"Make America's Bars Great Again".
Dave was put in a tough position facing off against Nate Beaver’s and challenged with inking his specialty. In the end, his tattoo couldn’t stand up to Nate’s flawless work.
It’s rare that an artist leaves the competition on a high note – and that’s just what happened to John Collins when he went up against Sirvone in a face off tattoo challenge.
Miami Burgess gave this girl a tattoo of a skull with...an interesting part of the human body embedded into its chin. Alright, maybe not exactly a masterpiece.
Bad placement, bad design, bad application - can this tattoo even be salvaged by poor Frank? Let's hope so for his canvas's sake!
Before Julia inked this fellow, she told him it was going to be the best tattoo on his body - and boy did she deliver.
Not only did Julia redeem herself in the eyes of her canvas – but she got told that she was better than Cleen Rock One. Now that’s damn impressive!
The artists are shocked to hear to hear that they must use hot wires to burn designs of underwater marine life onto delicate canvases – with only five hours on the clock.
Frustration builds up as the artists burn their fingers trying to sear in solid lines in their underwater marine life designs. Nikki’s patience with the challenge starts to wear thin.
Texture is the name of the game as a double elimination is at stake. The ladies feel confident Dave has no chance against Nate Beavers and better pack his bags. The judges make early predictions.