Frank’s canvas was so scarred by that horrible baboon tattoo he never got tattooed again. Luckily, this gorgeous Capricorn tattoo gets him excited about ink again – all because of Frank.
Sure, all of these human canvases are screaming in anger while confronting their artists, but how many suddenly burst into tears right after? Just Duffy Fortner’s.
Not only did Miami impress his canvas with his coverup, but he pleasantly surprised himself as well.
Gian takes a clever route to make sure his tape design’s lines are on point – and it blows the other artists away. Mike befriends the ladies of the group and gets a few pointers from them.
The judges look for contrast as they nitpick ever piece of tape stuck to the plexiglass canvases. Ryan draws big praise while Nate leaves the judges unimpressed.
The artists from Team Peck are given only rolls of brown packing tape and a plexiglass canvas as they are tasked with having to create high-contrast images in five hours.
Sirvone struggles with a squirmy canvas as he tries to ink his watercolor tattoo. Chris and Oliver make some early predictions about Tito and Kevin as the final hour draws upon them.
Team Nuñez comes off a brutal flash challenge and jumps headfirst into a watercolor elimination tattoo. As the inking begins, Boneface tells Sketchy that Kevin’s skull picks deliberately “blessed” the ladies.
Check out the artists' elimination tattoos from this week's episode. Then, tune in to new episodes of Ink Master Tuesdays at 10/9c on SPIKE.
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