After a heartfelt apology, Ashley convinces her canvas to give her another chance; giving her some time to whip up a creative stencil for a new tattoo design.
When a panic attack struck Katherine as she was being tattooed by four artists at once with cheetah print, artists like Chris Blinston brushed it off as just drama. Time to pay the piper, Chris.
With all four of the culpable artists on the scene, the cheetah girl is ready to chew someone out for the past – and this time her husbands with her. Roar.
Picasso gears up to prove to the judges that he does in fact have superior technical ability. Cleen thinks that Christian is trying to camouflage shoddy line work in his fingerprint tattoo.
The fingerprint tattoos get a first look by the judges, but also a heavy critique by the forensics analyst who reveals which replicas match the original fingerprints, and which fell short.
With Sausage calling the shots, the artists focus all of their creativity on transforming their human canvases into superheroes with imaginative tattoos.
St. Marq still goes balls to the wall and tattoos a bold superhero tattoo while Alex is hoping he has the self-proclaimed Tattoo God beat at last.
The ultimate test of detail resumes as the judges and the forensics analyst continue their analysis of the artists’ fingerprint tattoos. A big void in one artist’s replica raises concerns.
The judges are joined by a forensics expert as the artists tattoo exact replicas of fingerprints onto human canvases, being judged on their detail.
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.