If you’ve ever gotten a tattoo, we know that scheduling an appointment can be a small daunting, generally for an in-demand artist. Typically, tattoo artists see several clients a day, and while they competence wish to know a deeper definition behind them, a ideal volume of work customarily prevents them from removing too involved. For many people, artists and clients alike, that’s enough. But not for Ondrej Konupcik, a tattoo artist from a Czech Republic who goes by a name of Ondrash.
Konupcik usually sees one patron per day, that means that nonetheless his watchful list is long, his tattoos are zero brief of perfect.
His watercolor character seems extemporaneous and free, though it’s indeed delicately designed and rendered for any client.
Konupcik has done a name for himself not usually for his talent, though for a low regard he shows his clients, removing to know them and their stories on a personal turn so that he can qualification a tattoo that’s ideally singular and tailored to their history, personality, and style.
It competence seem heated (and it is), though clients are anxious to accept this kind of individualized courtesy and to get something that captures what they unequivocally want.
“He wasn’t confident with my response to his ‘what’s a definition of this tattoo’ doubt since that didn’t give him anything to work with,” one of his clients recalls.
“He indispensable a story behind it… By seeking me to tell him some-more about myself, he was means to collect something that desirous him. It was so opposite from my strange idea…yet he presented me with something even better. How overwhelming is it that he was means to emanate something that we couldn’t even suppose from a difference that we spoke to him?”
“I work on one patron a day so we have adequate time for any person,” Konupcik says.
You also won’t find any peep art (the images that come premade in catalogues) in his studio; all is 100% singular and personal.
To emanate a images, he initial sits down with a patron and discusses a idea, and afterwards draws out a pattern directly onto a client’s body.
That way, he says, a tattoo fits and flows with a singular figure of their body.
You can see most some-more of Konupcik’s work, including his non-tattoo artwork, on his website, as good as on Facebook and Instagram.