young and aspiring tattoo artists with great hope and has a lovely message for them. He wants the young artists to focus on originality because that's what takes everyone to places where they can't even imagine going. "Please don’t copy other artists’ work; always try to make your own designs. That’s how you understand yourself. Believe in yourself and do it right," he says. He also has a message for clients who are planning to get inked."Always research about your artist, get a consultation in person so that both can understand each other’s points and always listen to your artist about aftercare and designing part."