Go behind the scenes of “ The Mist” as the cast and crew talk about the biggest moment from episode 9. Get an inside look at Kevin’s (Morgan Spector) confrontation with himself, and how it will impact him and the group going forward.
When this canvas first got graced by the tattoo god, he was happy. But as time faded, so did every tiny detail in the piece. Now, he’s got a bone to pick with St. Marq!
While he’s berated by one canvas for a tattoo that faded horribly, another angry canvas walks up to St. Marq and shouts about him having to get a cover up. Can the tattoo god catch a break?
This colorful cover up not only completely hides the old tattoo on this fellow, but it gives Robbie sweet, sweet redemption.
Nick D'Angelo's canvas says he got "one thousand times redemption". That's always a good compliment.
Tommy is confident he’s paired with competent and easygoing teammates while April Nicole tries to ignore a hurricane of criticism from the big dogs she’s stuck with.
Portrait day was an absolute slaughterhouse, but in the end the judges decided it was Classic Trilogy Tattoo that didn’t have what it takes to be Master Shop.
The Alliance is in trouble as Allegory Arts struggles with portrait tattoos, Erin’s canvas moans in pain, and Dane’s canvas’ skin goes as red as a tomato with every drop of ink.
Adaptability is tested this week as Dave lets the artists know that they must ink in groups of 4 on the same canvas at the same time. The subject matter? The four horsemen of the apocalypse, of course.
Instead of reeling it in, Erin takes the lead on her team so far that her teammates may not be able to keep up. Christian is convinced his team’s four horsemen tattoos will win hands down.