Redemption is sweet for Lydia Bruno, whose new design gives her human canvas goosebumps.
After inking a big, bold, and badass Neptune tattoo on his human canvas, Lalo gets some long overdue and satisfying redemption.
Jesse Smith put so much of his own style into this tattoo that these parents don’t even recognize it as their son. Can the new school pro salvage his design?
There’s zero room for error as the artists start tattooing their canvases with forehead pieces. Anthony starts sweating bullets over his lettering while a confident Cleen inks away.
Chris, Oliver, and Dave have some brutally honest notes for the first batch of forehead designs.
The judges approve of James's feminine forehead tattoo; Cleen displays rare vulnerability.
With no stencils and no reference, Jesse Smith and Anthony Michaels face off, freehanding their designs onto human canvases.
Steady hands and ingenuity are the words of the day when artists have three hours to ink the foreheads of random human canvases.
Anthony tries to redeem himself by freehanding a huge shoulder-to-shoulder American traditional eagle onto his canvas’s back, while Jesse showcases his tremendous creativity.
It’s down to the wire as Jesse and Anthony fight tooth and nail for their chance to stay in the competition with freehanded designs. Who will have a clear path to the finale?