The day of reckoning has come as the tattoo shops must face the much-dreaded pin up challenge. Tested on proportion, the artists must switch every 30 minutes during this elimination tattoo.
With Tommy Montoya as a guest judge this week and a renowned veteran artist stepping into the competition, things heat up quickly.
Instead of using tattoo machines to puncture skin, the artists are given drills to puncture wood in order to create elaborate designs. Precision is absolutely crucial this week.
The Flash Challenge critiques pour in as one veteran tattoo shop leaves the judges unmoved while another has Tommy Montoya praising its clever use of a light source.
Pinz & Needlez definitely gave the big dogs in the competition a run for their money, but once everyone had to face the dread pin-up challenge, it was them who got sent home.
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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