Anisha Singh - Piercing Artist
The Tattoo Udaipur Artist
The Udaipur First Lady Tattoo Artist
He loves giving the people a memory of a lifetime by inking them. He loves any and every kind of work. Just come along to share this amazing experience with Rajveer Singh.I completely enjoy the art of tattooing and especially the freedom of expression that it brings. I feel that life is too precious to be wasting in a career that does not bring me personal satisfaction nor lets me be who I want to be .
Rajveer Singh is a well-known tattoo artist based in Udaipur. He is master in Traditional Style Tattoo Art with a feminine touch that works just as well on skin as it does on canvas. Rajveer is one of the most famous tattoo artists in Udaipur and proprietor of Ink Rider Tattoo Studio having over 10 years of experience to the table. He has been tattooing for over a decade.
He is mastered in his own unique, classic, traditional and lovely style. So if you are in Udaipur and dying to get inked, check out Ink Rider Tattoo Studio. His work features strong lines and bold colors, all with distinct quirks. Whether in black and gray or in color, his tattooing work is always remarkable.
Hi, I am Rajveer Singh. I am a Tattoo Artist from Udaipur. For about 6 years. I started out by getting all the equipment I needed and doing free tattoos for friends, talking to different people who have experience, talking to people on the internet and trying to improve my tattoos. My greatest inspirations come from working with people as I want to make their dream tattoo become a reality. Eventually I got work in a studio, not the best one, but the only place I could work without experience. There I got to meet people and afterwards I was more confident. Now I have own tattoo studio (Ink Rider Tattoo & Art Studio) in Udaipur. I am very creative. I love my work. I have a steady hand. I am dedicated about my work. Tattooing is my passion. I love tattooing different styles
I learned to tattoo around only male tattooers. For me, it wasn't difficult at all but I think I was surrounded by more enlightened men than other women were. I definitely came across more primitive male tattooers, who had a very different attitude towards women tattooing, but fortunately for me, they didn't affect or influence my career.
They were more of a relic and something to just laugh about… I definitely think there will always be differences between genders in a workplace and tattooing is no different… Women have just diversified things, as any situation would be with more variables and options.
It's hard to pinpoint what exactly they've done though. I could say, 'They've made it softer and more accessible to the general public,' but there are hard and difficult women out there.
I could say, 'They've brought a femininity into the industry,' but what about all the women out there who don't consider themselves to be particularly feminine?" The advice I would give to a woman who wants to get into tattooing would be the same as to a man: Respect is earned.